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Cicero English Greek Imperative Indicative Indirect Discourse Infinitive Latin Note Pluperfect Plur Protasis Remark Sing Supine Tusc Verr ablative accusative action active added adjectives adverbs apodosis called case cases clause common comparative compare compounds conjugation consonant construction consul dative declension denoting early ending especially expressed feet feminine final first followed following follows form formed forms found fourth future gender general generally genitive gerund given hence imperfect inflection language less long masculine meaning names neuter nominative noun nouns object original originally participle particles passive past perfect person phrase place plural poetry poets predicate prepositions present stem pronouns purpose questions rarely regular regularly relative result root same second sentence sestertius short simple singular sometimes stems subject subjunctive suffix syllable take takes tenses thing third time tive used to denote usually verb verbs verse vocative voice vowel wish word words
Page 218 - HIGH on a throne of royal state, which far Outshone the wealth of Ormus and of Ind, Or where the gorgeous East with richest hand Showers on her kings barbaric pearl and gold, Satan exalted sat...
Page 6 - Mas, porque más buenamente sepáys cada qual por sí, todas os las pongo aquí, 35 por este modo siguiente: a, b, c, d, e, f , g, h, i, k, 1, m, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, v, u, x, y, z.
Page 160 - Ceterum facies totius negoti varia, incerta, foeda atque miserabilis; dispersi a suis pars cedere, alii insequi, neque signa neque ordines observare ; ubi quemque periculum ceperat, ibi resistere ac propulsare; arma tela, equi viri, hostes cives permixti; nihil consilio neque imperio agi, fors omnia regere.
Page 170 - A complete conditional sentence consists of two clauses, the Protasis and the Apodosis. The clause containing the condition is called the PROTASIS ; the clause containing the conclusion is called the APODOSIS : as, — si qui exire volunt [PROTASIS], conivere possum [APODOSIS] (Cat. ii. 12), if any wish to depart, I can keep my eyes shut.
Page 150 - Accusative : — ad, adversus, adveisum, ante, apud, circa, or circum, circiter, cis, citra, contra, erga, extra, infra, inter, intra, juxta, ob, penes, per, pone, post, praeter, prope, propter, secundum, supra, trans, ultra, versus.
Page 45 - CARDINAL. 1. unus, una, unum, one. 2. duo, duae, duo, two. 3. tres, tria, three, £r*c. 4. quattuor 5. quinque 6. sex 7. septem 8. octo 9. novem 10. decem 11. undecim 12. duodecim 13. tredecim 14. quattuordecim 15. quindecim 16. sedecim 17. septendecim 1 8.
Page 162 - Verr. vi. 35), the news is brought to Syracuse ; they run to headquarters ; Cleomenes, though it was night, does not venture to lie abroad ; he shuts himself up at home.
Page 167 - Thorius was so little superstitious that he despised [contemnebat] the many sacrifices and shrines in his country ; so little timorous about death that he was killed [interfectus est] in battle, in defence of the state.