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The Twentieth Century Latin-Book for Regents' Schools, High Schools and ...
Alexis Eugene Senftner
No preview available - 2013
ACTIVE VOICE Aquitania Brutus Caesar Conjugation Consonant Stems Decline EXERCISES Equites Future Gaul Give the meaning Give the synopsis INFINITIVE Imperator Indicative Italy Latin PASSIVE VOICE Participles Perf Perfect Pres Present REVIEW Romans Rome State Subjunctive VOCABULARY ablative able adjectives aestas ambassador aries army atis atum back battle become borne bridge camp carry case children city conj consul dative declension dtis endings enemy eris fear first following verbs food forms friends gender general genitive good great hear heard help helped hiems horsemen hostes king large leader long love loved messenger milites noun nouns number and person oris place plur plural prep principal parts pronoun river rule of syntax ruled rules second see Art send ships singular slaves soldiers stem take taken tense third person thou hast thou wilt time town used verb warn warned willing women words
Page 23 - I shall have been, fuerimus, we shall have been, fueris, thou wilt have been, • fueritis, you will have been, fuerit, he will have been ; fuerint, they will have been.
Page 44 - FUTURE amator, thou shalt be loved amator, he shall be loved amantor, they shall be loved INFINITIVE PRES. ama're, to love ama'ri, to be loved PERF. amavis'se, to have loved ama'tus esse, to have been loved FUT. amatu'rus esse, to be about to [ama'tum iri, to be about to be love loved] PARTICIPLES PRES.
Page 44 - Imperative. PRESENT. amare, be thou loved. amamini, be ye loved. FUTURE. amator, thou shalt be loved. amator, he shall be loved. amantor, they shall be loved. Infinitive. PRES.
Page 34 - Many verbs compounded with ad, ante, con, in, inter, ob, post, prae, pro, sub, super, and some with circum, admit the Dative of the indirect object (§ 370).
Page 39 - A Relative pronoun agrees with its Antecedent in gender and number, but its case depends on the construction of the clause in which it stands (§ 198).
Page 23 - PLURAL. sumus, we are, estis, you are, sunt, they are. IMPERFECT. eramus, we were, eratis, you were, erant, they were. FUTURE. erimus, we shall be, eritis, you will be, emnt, they will be.
Page 122 - INFINITIVE. PRES. capere, to take. capi, to be taken. PERF. cepisse, to have taken. captus esse, to have been taken. FUT. capturus esse, to be captum In, to be about to be about to take.
Page 122 - TENSE. capi-to, thou shalt take. capi-tor, thou shalt be taken. capi-to, he shall take. capi-tor, he shall be taken. capi-tote, ye shall take.
Page 42 - ... loved. amabat, he loved. amabamus, we loved. amabatis, you loved. amabant, they loved. amabo, / shall love. amabis, you will love. amabit, he will love. amabimus, we shall love. amabitis, you will love. amabunt, they will love. amavi, / loved. amavisti, you loved. amavit, he loved. amavimus, we loved. amavistis,^0