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1st root ablative accusative action active adding adjectives advised Balbus Caesar Caius called changed Class completed Conj conjugation conquered death declension declined denote dependent dropped edition ending English example Exercises expressed father fear future gender genitive GERUND girl give Grammar Greek hear IMPERATIVE IMPERFECT indicative INDICATIVE MOOD infinitive Italy king Latin laugh laws LESSON letter loved masculine master means modified MOOD neuter nominative Notes nouns object Paradigm participle passive Perf perfect person play PLUPERFECT Plural praise predicate prep preposition Pres present Pronouns Puěr queen References Rome root RULE sentence sing Singular slave sometimes subjunctive substantive sunt tenses thing third thou translated verb VOCABULARY vowel write
Page 2 - QUANTITY. Syllables are, in quantity or length, either long, short, or common (ie sometimes long and sometimes short). 1. A syllable is long in quantity : 1) When it contains a diphthong, as the first syllable of ccedo. 2) When its vowel is followed by j, x, z, or any two consonants, except a mute followed by a liquid; as the second syllables of erexit and magister. 2. A syllable is short, when its vowel is followed by another vowel, or a diphthong, as the second syllable of indies. HEM.