A Latin Primer: Introductory to Gildersleeve's Latin Series

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University Publishing Company, 1875 - Latin language - 191 pages
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Page 134 - II. 3 III. 4 IV. 5 V. 6 VI. 7 VII. 8 VIII. 9 IX. 10 X. 11 XI. 12 XII. 13 XIII. 14 XIV. 15 XV. 16 XVI. 17 XVII. 18 XVIII. 19 XIX. 20 xx. 21 XXI. 22 XXII. 23 XXIII. 24 XXIV. 25 XXV.
Page 134 - ... alter) tertius quartus quintus sextus Septimus octavus nonus decimus undecimus duodecimus tertius decimus quartus decimus quintus decimus sextus decimus Septimus decimus duodevicesimus undevicesimus vicesimus...
Page 137 - Adverbs. 1 semel, once. 2 bis, twice. 3 ter 4 quater 5 quinquies, quinquiens 6 sexies 7 septies 8 octies 9 novies 10 decies 11 undecies 12 duodecies 13 ter decies...
Page 6 - ALPHABET 1. The Latin alphabet is the same as the English except that it has no j or w.
Page 167 - Some verbs of asking and teaching may take two Accusatives, one of the Person, and the other of the Thing ( 396).
Page 159 - Roges me quid aut quale sit deus, auctore utar Simonide, de quo cum quaesivisset hoc idem tyrannus Hiero, deliberandi sibi unum diem postulavit ; cum idem ex eo postridie quaereret, biduum petivit ; cum saepius duplicaret numerum dierum admiransque Hiero requireret cur ita faceret, ' Quia quanto diutius considero,' inquit, ' tanto mihi res videtur obscurior.
Page 137 - ... 30. tricies. 40. quadragies. 50. quinquagies. 60. sexagies. 70. septuagies. 80. octogies. 90. nonagies. 100 centies. 200. ducenties. 300. trecenties. 400. quadringenties. 500. quingenties. 600. sexcenties. 700. septingenties. 800. octingenties. 900. noningenties or BOK
Page 163 - Neque multo post ad eandem specum venit hie leo, debili uno et cruento pede, gemitus edens et murmura dolorem cruciatumque vulneris commiserantia : atque illic primo quidem conspectu advenientis leonis territum sibi et pavefactum animum dixit.
Page 151 - ... visum esse rogare, ut, quoniam sibi vivo non subvenisset, mortem suam ne inultam esse pateretur : se interfectum in plaustrum a caupone esse conjectum, et supra stercus injectum ; petere, ut mane ad portam adesset, priusquam plaustrum ex oppido exiret.
Page 4 - Maximum of Forms, Minimum of Syntax, Early Contact with the Language in Mass...

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