LatinŠ grammaticŠ rudimenta; or An introduction to the Latin tongue [a tr. of W. Lily's Grammar, with additions].

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Page ix - CARDINAL. 1. unus, una, unum, one. 2. duo, duae, duo, two. 3. tres, tria, three, úr*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.
Page 68 - L. A gentleman of fortune will be often complaining of taxes ; that his estate is inconsiderable ; that he can never make so much of it as the world is ready to imagine. A mere citizen, on the other hand, is always aiming to...
Page 15 - Mon-ebam, / did advise, or, was advising. mon-ebas, thou didst advise, or, wast advising. mon-ebat, he did advise, or, was advising. Plur. Mon-ebamus, We did advise, or, were advising. mon-ebatis, ye did advise, or, were advising. mon-ebant, they did advise, or, were advising. 3.
Page 67 - THE THREE CONCORDS EXPLAINED. THERE are three Concords, or Agreements, in Latin : 1. Between the nominative case and the verb. 2. Between the substantive and the adjective. 3. Between the antecedent and the relative. THE FIRST CONCORD. A VERB agrees with its nominative case in number and person.
Page 18 - Rege-bam, / did rule, or, was ruling. rege-bas, thou didst rule, or, wast ruling. rege-bat, he did rule, or, was ruling. Plur. Rege-bamus, We did rule, or, were ruling. rege-batis, ye did rule, or, were ruling. rege'-bant, they did rule, or, were ruling. 3.
Page 4 - ... 1. The present tense speaketh of a thing present, or now doing; as, amo, I love, or, am loving. 2. The preterimperfect tense speaketh of a thing that was doing at some time past, but not ended; as, • amabam, I did love, or, was loving. 3. The preterperfect tense speaketh of a thing lately done; as, amdvi, I have loved.
Page 70 - English word that may be turned into who, or which, it is a relative ; otherwise it is a conjunction, expressed in Latin by qudd, or ut ; and in making Latin, the conjunction may be put away, by turning the nominative case to the verb into the accusative, and the verb into the infinitive mood : as, Gaudeo quod tu bent!
Page 20 - Regen-di, of ruling. regen-do, in ruling. regen-dum, to rule. SUPINES. Active. Passive. Rect-um. to rule. Rect-u, to be ruled. PARTICIPLES. Present Tense. Future in rus.
Page 32 - Rect-isimus, v. fuerimus, We should have been ruled. rect-i sitis, v. fueritis, ye should have been ruled. rect-i sint, v. fuerint, they should have been ruled. 4. Preterpluperfect Tense.

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