Elements of Latin

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Ginn, 1921 - Latin language - 425 pages
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Contents

Principal Parts Verb Stems The Perfect Stem The Endings of the Perfect
106
The Perfect Past Perfect and Future Perfect Indicative of sum Dialogue
108
Use and Inflection of the Perfect Indicative Active
110
Curio Dentato
112
Principal Parts of Verbs De Curio Dentato Con cluded
113
Past Perfect Indicative Principal Parts Continued
115
Future Perfect Indicative and Perfect Infinitive Active Principal Parts Concluded
117
Review of the Active Voice
119
Word Formation Galll Romam Oppugnant
121
The Past Participle The Passive Perfects
124
The Perfect Infinitive Passive and the Future Infinitive Active Prepositions
127
The Conjugation of possum De Mucio Scaevola
129
The Infinitive Used as in English
131
Word Formation De Mucio Scaevola Concluded
134
Sentences and Clauses Relative Pronouns
137
Interrogative Pronouns and Adjectives The Ablative Absolute
140
SECOND HALF YEAR
143
The Third Declension Consonant Stems Masculines and Feminines
144
The Third Declension Consonant Stems Neuters Dialogue
146
Reading Lesson Romulus et Remus
148
The Third Declension Stems Masculines and Feminines R6ma nl et Sabini
149
The Third DeclensionStems Neuters
152
LESSON PAGE LXIII Reading Lesson Orpheus et Eurydice
157
Word Formation
158
Adjectives of the Third Declension Three Endings
160
Adjectives of the Third Declension Two Endings
162
Adjectives of the Third Declension One Ending
163
Midas the King of the Golden Touch
164
Regular Comparison of Adjectives The Comparative with quam
165
Declension of Comparatives The Ablative of the Measure of Difference
167
Irregular Comparison of Adjectives The Declension of plus
169
Formation and Comparison of Adverbs
171
Formation and Comparison of Adverbs Concluded Dialogue
173
The Third Declension Irregular Nouns De Bruto Primo Consule 154
174
The Fourth Declension
175
Expressions of Place
177
The Fifth Declension The Ablative of Time
179
The Accusative of Duration of Time or Extent of Space Caesar in Gaul
200
The Ablative of Respect The Genitive with Ad jectives
202
Deponent Verbs The Genitive or Ablative of De scription Caesar and the Helvetians
204
Participles
206
Word Formation
209
The Subjunctive Mood Present Subjunctive of the First and Second Conjugations The Indicative and Subjunctive Compared
211
The Present Subjunctive of the Third and Fourth Conjugations The Subjunctive of Purpose
215
Past Subjunctive of the First and Second Conjuga tions Sequence of Tenses
216
Past Subjunctive of the Third and Fourth Conjuga tions Noun Clauses of Purpose
219
Subjunctive of sum and possum
222
Perfect and Past Perfect Subjunctive of vocd moned regd and audio Hero et Leander
224
The Subjunctive of Result Hero et Leander Concluded
226
The Dative with Compounds
229
Word Formation
231
The Irregular Verbs void nolo maid
233
Vocabulary Review Constructions with cum
235
Vocabulary Review The Irregular Verb ed
237
Vocabulary Review Indirect Statements
238
Vocabulary Review The Irregular Verb ferd
242
Vocabulary Review Indirect Questions
243
Vocabulary Review The Irregular Verb fid
246
Vocabulary Review Predicate Accusative Dative of Purpose
247
Vocabulary Review The Gerund and Gerundive
249
Vocabulary Review Review of Agreement and of the Genitive and Dative
252
Vocabulary Review Review of the Accusative and Ablative
254
Vocabulary Review Review of the Gerund and Ge rundive the Infinitive and the Subjunctive
256
Vocabulary Review Review of Word Formation
257
A The Subjunctive of Characteristic or Description
259
SELECTIONS FOR SIGHT READING
273
LATIN PLAY PERSEUS AND ANDROMEDA
279
LATIN SONGS
294
SUMMARY OF RULES OF SYNTAX
321
WORD LISTS FOR FIRST AND SECOND HALF YEARS
357
DERIVATION NOTEBOOK SPECIMEN PAGE
382
ENGLISHLATIN VOCABULARY 23
23
INDEX 37
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Page 278 - Pater noster, qui es in coelis; sanctificetur nomen tuum. Adveniat regnum tuum. Fiat voluntas tua, sicut in coelo et in terra. Panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie. Et dimitte nobis debita nostra, sicut et nos dimittimus debitoribus nostris. Et ne nos inducas in tentationem R. Sed libera nos a malo. Amen.
Page 383 - AD (Anno Domini.) In the year of our Lord. Ad lib (Ad libitum.) At pleasure.
Page 337 - Nom. hie haec hoc hi hae haec Gen. huius huius huius horum harum horum Dat. huic huic huic his his his Ace. hunc hanc hoc hos has haec Abl. hoc hac hoc ' his his his iste, this, that (of yours), he Nom.
Page 169 - LESSON LV IRREGULAR COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES (Continued) 311. Some adjectives in English have irregular comparison, as good, better, best ; many, more, most. So Latin comparison presents some irregularities. Among the adjectives that are compared irregularly are POSITIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE bonus, -a, -um, good melior, melius optimus, -a, -um magnus, -a, -um, great maior...
Page 8 - The last syllable of a word is called the ultima ; the next to the last, the penult; the one before the penult, the antepenult.
Page 278 - Intrate per angustam portam, quia lata porta et spatiosa via est quae ducit ad perditionem, et multi sunt qui intrant per eam. Quam angusta porta et arcta via est quae ducit ad vitam, et pauci sunt qui inveniunt eam!
Page 108 - Perfect fuero I shall have been fuerimus we shall have been fueris you will have been fueritis you will have been fuerit he will have been fuerint they will have been 306.
Page 165 - There are three degrees of comparison ; the positive, the comparative, and the superlative.
Page 352 - Pluperfect fueram, / had been fueramus, we had been fueras, you had been fueratis, you had been fuerat, he had been fuerant, they had been Future Perfect fuero, / shall have been fuerimus, we shall have been fueris...
Page 189 - Nom. ipse ipsa ipsum ipsi ipsao ipsa Gen. ipsius ipsius ipsius ipsorum ipsarum ipsorum. Dat. ipsi ipsi ipsi ipsis ipsis ipsis Ace. ipsum ipsam ipsum ipsos ipsas ipsa AW.

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