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Ablative Accusative Active Caes Caesar Conditional Conjugation Dative Declension Delos English Fourth Future Genitive Greek Hannibal Imperative Imperfect Indicative Indirect Infinitive Italy Latin Locative Nominative Note Observe Participle Passive Perfect Plautus Pluperfect Predicate Pres Present Stem Principal Parts Pronouns Result Romulus Rule Subjunctive action admit adverbs becomes best called case cases classical clauses common compounds consonant construction consul declined denote denoting direct object early endings especially examples expressed feminine final first following follows foot form formed forms found general generally good great heard long love loved made make masculine meaning means names neuter noun nouns and adjectives occurs originally person place plural poetry poets preposition prose quantity regular regularly relative ruber same second sense sentences short simple singular sometimes used special stems subject subordinate suffix suffixes syllable take takes tenses things third three time tusc usually verb verbal verbs vowel wish word words
Page 379 - This is the forest primeval; but where are the hearts that beneath it Leaped like the roe, when he hears in the woodland the voice of the huntsman?
Page iii - ... and explain them. 2. Designed at once as a text-book for the class-room, and a book of reference in study, it aims to introduce the beginner easily and pleasantly to the first principles of the language, and yet to make adequate provision for the wants of the more advanced student.
Page 376 - A line consisting of one foot is called manometer ; of two, dimeter ; of three, trimeter ; of four, tetrameter ; of five, pentameter; of six, hexameter; of seven, heptameter.
Page 81 - PERFECT. 1. fuerim, / may have been. fueris, thou mayst have been. fuerit, he may have been. fuerimus, we may have been. fueritis, you may have been. fuerint, they may have been.
Page 195 - DURATION OF TIME and EXTENT OF SPACE are expressed by the Accusative : Romulus septem et triginta regnavit annos, Romulus reigned thirtyseven YEARS.
Page iii - By brevity and conciseness in the choice of phraseology and compactness in the arrangement of forms and topics, the author has endeavored to compress within the limits of a convenient manual an amount of carefully. selected grammatical facts, which would otherwise fill a much larger volume. 4. He has, moreover, endeavored to present the whole subject in the light of modern scholarship. Without encumbering...
Page 204 - DATIVE WITH COMPOUNDS. — The Dative is used with many verbs compounded with — ad, ante, con, de, in, inter, ob, post, prae, pro, sub, super: Adsum amicls, I am present WITH MY FRIENDS.
Page 95 - Perf. audlvisae, to have heard. Fut. auditurus esse, to be about to hear. GERUND. Gen. audiendi, of hearing, Dat. audiendo, for hearing, Ace. audiendum, hearing, Abl. audiendo, by hearing.
Page 108 - Perf. amaturus ful, / have been (was) about to love. Plup. amaturus fueram, / had been about to love. SUBJUNCTIVE. Pres. amaturus sim, / may be about to love.