First Latin Book: Remodelled and Rewritten, and Adapted to the Ollendorff Method of Instruction

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D. Appleton & Company, 1857 - Latin language - 302 pages
 

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Contents

Third Conjugation
14
Fourth Conjugation
16
Four Conjugations Plural Number
17
Nouns Nominative Case
19
Nominative Case continued
23
Vocative Case
24
Apposition Modified Subject
26
Genitive Case Modified Subject
27
Accusative Case Direct Object of Predicate
31
Accusativecontinued Adverbial Modifiers
34
Dative Case Indirect Object of Predicate
35
Ablative Case Modified Predicate
38
First Declension
40
Second Declension Nouns in ŭs and ům
43
Lesebo Pago XIX Second DeclensionNouns in ěr and ir
46
Adjectives of the First and Second Declension
47
First and Second Declensioncontinued
53
ITouns Third Declension Class I
55
Third Declension Class III
60
Indicative and Subjunctive Moods continued Verbs in ið of the Third Conjugation Demonstrative Pro nouns 127
61
Third Declension Class IV
63
Third Declension Genitives in iúm Gender
66
Third Declension Formation of Cases from each other
68
Adjectives Third Declension
71
Adjectives continued Nouns Fourth Declension
75
Nouns Fifth Declension
78
Five Declensions Greek Nouns Gender
81
Verbs Esse to be Predicate Esse with a Noun or an Adjective
85
Infinitive as Subject Genitive with Esse in the Pre
87
dicate
88
Terses for Completed Action First Second and Fourth Conjugations
90
Third Conjugation Class I Second Root the same as the First XXXVII Third Conjugation Class II Second Root formed by
93
adding s to the First
96
Third Conjugation Class II continued Second Root formed by adding s to the First
97
formed by adding s to the First
100
Formation of the Second Root First Irregularity Radical Vowel lengthened and often changed
103
Formation of the Second Root Second Irregularity Reduplication
105
Formation of the Second Root Third Irregularity Second Root after the analogy of other conjugations
107
Subjunctive Mood
110
Subjunctive Mood Purpose
113
Persons of Verbs Indicative Mood First Conjugation
115
Indicative Mood Four Conjugations Personal Pro nouns
119
Subjunctive Mood Four Conjugations
123
Indicative and Subjunctive Moods continued Inten
127
sive Pronoun
130
Indicative and Subjunctive Moods continued Relative and Interrogative Pronouns
132
rogative Particles
134
finite and Possessive Pronouns
136

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Page 2 - When it contains a diphthong, as the first syllable of cccdo. 2) When its vowel is followed by /, 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.
Page 270 - Ad, adversus (adversum), ante, apud, circa, circum, circiter, cis, citrS, contra, erga, extra, Infra, inter, intra, juxta, ob, penes, per, pone, post, praeter, prope, propter, secundum, supra, trans, ultra, versus : Ad urbem, to the city.
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Page 67 - Imago, an image; oratio, an oration ; aestas, summer ; turns, a tower ; laus, praise; hiems, winter; lex, a law; nubes (gen. nubis), a cloud. 8) Neuters. — Most nouns in a, e, i, y, c, I, n, t, ar, ur, and us, are neuter ; eg, mare, a sea ; poema, a poem ; lac, milk ; animal, an animal ; flumen, a river ; cdput, a head, &c.

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