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ablative absolute accusative singular adding adjectives adverbs Aedui Ariovistus army atque c.F. ending Caesar camp cap(i castra centurion changed Chap chief cloth compounds consonant consul copias crude form ends dative denotes dependent sentence deponent verbs derived Edition Electric Telegraph enemy English erat Eule Exercise exercitus expressed F. W. Newman Fcap fear fortified frequently Gallia Gaul gender genitive gerund Greek Helvetii hence horse-soldiers hostium infinitive inflections language Latin Latin language legatos legion Lesson loco masculine means multo neque neuter nominative and accusative nouns omnes out-of passive past imperfect perfect crude form perfect participle perfect tenses plural praetor prepositions present principal verb prisoners pronoun quae quaestor quam quod quum river Roman sailor Sequani ships signification sing slave soldiers subj subjunctive substantives Suevi suffix sunt syllable terminations third person town translated University College Vide Grammar vide Rule Vocabularies vowel words
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