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Page 154 - When the subject of the Infinitive is the same as the subject of the leading verb, the subject of the Infinitive is not necessarily expressed : *Nl parere veils pereundum erit ante lucernas.
Page 149 - RULE 1l.—When two substantives refer to the same person or thing, they are put in the same case by Apposition : as, Romulus, rex Romanorum, IJomulus, king of the Romans.
Page 10 - A, um, are declined in the Masculine and Neuter like Substantives of the Second Declension, and in the Feminine like Substantives of the First Declension: as bonus, bonS, bonum, good; niger, nigrS, nigrum, black ; tener, tenerS, tenerum, tender.
Page 149 - Case denotes the SUBJECT. A Verb agrees with its Nominative case in number and person : as, puella currit, the girl runs ; puellae currunt, the girls run.
Page 149 - Concord. § 2. An Adjective agrees with its Noun in Gender, Number, and Case: as, servus timidus, a timid slave; puella timida, a timid girl ; parvum oppidum, a small town.
Page 77 - The Second Aorist is formed from the Imperfect by dropping the reduplication; as еTÍOT/v, lOTjv.
Page 77 - Verbs compounded with a Preposition have the Augment between the Preposition and the Verb : as, tlcr-<t>ep-u>, I carry to, Imperf.