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ablative accusative active added adding adjectives after answer Balbus boys break Caius case Christiani city conjugations conquered construed Cornelius Nepos country dative death declension defend defended Edition endings English English Notes Exercise fear feminine First Latin Book followed following follows formed fourth Future Gender generally genitive given going good govern governing great greatest Greek Greek language have head Hence Henry's First Latin Hippopotamus imperative Imperf imperfect indicative Infin infinitive learn Lesson letter little masculine master meaning means Mood must neut neuter never nominative note noun nouns participle in dus Passive perf person pluperfect plur plural preposition pres present price Pronouns pupil questions rules same second sentence Servus short sing slave sometimes stands subj subjunctive substantive supine table take tenses terminations they thing third persons time translated used verb verbs viridis virtue Vocabulary voice vowel word words Work write writing written
Page 155 - Henry's First Latin Book" is used, a want of additional Exercises has been felt. This it is now intended to supply by a little book merely supplementary, containing no new rules, and but few new words. The sentences are either modifications of those in...
Page 157 - Edition. 8vo. 8s. This Work, which is on the same principles as Part I., but intended for more advanced pupils, explains more particularly the arrangement of words in a Latin sentence, and the nice distinctions which exist between the different adverbs and conjunctions : in illustration copious extracts are given from the best Prose authors : the sentences for translation are of considerable length : a Vocabulary, giving many English phrases idiomatically expressed in Latin, and an Antibarbarus guard...