Henry's First Latin Book

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Rivingtons & Simpkin, Marshall & Company, 1871 - Latin language - 168 pages
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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...
Page 156 - A First Verse Book, Part I. ; intended as an easy Introduction to the Latin Hexameter and Pentameter. Eighth Edition.

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