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Ablative Accusative adjectives advised Aedui āre Ariovistus arms army ātus autem āvī base BEGIN Belgae brave Caesar Caesarem called camp castra comparative CONJUGATION copiae Dative Declension denote endings enemy English erant erat Examine the following EXERCISES express fear fields finēs flūmen forces FUTURE PERFECT Gaul Gerund give given grain hastened hostēs hostium IMPERFECT Indicative Inflect inter Italy iter itus Latin lead Learn LIST Masc meaning mīlitēs Neut neuter Nominative Note noun Observe oppida oppidum oris passive Perfect person PLUPERFECT PLUR PLURAL prep Present pronoun quae quam quod READING LESSON REVIEW river Roman Root RULE says SING singular soldiers stem Subjunctive sunt tense third town verbs VOCABULARY vowel
Page 56 - COURSE 1, unus, -a, -um 2, duo, -ae, -o 3, tres, tria 4, quattuor 5, quinque 6, sex 7, septem 8, octo 9, novem 10, decem 11, undecim 12, duodecim 13, tredecim 14, quattuordecim 15, quindecim 1 6, sedecim 17, septendecim 1 8, duodeviginti 19, undeviginti 20, viginti 22, viginti duo, etc.
Page 12 - Words of more than two syllables are accented on the penult if it is long, otherwise on the antepenult; as dlvT sa, appel' 16, in
Page 59 - F. N. qui cuius cul quern quo quae cuius cul quam qua quod cuius cul quod quo qui quorum quibus quos quibus quae quarum quibus quas quibus quae quorum quibus quae quibus antecedent (= the word in the governing clause to which it relates) (§ 367-69). 65. Translation. The relative pronoun can be translated 'who', 'whom', 'whose', 'which', or 'that'.
Page 242 - Duration of Time and Extent of Space are expressed by the Accusative (§§ 424.
Page 121 - Many verbs compounded with ad, ante, con, in, inter, ob, post, prae, pro, sub, super, and some with circum, admit the Dative of the indirect object (§ 370).