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Ablative Adjectives Adverbs commonly Compounds Conjugation Consonant Dactyl Dative decimus declined denotes ére eris Excefit Fautum fect Feminine formed fuisse Gender Genitive Gerund govern a Dative govern a Genitive govern an Accusative Greek Nouns hath idem Idus Imperative IMPERATIVE MOOD Impersonal Impersonal Verbs INDICATIVE MOOD Infinitive Mood joined JVote Latin lative licet literas loved Masculine mihi millia Neut Neuter Nominative Nonas Number Participle Passive Person Plur Plural Preposition Present Tense PRETER Preterperfect Tense Pridie Pronouns Puer Pugnatum quĉ quam quis quod R U L E rejoice Rules second Declension Sedile Sedili Sentence Sestertii short signify Sing Singular sometimes Spondee Subjunctive SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD Substantive sunt Supine suus Syllable tbat Letters Thing third Declension thou tibi tive Trochee Tytheos Ventum Verbs Verse vidi Vocative Vowel Words Wote write
Page 138 - ADVERB. An Adverb is an indeclinable Part of Speech, added to a Verb, Adjective, or other Adverb, to express some Circumstance, Quality, or Manner of their Signification. All Adverbs may be divided into two Classes, namely, those which denote Circumstance ; and those which denote Quality, Manner,
Page 127 - millia two Millions, &c. 2, The Ordinal Numbers are, primus, first ; secundus, second, &c. declined like bonus. 3. The Distributive are, singuli, one by one ; bini, two by two, &C. declined like the Plural of bonus. The following Table contains a list of the Ordinal and Distributive numbers, together with the Numeral Adverbs,
Page 2 - NEW AMERICAN LATIN GRAMMAR: OR, A COMPLETE INTRODUCTION TO THE LATIN TONGUE. FORMED FROM THE MOST APPROVED WRITINGS IN THIS KIND By the late Presidents, BURR, FINLEY,. AND OTHERS : ğAnd now carefully revised and reformed by a great Variety of Amendments, Corrections, and useful Remarks, most of which are entirely new, with the Definitions of
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Page 127 - In the same Manner with duo, decline ambo, both. All the Cardinal Numbers from quatuor to centum, including them both, are indeclinable ; and from centum to mille, are declined like the Plural of bonus ; thus ducenti,
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Page 125 - Although Latin Nouns be said to have six cases, yet none of them have that Number of different Terminations, both in the Singular and Plural.