The 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 ...

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Peter A. Mesier, 1807 - Latin language - 140 pages
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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
Page 122 - Kal. 18° Kal. 17° Kal. 16° Kal. 15° Kal. 14° Kal. 13° Kal. 12° Kal. 11° Kal. 10° Kal. 9° Kal. 8° Kal. 7° Kal. 6° Kal. 5° Kal. 4° Kal. 3° Kal.
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,
Page 122 - Kal. 14° Kal. 13° Kal. 12° Kal. 11 ° Kal. 10° Kal. 9° Kal. 8° Kal. 7° Kal. 6° Kal. 5° Kal. 4° Kal. 3° Kal. Pridie Kal.
Page 122 - Kal. 13° Kal. 12° Kal. 1 1 ° Kal. 10° Kal. 9° Kal. 8° Kal. 7° Kal. 6° Kal. 5° Kal. 4° Kal. 3° Kal. Pridie Kal.
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.
Page 69 - One Substantive governs another Signifying a different Thing in the Genitive ; as, Amor Dei, The Love of God. Lex Naturae, The Law of Nature.

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