Bradley's Arnold Latin Prose Composition
Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 2006 - Foreign Language Study - 450 pages
A newly revised and typeset edition of one of the most popular textbooks used for review of grammar and for writing Latin composition. The main justification for composing Latin prose is that it is an invaluable means of acquiring a real mastery of the language. Progress is made as the language is used as a medium of expression. This book is appropriate for those who already have a basic command of the Latin language.
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ablative ablative absolute accusative adjective adverb apodosis army battle Caesar Cicero clause introduced command consecutive result construction dative denote direct object dīxit enemy English Exercise expressed facere fació father fear final purpose fuit future genitive gerundive habeó haec honour impersonal indicative infinitive Intr intrans Latin main sentence meaning mihi nēmō nescio neuter never nihil nōn Note 2.—The oblīqua indirect discourse ónis ōrātiō oblīqua indirect ōrātiō rēcta direct participle passive past i.e. perfect periphrasis person phrases pluperfect Pompey praised predicative preposition present prō pronoun protasis quae quam quī quī-clause quid quīn quis quisque quō quod rēcta direct discourse relative clause rēs Romans Rome senate sense soldiers sometimes subjunctive subordinate clause sunt superl tantō tatis tense thing tibi tive transitive verb translated verb of saying words