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Accusative Adjectives āre āri arranged asked ātis ätum ävi battle beginning Caesar called Cicero citizens clause commander conj conquered construction consul čre desire emphatic enemy English ère especially EXERCISE expressed father fear follow force friends fuit Genitive Gerundive give glory GRAMMAR Greek happy impers Infinitive inis Italy itum king Latin Latin idiom laws learning LESSON letter live means mind MODEL MODEL III noun object omitted one's onis opinion orator oris person philosophers Plato possessive praised Predicate prep present Pronouns quae quid quod reference regard relates Relative REMARKS rendered republic result Roman Rome Rule School Second sense sentence sometimes speak stand Subjunctive sunt SYNONYMES things verb VIII virtue VOCABULARY wisdom wise wish write
Seite 286 - BOOK. Containing the substance of the Practical Introduction to Greek Construing, and a Treatise on the Greek Particles; also, copious selections from Greek Authors, with Critical and Explanatory English Notes, and a Lexicon. 12mo, 618 pages. A complete, thorough, practical and easy Greek course is here presented. The beginner commences with the
Seite 282 - He is also exercised in forming new Latin sentences on given models. This, while it gives variety and interest to what would otherwise be in the highest degree monotonous, completely fixes in the mind the subject of the lesson, both by analysis and synthesis. The careful study of this volume, on the plan recommended by the author, will greatly facilitate the pupil's progress in the higher departments of the language.
Seite 282 - It comprises a complete analytical syntax, exhibiting the essential structure of the Latin language, from its simplest to its most expanded and elaborate form. The arrangement of the lessons is decidedly philosophical, gradually progressive, and in strict accordance with the lajv of development of the human mind.
Seite 282 - The present volume appears to me to carry out excellently the system on which, the late lamented Arnold based his educational works; and in the Selections for...