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Latin Syntax by Diagrams, with First Year Latin: Caesar's Gallic War, Book I ...
George W. Lewis
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accusative adjective adverb agrees arming atis atque atus sum back bear become belonging bring Caesar called carry CHAPTER clause close command comp Conjugation cover declined direct drive English erat expressed fall following form found Gallia Gaul Genitive gerund give hand Helvetians hold Indicative Infinitive inis inter INTRODUCTION Italy itus LATIN LATIN SYNTAX lead line little long look love meaning name neque noun object Observe one's onis order oris orum pass person place point praise predicate prep present pronoun quam quod Roman sentence sound stand subj subject Subst sunt take thing third three tribe turn verb write
Page 8 - The last syllable of a word is called the ultima. The next to the last syllable is called the penult. The one before the penult is called the antepenult.
Page 149 - citerions prövinciae extrëmum, in fines Vocontiörum ulteriöris prövinciae die séptimo pervenit; inde in Allobrogum fines, ab Allobrogibus in Segusiävös exercitum dücit.
Page 45 - Fifth Declension Nouns of the Fifth Declension end in "-es
Page 145 - nostram, multo facilius atque expeditius, propterea quod inter fines Helvetiorum et Allobrogum,
Page 179 - Caesar, quod proelium equestre adversum paucis ante diebus esset factum, initium ejus fugae factum
Page 154 - celeriter concilium dimittit, Liscum retinet. Quaerit ex solo ea. quae in conventu