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" When we speak of any precise time, it is put in the ablative ; but when continuance of time is expressed, it is put, for the most part, in the accusative. OBS. "
Institutes of Latin Grammar - Page 256
by John Grant - 1823 - 497 pages
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The Rudiments of Latin and English Grammar: Designed to Facilitate the Study ...

Alexander Adam - English language - 1812 - 302 pages
...ablative ; as, Venit Aord tertia. He came at three o'clock. f When the question is made by Qyamdiu ? How long ? time is put in the accusative or ablative, but oftener in the accusative; as, Mansit fiaucos dies, He staid a few days. Sex mendbus abfuit, He was away six months. * Or thus, Time when...
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A Short, Plain, Comprehensive, Practical Latin Grammar, Comprising All the ...

James Ross - Latin language - 1818 - 184 pages
...the dawning of the day. JEsop. RULE 64. But the time, answering to the question QUAMDIU? HOW LONG? is put in the Accusative, or Ablative, but oftener in the Accusative ; as, Mans'ķt triduum Romae, he staid three days at Rome. Abfult sex mensļbus, he was absent six months....
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Adam's Latin Grammar: Simplified ...

Alexander Adam, Allen Fisk - Latin language - 1822 - 190 pages
...ablative ; as, Venit hard, lerlid, He came at three o'clock. *i\ When the question is made by Quamdiu ? How long ? time is put in the accusative or ablative,...accusative ; as, Mansit paucos dies, He staid a few days. Sea; menribut abfuit, He was away six months. * Or thus, Time when is put in the ablative ; time hoio...
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An improved Latin grammar, extracted chiefly from Macgowan's 'First lessons ...

James Macgowan - 1825
...The time during which any thing continues, is put in the accusative, and sometimes in the ablative; as, Mansit paucos dies, He staid a few days. Sex mensibus abfuit, He was absent six montht. Not* 1. — All the circumstances of time are often expressed by prepositions ; as, Per decem...
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Adam's Latin Grammar: Simplified, by Means of an Introduction: Designed to ...

Alexander Adam, Allen Fisk - Latin language - 1827 - 206 pages
...ablative ; as, Venit hora tertiā, He came at three o'clock. fl When the question is made by Quamdiu ? How long? time is put in the accusative or ablative,...Mansit paucos dies, He staid a few days. Sex mensibus alifiiil, He was away six month«. * Or thus, Time when is put in the ablative ; time how long is put...
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Adam's Latin Grammar: Simplified, by Means of an Introduction: Designed to ...

Alexander Adam - Latin language - 1827 - 206 pages
...ablative ; as, Venu hora tertiä, He came at three o'clock. fl When the question is made by Quamdiu? How long? time is put in the accusative or ablative, but oftener in the accusative ; as, Mansil paucos dies, He staid a few days. NIIJC mensibus abfuit, He was away six months. * Or thus,...
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Mair's Introduction to Latin Syntax

John Mair - Latin language - 1828 - 248 pages
...put for to tempore, isthac attate, hoc aetate, ilia lata. * 62. When the question is made by QUAMDIU? How long ? time is put in the accusative or ablative, but oftener in the accusative. Ennius lived seventy years. Annas septuaginta vixit Ennius. Pluto's gate is open night and Nodes alque...
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Ruddiman's Rudiments of the Latin language, with alterations and an appendix

Thomas Ruddiman - 1828
...o-clock. '•»• • ...... : -,i. ,, RULE LXIV. . H ,^l-., .. ,, Nouns denoting Continuance of Time are put in the Accusative, or Ablative, but oftener in the Accusative : as, ; ' -'-f-Mansit paucos dies, he staid a few-days, , Sex mensibns abfuit, he was absent six months....
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A Short, Plain, Comprehensive, Practical Latin Grammar, Comprising All the ...

James Ross - Latin language - 1829 - 184 pages
...maids to rise at the dawning of the day. .33sop. RULE 64. When the question is made by QU AMDIU? HO W LONG ? time is put in the Accusative, or Ablative, but oftener in the Accusative ; as, Mansit triduum Romae, he staid three days at Rome. Abfuit sex mensibus, he was absent six months. The continuance...
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Adam's Latin Grammar: With Some Improvements and the Following Additions ...

Alexander Adam - Latin grammar - 1829 - 299 pages
...Time when is put in the ablative ; as, Vcnit hora tertiāf He came at three o'clock. IT Time how long is put in the accusative or ablative, but oftener in the accusative ; as, Mansit paueos dies, He staīd a few days. Sex mensļbus ahfuit, He was away six months. Obs. 1. When we speak...
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