Ablative Accidence Accusative Active added Adjectives Adverbs agrees belong Cæsar called Clauses common Comparative compounds Conjugation Conjunctions consists Dative Declension declined derived English expressed feminine Future gender Genitive Gerunds give govern Grammar Greek Imperfect Impersonal Indicative INDICATIVE MOOD Infinitive Interrogative introduce kinds Latin letter lines loved masculine master meaning mihi Mood names Neuter Nominative NOTE Nouns Object Participle Passive Past Perfect Person Plural poets Possessive Predicate Prepositions Present Pronouns quæ quam question quid Quis quod quum rare regunt Relative rules Second sentence short simple Sing Singular sometimes speak Subject Subjunctive Substantive sunt Supine syllable Syntax Tenses things Third thou tive Transitive usually Verba Verbs virtue Voice vowel words write
Page 177 - The man that hath no music in himself, Nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, Is fit for treasons, stratagems and spoils; The motions of his spirit are dull as night And his affections dark as Erebus: Let no such man be trusted.
Page 161 - That the first person is more worthy than the second, and the second more worthy than the third ; as, zEgo et btu csumus in tuto.
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Page 286 - Ariovistum legatos mitteret, qui ab eo postularent, uti aliquem locum medium utriusque colloquio diceret : velle sese de republica et summis utriusque rebus cum eo agere. Ei legationi Ariovistus respondit : ' Si quid ipsi a Caesare opus esset, sese ad eum venturum fuisse ; si quid ille a se velit, illum ad se venire oportere.
Page 181 - Antecedent. — The Relative agrees with, its Antecedent in Gender, Number, and Person : as, Ego, gul te confirmo, ipse me non possum, / who am encouraging you, cannot (encourage) myself.
Page 35 - Most adjectives of three terminations are declined in the masculine and neuter genders, like substantives of the second declension, and in the feminine like substantives of the first declension ; as, bonus, good ; tener, tender; dter, black.