Caesar's Invasion of Britain

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Macmillan and Company, 1892 - Latin language - 106 pages
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Page xviii - ... and find out its voice, mood, tense, number, and person. 2. Find the subject or subjects with which it agrees. Translate. 3. If the verb is incomplete, find the object or completion. Translate. 4. See if the subject is enlarged by any of the methods mentioned below ; if it is, translate, taking the enlargements with the subject. 5. See if the object is enlarged ; if it is, translate, taking the enlargements with the object. 6. Take the extensions of the predicate. Translate. 7. Translate finally,...
Page xviii - TRANSLATING. 1. Pick out the finite verb (the predicate) and find out its voice, mood, tense, number, and person. 2. Find the subject or subjects with which it agrees. Translate. 3. If the verb is incomplete, find the object or completion. Translate. 4. See if the subject is enlarged by any of the methods mentioned below ; if it is, translate, taking the enlargements with the subject. 5. See if the object is enlarged ; if it is, translate, taking the enlargements with the object. 6. Take the extensions...
Page xix - The subject may be enlarged by 1. An adjective or participle. 2. A noun in apposition. 3. A noun in the genitive case. 4. A relative clause. 5. A participial phrase. The object or completion may consist of a phrase, or of any of the parts of speech which can form a subject. The object may be enlarged in the same way as the subject. The predicate may be extended by 1. Adverb. 2. Ablative case. •3. Preposition and its case. 4. Adverbial sentence. RULES OP AGRKKMEST.

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