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A Latin Grammar, Compiled from the Roman Classics and Adapted to Teaching by ...
Daniel Bamfield Hickie
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Accusative Active Adjectives Apul Cæs Cels changing classics Colum Compounds Conj čris Declension Diomed Epist et passim expressed Future Gell Gender Genitive Georg GERUNDS govern grow hæc Hence Idem impers INDICATIVE INDICATIVE Mood Infinitive Justin loved Lucr Masc Mood names Neut Neuter Nominative NOTE Nouns occur Ovid Participle pass passim Past-imperfect Perfect Perfect Participle Person Plant Plaut Plin Plur PLURAL Preposition Present Present-imperfect Prisc Priscian Propert Quintil Sall Second Senec sense signifying Sing SINGULAR sometimes Stat Substantive Sueton Supine Tacit Terent Theb thing third Thou Varr Verbs Verr viii Virg Vocative
Page 58 - of Adjectives expresses the quality in différent degrees ; as, Hard, harder, hardest. Those Adjectives only are compared whose signification admits the distinction of more and less. ^ The Degrees of comparison are three, the POSITIVE, COMPARATIVE, and SUPERLATIVE. The POSITIVE simply expresses the quality of
Page 235 - VIII. VII. VI. v. IV. III. Prid. Id. IDUS. XVIII. XVII. XVI. XV. XIV. XIII. XII. XI. X. IX. VIII. VII. VI. v. IV. III. Prid. Cal.
Page 185 - CONCORD is the agreement of one word with another in Gender, Number, Person, or Case. .' ¡GOVERNMENT is when one word requires
Page 235 - VIII. VII. VI. V. IV. III. Prid. Id. IDUS. XVII. XVI. XV. XIV. XIII. XII. XI. X. IX. VIII. VII. VI. v. IV. III. Prid. Cal.
Page 201 - has the Dative before it, governed by an Impersonal Verb, or any other word, it may have after it either the Dative or the
Page 211 - are elegantly turned into Participles in -DUS, which, like Adjectives, agree with their Substantives in Gender, Number, and Case ;* as,
Page 190 - If no Nominative come between the Relative and the Verb, the Relative will be the Nominative to the Verb;
Page 195 - Genitive Singular, and are of the same Gender with the individuals of which the collective noun is composed ; as, Vir fortisslmus