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A Latin Grammar, Compiled from the Roman Classics and Adapted to Teaching by ...
Daniel Bamfield Hickie
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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
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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