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Accusative action Active Adjectives Adverbs advised agrees atque becomes called changed Character comes Comparative Compounds Conjug Conjunctions Consonant construction Dative Declension derived etiam examples express Future Genitive Gerunds govern Greek Iambus Indicative Indicative Mood Infinitive inter Latin letters loved means mihi Mood names Neuter nihil nisi Nominative Note Nouns Number Object Participle Particles Passive person Plur Plural poetry poets Predicate Preposition Pres Present Preterp Preterperfect principal Pronouns quĉ quàm quid quis quod quum relation Relative Root Rule sense sentence short Sing Singular sometimes stands stem Subject Subjunctive subordinate Substantives sunt Supine syllable Tense thing Third thou tibi usually Verba Verbs verse Voice vowel write
Page 14 - Diluit; implentur fossae, et cava flumina crescunt Cum sonitu, fervetque fretis spirantibus aequor. Ipse Pater media nimborum in nocte corusca Fulmina molitur dextra, quo maxima motu Terra tremit, fugere ferae et mortalia corda 330 Per gentes humilis stravit pavor...
Page 16 - The Comparative is formed from the Positive by changing i or is of the Genitive into ior. The Superlative is formed from the Positive by changing i or is of the Genitive into issimus : as, Pos.
Page 17 - Non ego, quod primo (memini) sperare solebam, Jam precor, ut conjux tu meus esse velis. 274 Et tarnen, ut conjux essem tua, digna videbar: Quod Dea, quod magni filia Solis eram. Ne properes oro : spatium pro muñere poseo. Quid minus optari per mea vota potest ? Et fréta mota vides ; et debes illa timere. Utilior velis postmodo ventus erit.
Page 11 - MSr-g, the sea Gen. Mar-is, of the sea Dat. Mar-I, to or for the sea Ace. Mar-e, the sea Voc.
Page 32 - Sentences are of two kinds, SIMPLE and COMPOUND. A simple sentence has in it but one subject and one finite verb : as,
Page 14 - 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.
Page 2 - F erte citi flammas, date veld, scandlte muros. Virg. A short vowel at the end of a word, when followed by a word beginning with sc, sp, sq, st, is usually lengthened.