The Conditional Period in the Writings of Quintus Horatius Flaccus

The Conditional Period in the Writings of Quintus Horatius Flaccus

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...Lat. Gram. 348, c. Schmalz, Lat. Gram. 339. Blase, De Modorum Temporumque Permutatione, Argentorati, 1888, p. 38 //. In Serm. II, 1, 6-7 the Apodosis is an expression of propriety with the Imperfect Indicative, and the Protasis is omitted. Cf. 48. CHAPTER IV. General Past Conditions. 43). In sentences introduced by si, with the verb in the Imperfect or Pluperfect, expressing repeated action, iias often as," 'every time thai," or action taking place at uo definite time, the Indicative is used in early Latin. Plaut. As. 143. Atque ea si erant, magnam habebas dis gratiam. Aul. 427. Bacch. 426. Caesar, Cicero and Sallust generally use the Indicative, rarely the Subjunctive. Goes. B. C. IIl, 110, 4. Si quis prehenderetur, consensu militum eripiebatur. Sail. Iug. 58, 3. Sin Numidae propius accessissent ibi virtutem osten dere. Gatull. 84, 1. Ghommoda dicebat, si quando commoda vellet dicere Arrius. In Livy and Tacitus the Subjunctive is of frequent occurrence, Suetonius uses it almost exclusively. In late Latin both Indicative and Subjunctive are used, one about as often as the other. In two instances in sentences introduced by si, Horace uses the Imperfect Subjunctive in the Protasis of a General Past Condition with the Imperfect Indicative in the Apodosis. a). Second Person Singular. A. P. 438-439 Quintilio siquid recitares, 'corrige sodea hoc' aiebat 'et hoc' A. P. 442-443 Si defendere delictum quam vertere malles, nullum ultra verbum aut operam insumebat inanem, I have, for the most part, made no special classification of General Conditional Periods with the Indicative or Present and Perfect Subjunctive. Conditional Periods in Oratio Obliqua. 44). There are but few instances in Horace of a Conditional Period in more

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