Constructive Exercises for Teaching the Elements of the Latin Language on a System of Analysis and Synthesis

Constructive Exercises for Teaching the Elements of the Latin Language on a System of Analysis and Synthesis

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1854 edition. Excerpt: ...class have so completely lost the reflective meaning, that they are translated by English transitive verbs, i. e. by verbs which describe an action as passing from the actor to some object; and such deponents may be followed by an accusative case.2 Kule LI. The Imperfect tenses of deponent verbs are formed like the corresponding passive tenses. (Vide Rule XLVI.) Exercise 51. 1. Ye were wandering beyond your-own territories. 2. This thing will be reported to the husbandman by the slave who will set-out in-the-morning. 3. We have already arrived in the territories of the Sequani, and are laying-waste their lands. 4., Having set-out from the camp in-the-course-of the third watch with four legions, I shall at-day-break come-up (perveni-) with (ad) that part of the enemy which has not-yet crossed the river, and shall attack them (while) encumbere and not-expecting (me). 5. In this matter you are avenging 1 Transitive means, literally, 'going-over: ' this term is generally limited to those verbs which may be followed by an accusative case. Intransitive means, literally, ' not going-over: ' intransitive verbs cannot be followed by an accusative case. 2 As it is of great importance to be able to distinguish deponent from passive verbs, a list of all the deponent verbs which occur throughout this book is given at the end of the General Vocabulary, and must be carefully committed to memory. not only public, but also private wrongs. 6. The wolves usedto-follow the sheep as-far-as to the sheepfold. 7. We are encouraging the weary soldiers, who will presently earn the great rewards of their labour. 8. The sailors promise a great number of ships. 9. Ye were boasting insolently of your victory. 10.1 am talking with the servant in-whom (dot.) I have the...show more

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