Easy Latin Prose Exercises on the Syntax of the Public School Latin Primer

Easy Latin Prose Exercises on the Syntax of the Public School Latin Primer

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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. 1872 edition. Excerpt: ...expresses a long time down to the present time inclusively. Key's Lat. Gram., p. 408. 4 Indicative, because the time is here precisely denned; ipse, with numerals, signifying exactitude. Key's Lat. Gram., p. 406, d. 5 Indicative, because the time is simply mentioned, without any accessory notion. 6 In indefinite expressions, quum, when preceded by a verb signifying existence, takes a subjve. Key's Lat. Gram. p. 406, c. 7 See Rule VII., Outline of Rules on the Subjunctive. 8 Subjunctive, because quum is here adversative, i. e., equivalent to 'although.' Key's Lat. Gram., p. 408, /. 9 Postquam usually takes an indicative. 10'After antequam and priusquam--a. a subjunctive is used, where the speaker would imply the non-occurrence of the act; b. an indicative, where he would imply the occurrence of the act, and, above all, in past sentences.' Key's Lat. Gram., p. 294. 11 Per. 12 In, with acc. case. 13 Gerundive of subtraho, with sum. 14 'From' is here a sign of the dat. case. See Rule V., Dat. Case, above. 15 Lit., 'while they may cool themselves.' e As a general rule, quum is much more commonly found with the indicative in the present and perfect tenses, than in the imperfect and pluperfect. 17 Apud. See L. P. 83. 18 A sign of the abl. of cause. 19 Ex. See L. P. 83. 20 Use the acc and infinitive. 21 'To be aware, ' sentire. 22 De. See L. P. 83. G. Final And Consecutive Clauses. 1. Verres rogat et orat Dolabellam, ut ad Neronem proficis catur. Verres urgently requests Dolabella to join Nero. 2. Talis est ordo actionum adhibendus, ut in vita, omnia sint apta in se et convenientia. Such method is to be observed in our actions, that all things in life may be harmonious and consistent. 3. Nunquam accedo, quin abs te abeam doctior. I...show more

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