An Inductive 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. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ... erant; cf. appellatus erat XXXIII., and XLII. Obs. 1, 2, 3. 5. is: (a) What is its antec? (o) Why is it that this masc. pron. must be translated by an Eng. neut.? Cf. XXIII. n. 4, Obs. 7. 6. locis; exceptionally omits the prep.; cf. XLVI. N 3. 7. transitur; from the inf. transire, to go across, to cross; cf. exirent XX., transierant XLV., exire XLVI. 8. pons; for decl., cf. orientem XVI. N. 6. 3. OBSERVATIONS. 1. The adj. altera means the other, the second, one of too, while alia means another, one of any number. 2. Neut. adjs. are compared with the endings-ius, comparative, and-issimum, superlative. The neut. comparative of the adj. is the same in form as the comparative of the adverb. 3. The neut. comparative m-ius has-oris in the gen.; some neut. nouns in-us have-oris. 4. The pf. pass, partic. of the 1st and 4th conjugs. may be found by adding t and the case ending to the pros, stem; that of the 2d conjug. by doing the same and weakening the final S of the stem to i; that of the 3d, in many cases, by doing the same and dropping out the final e of the stem. 5. The words loco and locis when used to express a place in which exceptionally omit the preposition. 4. GRAMMAR LESSON. 1. Alius and alter.. A. & G. 203, a. H. 459. 2. Comparison of adjs. in all genders... A. & G. 89. H. 162. 3. Decls. of comparatives A. & G. 86, melior, H. 154, trfetior, complete.... melius. tristius. 4. Decl. of neut. nouns in-us, gen.-oris.. A. & G. 49, corpus. H. 61, corpus. 5. Prep, omitted with loco and locis.. A. & G. 258, /, 1. H. 425, II., 2. 5. VOCABULARY. 1. Allobroges,1-um, the Allo broges, a Gallic people; see map. 2. expedire, -pedivit, -pedltus, 4th conjug., to set free from something; the pf. pass, partic. is commonly used without more

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