A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges

A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges

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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. 1884 edition. Excerpt: .../ 423. The Measure Of Diffebence is denoted by the Ablative: UnS die longiOrem mensem faciunt, tftey make the month One Day longer (longer By One Day). Cic. BiduS me antecSssit, he preceded me By Two Days. Cic. Sol multls partibus major est quam terra, the sun is very much lit., .BY Many Parts) larger than the earth. Cic. iNoTE 1.--The Ablative is thus used with all words Involving a comparison, but.adverbs often supply its place: multum robustior, 'much more robust' Note 2.--The Ablative of difference includes the Ablative of distance (379, 2), and the Ablative with ante, post, and aihinc in expressions of time (430). 1 As sto, constd, liceo, sum, etc.; cams, vlnalis, etc. RULE XXTX.--Specification. 424. A noun, adjective, or verb may take an Ablative to define its application: Agesilau? nSmine, non potestclte fuit rex, Agesilaus was king In Name, not In Power. Nep. Claudus altera pede, lame In One Foot. Nep. Moribus similes, similar in character. Cio. Reliquos GallGs virtute praecfidunt, they surpass the other Gauls in courage. Caes. Note 1.--This Ablative shows in what respect or particular anything is true: thus, king (in what respect?) in name. Note 2.--For the Accusative Of Specification, see 378. HI. Locative Ablative. RULE XXX.--Place in which. 425. The Place In Which is denoted--I. Generally by the Locative Ablative1 with the preposition in: Hannibal in Italia fuit, Hannibal was In Italy. Nep. In nostrfs castrla, in our camp. Caea. In Appia via, on the Appian way. Cic. II. In Names Of Towns by the Locative, ' if such a form exists, otherwise by the Locative Ablative: Romae fuit, he was At Rome. Cic. Corinthi pueroa docebat, lie taught boys At Corinth. Cic. Atltinls fuit, he was At Athens. Cic. Hoc facia Argla, you do this at Argos....show more

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