Latin Lessons

Latin Lessons

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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. 1913 edition. Excerpt: ...not remained there. 3. We asked Caesar how many men had been killed. 4. Do you know by whom the Gauls were conquered? 5. Did you know that the enemy had fled a little while ago? (6) 1. Let us ask about the children who3 are delaying in the city but who ought to set out toward home. 2. So great was the fear of the soldiers that they fled and left the heavy baggage. 3. Tell your father why you were a little afraid (feared a little). 4. The lieutenants ordered (their) infantry i Compare 062 and 705. 2 Review the subjunctive forms of each conjugation. 8 The student must decide whether who and whom are relative or interrogative pronouns, for on this fact depends the mood of the following verb. A Roman Sword. to use (their) swords as quickly as possible. 5. Before the departure of the guards the young men seemed to be safe. ORAL EXERCISE 405. Answer these questions in Latin: 1. Quis scivit cur victus esses? 2. Quibus telis milites utentur? 3. Quem Romae vidisti? 4. Sclsne quo in loco sls' LESSON L PERSONAL PRONOUNS Veritas vos liberabit.--The truth shall make you free 406. The personal pronounsi are ego for the first person and ts for the second. The personal pronoun of the third person is supplied by the demonstrative is. 407. The reflexive pronouns2 refer to the subject of the sentence or of the clause in which they stand. They are declined like the personal pronoun of the same person except that they have no nominative; mel, of myself, tui, of yourself, and so on. Reflexive of the Third Person SINGULAR PLURAL Gen. su'i sul Dat. si'bi si'bi Ace. sS or sS'sS sS or sS'se Abl. se or se'se se or sS'se (a) The reflexive of the third person serves for all genders and for both numbers. Thus, sui may mean of himself, of herself, of itself, of...show more

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  • Paperback | 56 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 118g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236621689
  • 9781236621689