Latin Prose Composition Volume 1

Latin Prose Composition Volume 1

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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. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ...and opposition, made straight for the other bank by swimming. 6. Thereupon all Hades rose in tumult; and the miser having been caught and convicted of impiety, each of the judges was asked his opinion as to what punishment would best fit so heinous a crime. 6. One said one thing, one another: at last Minos spake forth: 'Let us invent, ' says he, 'some new and unheard-of penalty: let this impious man be sent back to earth to see what use his heirs are making of his riches.' PART II. The Compound Sentence. 108. A Simple Sentence, as we have seen, consists of one Subject and one Predicate--or it may be more than one of each linked together by Coordination--without any Subordinate Clauses. A Compound Sentence is one in which the main Sentence (or Principal Clause, as it is termed) has one or more Subordinate Clauses, i. e. Clauses grammatically dependent upon it, each with a Subject and Predicate of its own. 109. Subordinate Clauses may be of three kinds: A. Adjectival Clauses; B. Substantival Clauses; C. Adverbial Clauses. 110. An Adjectival Clause is one which qualifies some Noun or Pronoun exactly in the same way as an Adjective qualifies the Noun with which it agrees. Thus if we say Savages who eat men are called cannibals; the Clause who eat men is manifestly equivalent to an Adjective qualifying the Noun savages; and the Adjective man-eating might be substituted for it. Similarly, the sentence The man who is merciful spares his beast, is exactly equivalent to The merciful man spares his beast. An Adjectival Clause is therefore simply an expanded Adjective, used for variety or emphasis, or to express some quality too complex to be expressed by a single word. It must be introduced by a Relative, or by some word such as unde, ...show more

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  • Paperback | 70 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 141g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123661352X
  • 9781236613523