Latin Prose Composition; Adapted for the Leaving Certificate and University Preliminary Examinations Volume 1

Latin Prose Composition; Adapted for the Leaving Certificate and University Preliminary Examinations Volume 1

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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. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...je serai arrivef See Ex. VI, n. 9. 2 Omit ' the lectures.' I EXERCISE C. (Adjectival Clauses.) 1. Tarquin died at Cumae, to which town he had betaken1 himself upon the defeat of the Latins at Lake Regillus. 2. Never having been instructed in the principles of 2 philosophy, he could not with patience hear the Stoics, who held that virtue was superior to happiness. 3. Those men who take the greatest pains to secure8 happiness are generally less successful in the search than those who think only of the good of ' others. 4. As the Romans began to retreat at that point, M. Valerius, who was in command of the left wing, put spurs to his horse and came up to support the wavering line. 5. I can forgive young men for being reckless 5; I cannot forgive old men who stir up one war after another. 6. The Romans captured the enemy's camp with the same rush which7 had burst through their line. 7. L Why did you impel him to use language 8 which has stirred up odium not only against him, but against our principles and our order as a whole 2? 1 'To betake oneself ' ' se confizrre. 2 Say 'philosophy.' 3 Say 'follow with the greatest zeal.' ' 'To think of the 1. He was buried on the same hill and close to the very spot in which his distinguished father lies. 2. On seeing the faces of those killed when fighting against him, Caesar repented that he had involved his country in war '. 3. Some of those2 who joined Caesar were senators, some were philosophers and men of letters; but the greater number belonged to the dregs of the people. 4. During all the years that 8 the English pursued a conquering career in India, not a single able native general arose to withstand ' the...show more

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  • United States
  • English
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  • 9781236822222