In Latinum (Caesar)

In Latinum (Caesar)

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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. 1899 edition. Excerpt: ...river and were awaiting his approach. Their women, who were of no use in war, had all been brought together into the marshes where the army could not get access. C. 1. Ubi Nervii c5nsederant? 2. Quorum copiae ab his exspectabantur? 3. Quem in locum mulieres suas coniecerant? Chapter 17. Semi-deponents: A. 136; B. 114 1; G. 167; H. 224. Purpose Clauses with quo: A. 317 b; B. 282 1 a; G. 545 2; H. S68 7. A. 1. The rest of the Gauls had not dared to attack the legions. 2. The cavalry does not dare enter these hedges. 3. Several of the captive Belgae were marching with Caesar's army that they might the more easily observe the order of march. 4. They reported this fact to the Nervii that they might the more easily attack our men. 5. The army of the Nervii was not more than five miles from our camp. 6. The Belgae have a great number of scouts. B. From early times the Nervii had been weak in cavalry, nor do they give attention to this even now; and so, in order that they may the more easily hinder the cavalry of those who come to them for the sake of plunder, they have cut and bent young trees, and made these hedges present (subjunctive) a fortification like a wall. C. 1. Quare Caesar exploratores centurionesque praemisit? 2. Qui ad Nervios pervenerunt? 3. Num Nervii eorum c5nsilium omiserunt? TENTH REVIEW LESSON. (chapters 9-17.) Ablative with Verbs of Asking: A. 239 c, note 1; B. 178 1 a), ad Jin. j G. 339 Rem. 1; H. 411 4. Accusative of Extent of Space: A. 257; B. 181; G. 335; H. 417. Double Accusative with Compounds of trans: A. 239 b; B. 179; G. 331 Rem. 1; H. 413. Causal Clauses with cum: A. 326; B. 286 2; G. 586; H. 598. Conditional Sentences, Future More Vivid: A. 307 1, 2, a; B. 302; G. 595; H. 474 2. Genitive of Quality: A. 215; B. 203; G....show more

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  • Paperback | 34 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 2mm | 82g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236509552
  • 9781236509550