A Short Introduction to Latin Grammar; For the Use of the University and Academy of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia Carefully Revised, Corrected, and Amended

A Short Introduction to Latin Grammar; For the Use of the University and Academy of Pennsylvania, in Philadelphia Carefully Revised, Corrected, and Amended

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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. 1805 edition. Excerpt: ... third Persons, .and two different Verbs; here we must refer the Reciprocal to the principal Person; is. Pater jussit filio, ut irtt in-Cuhiiulum suum.... ' Intransitive befonging to the Gensss, -r tsken metaphorically, have the Casrs of Traesitives, in..which 6er, se thy become real Trarsirives; es.mltt hircum, Bacchanalia vivunt. Sometimes a Preposinon is understood; as, num id lachrymal rtiige? viz. prop.: Ur, id. With an Adjective they sometimes govern.. tiie Ablative; as, morte tbiit repenttna. f Tiie.Ablative most commonly com- after Verb i. r Passive and the.Dative after their Participles or Ad'i s iectives ir. Mis.. t 'kinder Vrbi of naminr, we rank nemicor, apptV.er, ., . aUfir, vuor, fainter, exist map, agnoscer, invcnior, puto-, icriber.widtor, niscor, designer, con titeer, creor, vidior, I tic. Verb of Gesture ara iedee, incede, eo, redco nance: .em'#i 4te, jen, tvada, Jmgierm 4-cb btie. Aad she i' I, . ( - Of such as govern a Genitive Case. $3 Verbs that betoken esteem or value, govern particular Genitives of the value j as, Jloccir nauci, nihili, pili, ass ii, hujus, teruncii, lantii, quanti, pluris, minovis, magni, maximLparvi, minimi, plurimi, tanthis, tantidem, quantivis, quantkunque; as, parvi ducitur probitas 36 Verbs of accusmg, condemning, warning, and acquitting, besides an Accusative of the Person, govern also a genitive of the Crime or Thing that one is accused, condemned, warned, or acquitted of; or else an ablative most commonly without a preposition.; as, hie furti, or furto, se alligat. Admonuit me errati, or errata. 87 Sum, when it signifies Possession, Property, Part -r Duty, governs the Genitive-; as, reddi' te que: Dei sunt, Deo. % Infinitives of all these Verbs require an Accusatix after, wha there...show more

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  • 9781236644053