Six Weeks' Preparation for Reading Caesar

Six Weeks' Preparation for Reading Caesar

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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. 1887 edition. Excerpt: ...syllable Cap to Cip and Cep, as will be seen in the following vocabulary: --1. Inflect like capio the following, in the Active Voice: --accipio (ad + capio), accipere, accSpi, acceptus, accept, receive. excipio (ex + capio), excipere, excepi, exceptus, except, meet, catch. recipio (re + capio), recipere, recepi, receptus, receive, recover. suscipio (sub + capio), suscipere, suscepi, suscep tus, susceptible, undertake. facio, facere, fSci, factus, fact, do, make, cause (imperative second sing. act., fac). Facio also makes compounds, changing Fac to Fic and Fec, as in the following vocabulary: --afficio (ad + facio), afflcere, afffici, affectus, affect. couficio (con + facio), conficere, confeci, confec tus, confectionery, perform, finish, exhaust. efficio (ex + facio), efficere, effeci, effootus. effect. interficio (inter + facio), interficcre, iutcrfeci, interfectus, kill. 2. Inflect all the above verbs in the Passive Voice. The passive of facio is wanting in the present system, except the participle. The irregular verb flo is used instead, 142; G. 188; H. 294. Some of the prepositions used to form compound verbs in the preceding vocabularies have been already learned. Of the rest, re signifies back; sub, under; con (same as cum), together; inter, between. Exercise 25. Translate: --1 Milites amantissimi principem felicem accipiunt. 2Integrae Romanorum copiae Gallos exceperunt. 8Castrorum opus muniendorum suscepimus. 4 Opus vestrum sine mora conficite. 6Silvae asperae militibus nostris magnam moram faciebant. 6Bellum grave confecistis. 7 Curae maximi imperii regendi regem optimum confecerant. 8Romani Gallos interficere parant. 9 Nostros magnam partem Gallorum interfecisse dicitur. 10Dic principi. u Gallorum copiae a nostris excipientur. 12show more

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