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ADDENDA AND CORRIGENDA

IN THE VOCABULARIES.

Page 4. To Declare :- dicere.
Page 5. Little, parvus, parva.
Page 9. Wise, sapiens (sapient-).

SUBJECTS OF THE

EXERCISES AND OF THE CORRESPONDING

“ INSTRUCTIONS.”

Arts.

No.
1 (FOURTEEN EXERCISES).-3rd Sing. Pres.,

Imperf. and Fut. Simp. (Ind. Act.) of

Verbs of 1st Conjn.
Nom. and Acc. Sing. of Nouns of 1st and 2nd

Declns.
Ex. :-" The girl will avoid the boy."

1-6

6-8

2 (POURTEEN EXERCISES).— 3rd Sing. Pres.,

Imperf. and Fut. Simp. of Verbs of 2nd

Conjn.
Conventional Nomenclature
3rd Decln. :-Formn. of its Acc. from “Root”
Me, Te, Non
Ex.:—" The fox was fearing the lion.”

9 10

11

12

.

3 (FOURTEEN EXERCISES).--3rd Plural of

above Tenses Nom, and Acc. Plu, of above Nouns Ex. :-" The judges were praising the boys

and the lions."

13-14 15-16

2

21-28

.

6 (FOURTEEN EXERCISES). — Adjectives :--

their agreement with Nouns, Masc., and

Fem. in above cases

Meus, Tuus, Suus

“My sisters were blaming your brothers

and the bad judge.”

7 (TWELVE EXERCISES).—Pres., Imperf. and

Fut. Simp. of 3rd and 4th Conjns.

Ex. :-" Caius and Portia will come and hear

30-34

8 (TWELVE EXERCISES).—3rd Persons of

Perf. Ind., Plup. Ind., Fut. Perf. and
Plup. Potent. of Verbs (Active), in all

Conjns.

Ex. :-"My sisters would have feared and

avoided you."

35-41

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