An easy introduction to Latin prose composition

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C. Thurnam and Sons, 1877 - 12 pages

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Page 51 - In passive verbs, the past participle agrees in gender and number with the noun or pronoun to which it refers ; the feminine is formed by adding an e mute, and the plural by the addition of an s.
Page 18 - It is me" is condemned as wrong because the form "me" violates the rule that "the verb 'to be' takes the same case after it as stands before it.
Page 51 - Gen. cujus cujus cujus quorum quarum quorum Dat. cui cui cui quibus quibus quibus Ace. quem quam quod quos quas quae Abl. quo qua quo quibus quibus quibus 1. Qui = quo, qua, ' with which,' ' wherewith,' is a Locative or Ablative of the relative qui.
Page 50 - Nom. hic haec hoc hi hae haec Gen. hujus hujus hujus horum harum horum Dat. huic huic huic his his his Ace.
Page 121 - Who do you think I am, and what do you think I am going to do?
Page 121 - Being asked what he was doing, he replied that he was building a wall, and had held a dragon.
Page 19 - Adjective, and agrees in Number, Gender, and Case with the Noun to which it refers, or which it describes. Its Nom. Sing. is formed by adding urns for the Masc., or ura for the Fem, to the

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