An introduction to the Latin tongue

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E. P. Williams, 1851 - 218 strán (strany)

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Strana 3 - A syllable is a distinct sound of one, or more letters, pronounced in a breath. A diphthong is the sound of two vowels in one syllabic.
Strana 5 - Also, the prepositions in, with, from, by ; and the word than, after the comparative degree ; are signs of the ablative case. GENDERS AND ARTICLES. GENDERS of nouns are three : the masculine, the feminine, and the neuter.
Strana 40 - I did hear, or, was hearing. audie-bas, thou didst hear, or, wast hearing. audie-bat, he did hear, or, was hearing. Plur. Audie-bamus, We did hear, or, were hearing. audie-batis, ye did hear, or, were hearing. audie-bant, they did hear, or, were hearing.
Strana 35 - Monu-eram, / had advised. menu-eras, thou hadst advised. monu-erat, he had advised. Plur. Monu-eramus, We had advised. monu-eratis, ye had advised, monu-erant, they had advised. 5.
Strana 30 - Futu'rus, about to be. DECLENSION OF VERBS REGULAR. VERBS have four conjugations, both in the active and passive voice. The first conjugation of Verbs active hath a long before -re pf the infinitive mood ; as ama're, to love. The second conjugation hath e long before -re" of the infinitive mood ; as mone're, to advise.
Strana 56 - DECLENSION OF VERBS IRREGULAR. CERTAIN Verbs vary from the general rule, and are formed in the manner following ; 1 . Possum, potes, potui, posse ; potens : to be able. 2. Volo, vis, volui, velle; volendi, volendo, vole"ndum ; volens : to be willing. 3. Nolo, nonvis, nolui, nolle; noltSndi, nolendo, nole"ndum; nolens : to be unwilling.
Strana 43 - Tense, Audiv-isse, to have heard. Future Tense, Auditu-rum esse, to be about to hear. GERUNDS. Audien-di, of hearing. audien-do, in hearing. audien-dum, to hear. SUPINES. Active, Passive, Audlt-um, to hear.
Strana 3 - Small, or common. abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvxyz. t)f these Letters, six are named Vowels; a, e, i, o, u, y. The rest are called consonants. A vowel makes a full and perfect sound of itself, as e. A consonant cannot be sounded without a vowel, as be. Consonants are divided into mutes, liquids, and double letters. The liquids are /, m, n, r: The double letters are j, x, a.
Strana 69 - The relative agrees with its antecedent in gender, number, and person ; as, 8 Vir sapit, b qui pauca loquitur, The man is wise, who speaketh few words.
Strana 12 - The fourth declension makes the genitive case singular to end in Us...

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