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An introduction to the Latin tongue; for the use of youth. A new edition
Charles Duke YONGE
Úplné zobrazenie - 1858
ablative case ablativum able active adjectives adjectivum adjice admittunt advised aliquando also called cases common compounds dative dativum declension declined derived erit exigunt feminine finita first form format formed Future genitive case genitivum genus Greek habet hæc have been hear heard ille Imperfect indicative infinitive mood interdum sometimes item joined jungitur junguntur long love loved loving made make makes mascula masculine mihi neuter gender neutrum nomina nominative case noun nouns number numero Ovid participle passive pauca perfect tense person plerumque Pluperfect Plur Plural ponitur præpositione præter Present Tense pronouns quæ regunt relative rule ruled sæpe same second semper sequitur short Sing Singular subjunctive substantive SUPINES syllable tamen Tense they thing third thou tibi time used verb Verba verbs verbum Virg vocative vult word words ye may
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 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.