A Latin Grammar by James Morwood

By James Morwood

A Latin Grammar provides transparent, concise, and simply understood factors of all of the key issues of Latin grammar. With extra gains resembling a word list of grammatical phrases, a vocabulary record overlaying all of the Latin phrases present in the most textual content, examine counsel, and notes on Roman dates, funds, weights and measures, and names, it guarantees that scholars have all of the aid they should supplement their language studying. A Latin Grammar additionally deals countless numbers of instance sentences illustrating grammatical issues, a proof of literary phrases, and a useful consultant to pronunciation. this useful reference is helping scholars convey this influential language to existence.

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Tres (three) trium tribus tres tribus tres trium tribus tres tribus tria trium tribus tria tribus | Pronouns personal pronouns singular nom. gen. dat. acc. abl. egoffl mel mihi me me plural nom. gen. dat. acc. abl. nos (we) nostrum, nostrT nobis nos nobis v tu (you) tUl tibi te te sul (himself, herself) sibl se se uos (you) uestrum, uestri uobls uos uobls sul (themselves) sibi se se Notes 1 Note the way the ablative of these words combines with cum (with): mecum (with me), nobTscum (with us), etc.

Hi horum his hos his hae harum his has his haec horum his haec his ill! illorum illls illos illls illae illarum illls illas illls ilia illorum illls ilia illls singular nom. gen. dat. acc. abl. is* eius el eum eo ea eius el earn ea id eius el id eo ipse (self) ipsius ipsl ipsum ipso ipsa ipsius ipsl ipsam ipsa ipsum ipsius ipsl ipsum ipso eae earum els eas els ea eorum els ea els * (he, she, it: thai) plural nom. gen. dat. acc. abl. el eorum els eos els ipsl ipsorum ipsls ipsos ipsls singular nom.

For the ablative absolute construction, see pp. 79-80. ) gladiopuellae opus est. ) need I take possession of, possess 1 I feed on I use 1. potior can also be followed by the accusative and genitive. • The ablative is used after the following adjectives: contentus, contenta, contentum contented with, satisfied with dignus, digna, dignum worthy of indignus, indigna, indignum unworthy of fretus, freta, freturn orbus, orba, orbum praeditus, praedita, praeditum relying on deprived of, bereft of endowed with 6 | Vocative The vocative is the case by which you address or call to someone: QuTnte, cauecanem!

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