First Latin grammar and exercises in Ollendorff's method

 
9781130565058: First Latin grammar and exercises in Ollendorff's method

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1844 Excerpt: ... duration of time; and with abl. for point of time. 209. Monitus; auditus; venit rectums. Misit homines commeatus paraturos. Paucis his diebus veni equum emturus. Veniam ludos spectaturus. Example. Alexander ad Jovem Hammonem pergit consulturus Alexander to Jupiter Hammon goes to consult de origine sua. about origin his (his origin). 210. A purpose can now be expressed in Latin three different ways, By rule 160, use ut with the subjunctive. By rule 197, use the supine in-um. By rule 206, use the future part, in-rus. As, Veni ut regem salutarem (160). Veni regem salutatum (197). Veni regem salutaturus (206). / came to salute the king. Recalled to defend (sup. 197) (his) country. Advised to-came (160) a few-days-ago. About-to-see the games. About-to-procure provisions. Sent to-Rome (151, c). About-to-hear. It is the duty (175) of a good boy to learn. It is the property of a wise (man) to think. He values the book at a very great price (190). He has less (138) pleasure at-Rome than (quam) Balbus. Lesson 20. Participles. PRESENT, AND FUTURE IN-dllS. Ablative absolute. 211. The Participle of the present tense, which in English ends in-ing, in Latin ends in-ans or ens. 212. (a) The first conjugation changes-are of the infinitive into-ans; as, i. am-are, to love; part. pres. am-ans, loving. (5) The second and third conjugations change-ere and $re into ens, as, ii. mon-ere, to advise part. pres. mon-ens, advising in. reg-gre, to rule part. pres. reg-ens, ruling. (c) The fourth conjugation changes-Ire into-tens, as, iv. aud-lre, to hear part. pres. aud-iens, hearing. Or thus, i. avn-dre, to love am-ans, loving Ii. mon-ere, to advise mon-ens, advising in. reg-gre, to rule reg-ens, ruling iv. aud-lre, to hear aud-iens, hearing. 213. (a) The present participle is decli...

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