Latin: An Intensive Course / Edition 1 available in Paperback
This is a comprehensive introduction to Latin forms and syntax, designed to train the student in reading ancient texts at an early stage.
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Table of Contents
Preface to the Preliminary EditionPreface to this EditionINTRODUCTIONA. The Alphabet and PronunciationB. SyllabificationC. AccentuationD. Word OrderABBREVIATIONS USED IN THIS BOOKGRAMMATICAL REVIEWA SELECTED GLOSSARY OF IMPORTANT TERMSUNIT ONEA. The Verbal SystemB. The Tenses of the IndicativeC. The InfinitiveD. The Four ConjugationsE. The Principal PartsF. The Present Active
Indicative System of the First Two conjugationsG. The irregular Verb sum, 'be'H. The Noun SystemI. The First DeclensionUNIT TWOA. The Perfect Active
Indicative System of All VerbsB. The Subjunctive MoodC. Formation and the SubjunctiveD. Present Subjunctive of the Verb sumE. Conditional SentencesF. Genitive with Verbs of Accusing and CondemningUNIT THREEA. Nouns of the Second DeclensionB. First-Second Declension AdjectivesC. Noun-Adjective AgreementD. Adjectives Used as NounsE. Ablative of Means (
Instrument)F. Ablative of Manner (Modal Ablative)G. Clauses of Purpose; Sequence of TensesH.
Indirect CommandsUNIT FOURA. The Present Active System of All Four ConjugationsB. The Present Passive System of All Four ConjugationsC. The Perfect Passive System of All Four ConjugationsD. Review of Verb ConjugationsE. Ablative of Personal AgentREVIEW: UNITS ONE TO FOURUNIT FIVEA. Participles: Definition and FormationB. Some Uses of the ParticipleC. PeriphrasticsD. Dative of Agent with the Passive PeriphrasticE. Dative of the Possessor F. The Verb possum, 'be able'G. Complementary
InfinitiveUNIT SIXA. Nouns of the Third DeclensionB.
Indirect Statement: Subject Accusative and
InfinitiveD. The Irregular Noun visE. Ablative of SeparationF. Accusative of Place to WhichG. The Locative CaseUNIT SEVENA. Demonstrative AdjectivesB. Personal PronounsC. Possessive AdjectivesD. Relative PronounE.
Interrogative PronounG. Ablative of AccompanimentH. Ablative of Time When or Within WhichI. Accusative of Duration of Time and Extent of SpaceJ. Subjunctive in Subordinate Clauses in
Indirect StatementUNIT EIGHTA. Adjectives of the Third Declension; Present ParticiplesB. Fourth Declension NounsC. Fifth Declension NounsD. Ablative of Respect (Specification)E. The Irregular Verb eo, ire, 'go'F. The Present ImperativeG. The Vocative CaseH. Datives of Purpose (Service) and Reference: The Double Dative ConstructionREVIEW: UNITS FIVE TO EIGHTUNIT NINEA. Comparison of AdjectivesB. Irregular Comparison of AdjectivesC. Comparison with quam; Ablative of ComparisonD. Ablative of Degree of DifferenceE. Adverbs and Their ComparisonF. Irregular Comparison of AdverbsG. Partitive GenitiveUNIT TENA. Ablative AbsoluteB. Adjectives with Genitive Singular in -iusC. Ablative of CauseD. Ablative and Genitive of Description E. The Irregular Verb fero and Its CompoundsUNIT ELEVENA. Deponent VerbsB. Semi-Deponent VerbsC. Subjective and Objective GenitiveD. Predicate Genitive (Genitive of Characteristic)E.
Infinitive As SubjectF. The Irregular Verbs volo, nolo, malo REVIEW: UNITS NINE TO ELEVENUNIT TWELVEA.
Independent Uses of the SubjunctiveB. Direct QuestionsC.
Indirect QuestionsD. The Adjective idem, eadem, idem, 'same'E. The Pronoun and Adjective quidam, 'certain'F. The Intensive Adjective ipse, ipsa, ipsum, 'self, very'G. The Demonstrative Adjective iste, ista, istud, 'that (of yours)'UNIT THIRTEENA. The Indefinite Pronouns aliquis, quis, quisquam, quisqueB. Dative with certain
Intransitive VerbsC. Impersonal PassivesD. Dative withCompound VerbsE. The Verb flo, 'be made, be done, happen, become'F. The Numerical Adjective duo, duae, duo, 'two'UNIT FOURTEENA. Clauses of ResultB. Substantive Clauses of ResultC. Relative Clauses of Characteristic (Generic Relative Clauses)D. Relative Clauses of ResultE. Relative Clauss of Purpose and Purpose Clauses
Introduced by AdverbsF.
Indirect ReflexivesUNIT FIFTEENA. cum ClausesB. cum Clauses and Ablatives AbsoluteC. Other Words
Introducing Temporal, Causal, and Concessive ClausesD. Conjunctions with
Indicative or SubjunctiveE. Clauses of ProvisoF. Accusative of ExclamationUNIT SIXTEENA. The GerundB. The GerundieC. The Gerund and Gerundive Used to Express PurposeD. Impersonal VerbsE. The Impersonals interest and refertUNIT SEVENTEENA. Clauses of FearingB. Clauses of DoubtingC. Clauses of PreventionD. The SupineUNIT EIGHTEENA. Subjunctive by AttractionB. futurum esse ut; fore utC. The Historical
InfinitiveD. Shortened or Syncopated Forms of the Perfect Active System of VerbsE. -ere for erunt in the Third Person Plural, Perfect Active
IndicativeF. The Greek Accusative: Accusative of Respect or Accusative After Verbs in the Middle VoiceG. Adverbial AccusativeH. Genitive with Expressions of Remembering and ForgettingI. Genitive of
Indefinite ValueJ. Ablative of PriceK. quod, 'the fact that'REVIEW: UNITS TWELVE TO EIGHTEENAPPENDIXNounsAdjectivesPronounsVerbsFormation of the Future ImperativeReview of the Syntax of NounsReview of the Syntax of VerbsParticiplesGerundsGerundivesSupinesConditions in
Indirect StatementConditions in Other Subordinate ClausesAdditional RulesRoman NamesA Note on Quantitative RhythmNumeralsLATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARYENGLISH-LATIN VOCABULARYINDEX