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A Latin Grammar by Charles E. Bennett

By Charles E. Bennett

Charles E. Bennett's vintage Latin reference grammar first seemed within the past due 1800's. Even at the present time it truly is nonetheless a favored selection for prime institution and undergraduate scholars. This reprint is a fascimile of the 1908 revised variation.

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1). 3 32 Inflection Nominal inflection (or declension) is of three kinds: full (munLarif ²Y8C lit. ‘fully current’), partial (Vayr munLarif ²Y8C Ð ‘not fully current’) and zero (or invariable, mabnC Ø ‘[permanently] constructed [in that form]’); this applies equally to adjectives and the other nominals such as prepositionals and adverbials. 2. Because the tanwCn is present, the cases where the complete set of inflections is precluded for phonological reasons are nevertheless treated as full inflection, in contrast with the partial inflection below.

That the instrumentalities are not performing with competence’ It is even used after wa- ¹ ‘and’ to introduce a certain suspense: wa .. ›Æ „„ ¹ ‘and .. I could not bear to continue listening to them’ Sometimes larger numbers of dots are used for the same effect: wa-ba‘du . . ›KD—eA

2 Case and mood markers Case and mood markers are bound, and may be divided into simple and complex morphemes. The simple morphemes are the short vowels -u, -a, -i and -0 (zero-vowel, sukEn, vowellessness) and denote only case/mood, while the complex markers are long vowels and consonants and mark both number and case/mood, with definiteness being a hybrid feature. 12. g. masc. plur. -Ena) and between singular tanwCn, dual and masculine plural -ni/-na is not symmetrical. Nevertheless the formal and functional similarities between independent/dependent nouns and independent/ dependent verbs justify using the same nomenclature, though in Western grammars these are usually separated into nominative/accusative case for nouns and indicative/subjunctive mood for verbs.

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