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College Latin: An Intermediate Course by Peter L. Corrigan

By Peter L. Corrigan

Providing a much-needed grammar evaluation, in addition to a number of readings that may go well with many various instructing personal tastes, this textbook is helping scholars make the transition from starting- to intermediate-level Latin. After utilizing College Latin, scholars might be reacquainted with all significant Latin grammar subject matters and manage to carry their very own in persisted higher-level studies.

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Boys, it’s necessary to leave. Marcus and Manius, come! VI I. 3. VI I I. A P P OS I T I ON A noun (or a pronoun or even an adjective) can be loosely attached to another noun in order to clarify or restrict it, and is called an appositive. The appositive is always placed in the same case as the noun to which it refers. 13 14 Morphology and Grammar Review Agrippa, meus pater, vocat. Agrippam, meum patrem, vocat. Agrippa, my father, summons. She summons Agrippa, my father. IX. , -ae in the 1st declension genitive and dative singular; -o in the 2nd declension dative and ablative singular; -bus in the 3rd, 4th, and 5th declension dative and ablative plurals), it may not always be evident to a reader which case (or which use of a case) the author intended.

Navis (ex) robore facta est. The ship was made of oak. 18. Of origin (with or without a preposition) gente clarā natus est. He was descended from a famous family. e matre pulchrā natus est. He was born of a beautiful mother. flumen a mari oritur. The river rises from the sea. 19. Of separation (with or without the prepositions a/ab, de, or e/ex) solvite nos ex carcere! Free us from prison! Caesar te noxā servavit. Caesar saved you from harm. 20. 21. 1) domo cucurrit. He ran from home. Romā contendo.

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