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Practical Introduction to Latin Prose Composition
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Preparatory tables; 1. Nominative case and verb; 2. Accusative with infinitive; 3. Accusative with infinitive continued; 4. Agreement of adjective with substantive; 5. The relative; 6. Infinitive used substantively; 7 Relative continued; 8. Relative continued; 9. Relative continued; 10. Ut, ne expressing a purpose; 11. Ut expressing a consequence; 12. English infinitive translated by ut with subj.; 13. Ut, &c. continued; 14. Quin after negative sentences; 15. Quominus; 16. Interrogative sentences; 17. Interrogative words; 18. Dependent questions; 19. Double questions; 20. May, can, &c. as principal verbs; 21. Apposition; 22. Nominative after the verb; 23. Dative after esse; 24. The genitive; 25. The genitive continued; 26. The genitive after adjectives; 27. The genitive continued; 28. The genitive continued; 29. The genitive continued; 30. The dative; 31. The dative continued; 32. The dative continued; 33. The dative continued; 34. Verbs that take a second dative; 35. The accusative; 36. The accusative continued; 37. The ablative; 38. The ablative continued; 39. The vocative; 40. The passive voice; 41. The passive voice continued; 42. Time; 43. Place; 44. Gerunds and partic. in dus; 45. Participles; 46. Participles continued; 47. Participles continued; 48. Pronouns; 49. Pronouns continued; 50. Pronouns continued; 51. Pronouns continued; 52. Comparison; 53. Remarks on some of the tenses; 54. Remarks on the tenses continued; 55. Forms of conditional propositions; 56. Conditional propositions continued; 57. Conditional propositions in dependent sentences; 58. On oblique narration; 59. Oblique narration continued; 60. Qui with subjunctive; 61. Qui with the subjunctive continued; 62. Quum with the indicative; 63. Antequam and priusquam; 64. Dum, donec, quoad, &c.; 65. Quod; 66. The Roman calendar; 67. Connection of propositions by the relative, &c.; 68. On the Roman way of reckoning money; 69. On the division of the As, &c.; Table of differences of idioms, &c.; Questions on the cautions; Questions on the syntax; Indexes.

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