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Hand-Book of Latin Notes free pdf Excerpt from Hand-Book of Latin Notes: Based for the Most Part Upon- The Syntax of the Latin Verb and Case Relations of Professor Peters, (University of Virginia-)- And Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar 3. In abstract relations, with a preposition. Ex. - In furorem incidere: to fall into a rage. In servitutem redigere: to reduce to servitude. In potestatem venire: to come into power. In fugam dare: to put to flight. Note. - The preposition may be in composition with the verb and it may also be repeated. But names of towns, cities and small islands, used to show place whither, are put in the Accusative without a preposition. Likewise observe domum, domos (home), and rus (into the country). Note also the forms eo (thither, to that place), quo (whither), alio (to another place), aliquo (to some, any place). Ex. - Legati Roman venerunt: the ambassadors came to Rome. Athenas rediit: he has returned to Athens. Tarentum proficiscitur: he is starting (setting out) for Tarentum. Rem. 1, a. The possessives meam, suam, nostrum, etc., may modify domum, in which case no preposition should be used. Ex. - Meam, tuam, nostram, etc., domum: to my, your, our, etc., home. b. With a Genitive of the possessor, or an adjective of like force, the preposition may be used or omitted. Ex. - Domum Lucii, or in domum Lucii: to the house (home) of Lucius. Domum Pompeium, or in domum Pompeiam: to the house of Pompey. c. With any other adjective or Genitive the preposition should be used. Ex. - In hane, aliam, gratam, domum: to this, another, pleasant, home. Rem. 2, a. When the name of a city, etc., in the Accusative of the Terminus or End is associated with an appositive urbem, oppidum, insulam, etc., the preposition is used and precedes both. Ex. - Ad urbem Ilerdam: to the city of Ilerda. Ad urbem Syracusas: to the city of Syracuse. b. When the appositive urbem, etc., is defined by an adjective or Genitive, the preposition may be used, in which case the name of the city, etc., best precedes it. If the preposition is omitted, the name of the city, etc., must precede the appositive word. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully- any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

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Author : E W Bosworth
Publisher : Forgotten Books
Data Published : 27 September 2015
ISBN : 1330476654
EAN : 9781330476659
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Number of Pages : 134 pages
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    . Excerpt from Hand-Book of Latin Notes: Based for the Most Part Upon- The Syntax of the Latin Verb and Case Relations of Professor Peters, (University of Virginia-)- And Gildersleeve's Latin Grammar