9780486448060

Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar

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    9780486448060

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  • Edition: Bilingual
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-02-10
  • Publisher: Dover Publications

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Summary

A venerable resource for nearly 120 years, Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar is regarded by students and teachers as the finest Latin language guide available. Concise, comprehensive, and well-organized, it is unrivaled in depth and clarity, placing a wealth of advice on usage, vocabulary, diction, composition, and syntax within easy reach of Latin scholars at all levels. This modestly priced edition of the classic reference grammar is ideal for students of history, religion, and literature.

Table of Contents

PART I WORDS AND FORMS
LETTERS AND SOUNDS
1(10)
Alphabet; Classification of Sounds
1(2)
Orthography, Syllables, Pronunciation
3(2)
Quantity and Accent
5(2)
Combinations; Phonetic Changes
7(4)
WORDS AND THEIR FORMS
11(5)
Parts of Speech
11(1)
Inflection; Root, Stem, and Base
12(2)
Gender, Number, and Case
14(2)
DECLENSION OF NOUNS
16(30)
General Rules of Declension
17(1)
First Declension
18(2)
Second Declension
20(4)
Third Declension
24(13)
Mute Stems
26(1)
Liquid and Nasal Stems
27(2)
Pure i-Stems
29(1)
Mixed i-Stems
30(3)
Irregular Nouns
33(1)
Greek Nouns
34(2)
Rules of Gender
36(1)
Fourth Declension
37(2)
Fifth Declension
39(1)
Defective and Variable Nouns
40(5)
Names of Persons
45(1)
INFLECTION OF ADJECTIVES
46(17)
First and Second Declensions
46(3)
Third Declension
49(6)
Comparison
55(3)
Numerals
58(5)
INFLECTION OF PRONOUNS
63(9)
Personal, Reflexive, Possessive, Demonstrative
63(5)
Relative, Interrogative, Indefinite
68(3)
Correlatives (Pronouns and Adverbs)
71(1)
CONJUGATION OF VERBS
72(54)
Inflection
72(1)
Signification: Voice, Mood, Tense
73(3)
Personal Endings
76(1)
Forms: Stem and Verb-Endings
77(4)
The Verb Sum
81(3)
Regular Verbs
84(19)
The Four Conjugations; Principal Parts
84(1)
Formation of the Three Stems
85(5)
Synopsis of the Verb
90(1)
Peculiarities of Conjugation
91(1)
First Conjugation
92(4)
Second Conjugation
96(2)
Third Conjugation
98(2)
Fourth Conjugation
100(2)
Verbs in 45 of the Third Conjugation
102(1)
Deponent Verbs
103(3)
Periphrastic Conjugations
106(2)
Irregular Verbs
108(8)
Defective Verbs
116(3)
Impersonal Verbs
119(2)
Classified Lists of Verbs
121(5)
PARTICLES
126(14)
Adverbs
126(4)
Prepositions
130(7)
Conjunctions
137(2)
Interjections
139(1)
FORMATION OF WORDS
140(23)
Roots and Stems
140(1)
Suffixes: Primary; Significant Endings
141(2)
Derivation of Nouns
143(5)
Derivation of Adjectives
148(6)
Nouns with Adjective Suffixes; Irregular Derivatives
154(2)
Derivation of Verbs
156(4)
Compound Words
160(3)
PART II SYNTAX
INTRODUCTORY NOTE
163(1)
THE SENTENCE
164(4)
Definitions: Subject and Predicate, Modification, etc.
164(4)
Agreement: the Four Concords
168(1)
NOUNS: Apposition; Predicate Agreement
168(2)
ADJECTIVES
170(6)
Rules of Agreement
171(1)
Special Uses
172(4)
PRONOUNS
176(17)
Personal and Demonstrative
176(4)
Reflexive
180(3)
Possessive
183(1)
Relative
184(5)
Indefinite
189(3)
Alias and alter
192(1)
VERBS
193(3)
Verb and Subject, Incomplete Sentences
193(3)
PARTICLES: Adverbs, Conjunctions, Negatives
196(9)
QUESTIONS
205(4)
CONSTRUCTION OF CASES
209(1)
Introductory Note
209(1)
NOMINATIVE CASE
210(1)
VOCATIVE CASE
210(1)
GENITIVE CASE
210(14)
Genitive with Nouns
211(5)
Possessive Genitive
211(2)
Genitive of Material, of Quality
213(1)
Partitive Genitive
213(2)
Objective Genitive
215(1)
Genitive with Adjectives
216(2)
Genitive with Verbs
218(5)
Verbs of Remembering and Forgetting
218(1)
Verbs of Reminding
219(1)
Verbs of Accusing, Condemning, and Acquitting
220(1)
Verbs of Feeling
221(1)
Interest and Wert
221(1)
Verbs of Plenty and Want; Special Verbs
222(1)
Peculiar Genitives; Exclamatory, etc
223(1)
DATIVE CASE
224(16)
Indirect Object with Transitives
225(2)
Indirect Object with Intransitives
227(5)
Dative of Possession
232(1)
Dative of the Agent
233(1)
Dative of Reference
234(2)
Ethical Dative
236(1)
Dative of Separation
236(1)
Dative of the Purpose or End
237(1)
Dative with Adjectives
238(2)
ACCUSATIVE CASE
240(8)
Direct Object
240(2)
Cognate Accusative
242(2)
Two Accusatives
244(3)
Idiomatic and Special Uses
247(1)
ABLATIVE CASE
248(18)
Uses of the Ablative Proper
249(7)
Ablative of Separation
249(1)
Ablative of Source and Material
250(2)
Ablative of Cause
252(1)
Ablative of Agent
253(1)
Ablative of Comparison
254(2)
Uses of the Ablative as Instrumental
256(9)
Ablative of Means or Instrument
256(2)
Ablative of Manner
258(1)
Ablative of Accompaniment
258(1)
Ablative of Degree of Difference
259(1)
Ablative of Quality
260(1)
Ablative of Price
261(1)
Ablative of Specification
262(1)
Ablative Absolute
263(2)
Uses of the Ablative as Locative
265(1)
TIME AND PLACE
266(8)
SPECIAL USES OF PREPOSITIONS
274(2)
SYNTAX OF THE VERB
276(1)
MOODS
276(17)
Introductory Note
276(1)
INDICATIVE MOOD
277(1)
SUBJUNCTIVE IN INDEPENDENT SENTENCES
278(5)
Hortatory Subjunctive
278(1)
Hortatory Subjunctive in Concessions
279(1)
Optative Subjunctive
280(1)
Deliberative Subjunctive
281(1)
Potential Subjunctive
282(1)
IMPERATIVE MOOD
283(3)
Prohibition (Negative Command)
285(1)
INFINITIVE MOOD
286(7)
Infinitive as Noun
286(1)
Infinitive with Impersonals
287(2)
Complementary Infinitive
289(1)
Infinitive with Subject Accusative
290(1)
Infinitive of Purpose; Peculiar Infinitives
290(2)
Exclamatory Infinitive
292(1)
Historical Infinitive
292(1)
TENSES
293(16)
Introductory Note
293(1)
TENSES OF TFIE INDICATIVE
293(8)
Present Tense
293(3)
Imperfect Tense
296(2)
Future Tense
298(1)
Perfect Tense
298(2)
Pluperfect Tense
300(1)
Future Perfect Tense
300(1)
Epistolary Tenses
301(1)
TENSES OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE
301(6)
Sequence of Tenses
302(5)
TENSES OF THE INFINITIVE
307(2)
PARTICIPLES
309(7)
Distinctions of Tense
309(2)
Uses of Participles
311(3)
Future Active Participle
314(1)
Gerundive (Future Passive Participle)
315(1)
GERUND AND GERUNDIVE
316(4)
SUPINE
320(1)
CONDITIONAL SENTENCES
321(17)
Introductory Note
321(1)
Protasis and Apodosis
322(1)
Classification of Conditions
323(2)
Simple Present and Past Conditions
325(1)
Future Conditions
326(502)
Conditions Contrary to Fact
828
General Conditions
331(1)
Conditional Relative Clauses
332(1)
Condition Disguised
333(1)
Condition Omitted
334(1)
Complex Conditions
335(1)
Clauses of Comparison (Conclusion Omitted)
336(1)
Use of SI and its Compounds
337(1)
CONCESSIVE CLAUSES
338(2)
CLAUSES OF PROVISO
340(1)
CLAUSES OF PURPOSE (FINAL CLAUSES)
340(3)
CLAUSES OF CHARACTERISTIC
343(3)
CLAUSES OF RESULT (CONSECUTIVE CLAUSES)
346(2)
CAUSAL CLAUSES
348(2)
TEMPORAL CLAUSES
350(9)
Ubi, at, cum, quando, as Indefinite Relatives
350(1)
Postquam, ubi, ut, simul atque
351(1)
Cum Temporal
352(2)
Cum Causal or Concessive
354(1)
Antequam and priusquam
355(2)
Dum, donec, and quoad
357(2)
CLAUSES WITH quin AND quominus
359(3)
SUBSTANTIVE CLAUSES
362(1)
Introductory Note
362(11)
Substantive Clauses of Purpose and Infinitive Clauses
362(5)
Substantive Clauses of Result (Consecutive Clauses)
367(2)
Indicative with quod
369(1)
Indirect Questions
370(3)
INDIRECT DISCOURSE
373(11)
Introductory Note
373(1)
Declaratory Sentences
374(3)
Subordinate Clauses
377(1)
Tenses of the Infinitive
378(1)
Tenses of the Subjunctive
379(1)
Questions in Indirect Discourse
380(1)
Commands in Indirect Discourse
381(1)
Conditions in Indirect Discourse
381(3)
INTERMEDIATE CLAUSES
384(3)
Informal Indirect Discourse
385(1)
Subjunctive of Integral Part (Attraction)
386(1)
IMPORTANT RULES OF SYNTAX
387(6)
ORDER OF WORDS
393(8)
General Rules
393(5)
Special Rules
398(1)
Structure of the Period
399(2)
PROSODY
QUANTITY
401(4)
RHYTHM
405(5)
Introductory Note
405(1)
Measures of Rhythm; Feet
406(3)
The Musical Accent; Caesura; Diaeresis
409(1)
VERSIFICATION
410(16)
The Verse; Scansion and Elision
410(1)
Dactylic Verse
411(3)
Dactylic Hexameter
411(2)
Elegiac Stanza; Other Dactylic Verses
413(1)
Iambic Verse
414(3)
Iambic Trimeter
414(2)
Other Iambic Measures
416(1)
Trochaic Verse
417(1)
Mixed Measures
418(1)
Logazedic Verse
418(3)
Metres of Horace
421(7)
Index to the Metres of Horace
423(2)
Other Lyric Poets
425(1)
Miscellaneous Measures
425(1)
EARLY PROSODY
426(2)
MISCELLANEOUS
428(4)
Reckoning of Time
428(1)
Measures of Value, Length, and Capacity
429(3)
GLOSSARY OF TERMS 432(4)
INDEX OF VERBS 436(9)
INDEX OF WORDS AND SUBJECTS 445(31)
LATIN AUTHORS AND THEIR WORKS 476(3)
PARALLEL REFERENCES 479

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