9780521385879

Cambridge Latin Course North American edition

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  • ISBN13:

    9780521385879

  • ISBN10:

    0521385873

  • Edition: 3rd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1992-05-29
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Summary

This clear and compact guide to the Latin language is especially prepared to help with both reference and revision. A Student's Latin Grammar presents the language for the student who is learning to read Latin, as well as for the student learning to compose. It concentrates on basic and commonly met points rather than minor or unusual technicalities. Reflecting the tradition of the Cambridge Latin Course, A Student's Latin Grammar is usable by all students of Latin whatever their syllabus. It contains a comprehensive index to help students in referring to explanations of Latin inflections and constructions and provides exercises and practice examples of grammatical points to help students with their revision. A modern school/college grammar for today's Latin students.

Table of Contents

Student's Introduction 6(1)
Teacher's Introduction 7(2)
PART ONE: MORPHOLOGY (formation of words) 9(40)
1 Nouns
9(4)
2 Adjectives
13(2)
3 Adverbs
15(1)
4 Comparison
16(2)
5 Pronouns
18(7)
6 Numerals
25(2)
7 Verbs
27(10)
7a Summary of Verb Forms
27(1)
7b Indicative Active
28(2)
7c Indicative Passive
30(2)
7d Subjunctive Active
32(2)
7e Subjunctive Passive
34(1)
7f Other Forms
34(3)
8 Deponent Verbs
37(5)
8a Indicative
37(2)
8b Subjunctive
39(1)
8c Other Forms
40(1)
8d Semi-Deponent Verbs
41(1)
9 Irregular Verbs
42(7)
PART TWO: SYNTAX (formation of sentences) 49(38)
10 Statements
49(1)
11 Questions
49(2)
12 Commands
51(1)
13 Wishes
52(1)
14 Common Uses of the Cases
52(6)
15 Time and Place
58(2)
16 Common Prepositions
60(1)
17 Agreement
61(1)
18 Attributive and Predicative Uses of Adjectives and Nouns
62(1)
19 Impersonal Use of Verbs
63(1)
20 Uses of the Participles
64(3)
21 Uses of the Infinitives
67(2)
22 Main Clauses and Subordinate Clauses
69(1)
23 Common Types of Subordinate Clause
70(8)
24 Conditional Sentences
78(2)
25 Indirect Speech
80(5)
26 Uses of the Gerund, Gerundive, and Supine
85(2)
PART THREE: WORD ORDER AND SENTENCE STRUCTURE 87(7)
27 Word Order in Short Sentences
87(2)
28 Word Order in Longer Sentences
89(2)
29 Noun and Adjective Phrases
91(2)
30 Omission of Words from Sentences
93(1)
PART FOUR: MISCELLANEOUS 94(37)
31 How to Use a Latin-English Dictionary
94(4)
32 List of Predicative Datives
98(1)
33 Lists of Adjectives with Special Cases
99(2)
34 Lists of Verbs with Special Cases
101(4)
35 Summary of Subjunctive Uses
105(4)
36 Principal Parts of Some Common Verbs
109(7)
37 Examples of Cognate Words
116(2)
38 Notes on Pronunciation
118(3)
39 Basic Metrics
121(3)
40 Figures of Speech
124(7)
Vocabulary 131(9)
Index 140

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