9780300102154

Learn to Read Latin (Student Text - Paper)

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    9780300102154

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    0300102151

  • Edition: Bilingual
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  • Copyright: 2003-12-11
  • Publisher: Yale University Press

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Stephanie Russell is a classics teacher at Collegiate School in New York City.

Table of Contents

Preface xvii
Acknowledgments xix
Description and Use of Learn to Read Latin xx
List of Abbreviations
xxiv
Introduction
The Latin Language 1(2)
Pronunciation of Classical Latin 3(6)
Language Study: Vocabulary, Morphology, and Syntax 9(2)
Chapter I
Vocabulary
11(4)
Vocabulary Notes
12(1)
Prepositions
12(2)
Derivatives and Cognates
14(1)
The Latin Noun and Its Properties: Gender, Number, Case
15(3)
Nominative Case
15(1)
Nominative, Subject
15(1)
Predicate Nominative
16(1)
Genitive Case
16(1)
Genitive of Possession
16(1)
Dative Case
16(1)
Dative of Reference
16(1)
Dative of Indirect Object
16(1)
Accusative Case
17(1)
Accusative, Direct Object
17(1)
Ablative Case
17(1)
Ablative of Accompaniment
17(1)
Ablative of Means
18(1)
Vocative Case
18(1)
The Five Declensions
18(1)
Finding the Stem
19(1)
Noun Morphology: First Declension
19(2)
Noun Morphology: Second Declension
21(3)
Chapter II
Vocabulary
24(4)
Vocabulary Notes
25(1)
Principal Parts
25(3)
The Finite Latin Verb and Its Properties: Person, Number, Tense, Voice, Mood
28(1)
The Latin Tenses of the Indicative Mood: Overview
29(1)
The Vocabulary Entry for a Verb: Principal Parts
30(1)
The Four Conjugations
31(1)
Finding the Present Stem
31(1)
Present, Imperfect, and Future Active Indicative of First and Second Conjugations
32(2)
Present Active Indicative of First and Second Conjugations
32(1)
Imperfect Active Indicative of First and Second Conjugations
33(1)
Future Active Indicative of First and Second Conjugations
34(1)
Present, Imperfect, and Future Active Indicative of the Irregular Verbs sum and possum
34(3)
Present Active Indicative of sum and possum
35(1)
Imperfect Active Indicative of sum and possum
35(1)
Future Active Indicative of sum and possum
36(1)
The Two Meanings of the Verb sum
36(1)
Distinguishing Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
37(1)
Complementary Infinitive
37(1)
Object Infinitive
38(1)
Dative of the Possessor
38(1)
Expressions of Possession Compared
39(1)
Introduction to the Latin Sentence and Prose Word Order
39(5)
Guidelines for Reading and Translating Latin Sentences
42(1)
Short Readings
43(1)
Names in Latin I
44(3)
Chapter III
Vocabulary
47(3)
Vocabulary Notes
48(1)
Adjectives
48(2)
First-Second-Declension Adjectives
50(1)
Noun-Adjective Agreement
51(1)
Substantive Use of the Adjective
52(1)
Predicate Adjective
52(1)
Introduction to the Passive Voice
53(1)
Present, Imperfect, and Future Passive Indicative of First and Second Conjugations
53(3)
Passive Personal Endings
53(1)
Present Passive Indicative of First and Second Conjugations
54(1)
Imperfect Passive Indicative of First and Second Conjugations
55(1)
Future Passive Indicative of First and Second Conjugations
56(1)
Synopsis I: Present Active and Passive Indicative
56(1)
Ablative of Personal Agent
57(1)
The Uses of video in the Passive Voice
58(1)
Ablative of Manner
58(1)
Subject Infinitive
59(1)
Apposition
59(1)
The Irregular Verb eo
60(2)
Short Readings
61(1)
Chapter IV
Vocabulary
62(3)
Vocabulary Notes
63(2)
Present, Imperfect, and Future Active and Passive Indicative of Third, Third i-stem, and Fourth Conjugations
65(3)
Present Active and Passive Indicative of Third, Third i-stem, and Fourth Conjugations
65(1)
Imperfect Active and Passive Indicative of Third, Third i-stem, and Fourth Conjugations
66(1)
Future Active and Passive Indicative of Third, Third i-stem, and Fourth Conjugations
67(1)
Present Passive Infinitive of All Verbs
68(1)
Present Active and Passive Imperative of All Verbs
69(1)
Synopsis II: Present Active and Passive Indicative, Infinitive, and Imperative
70(1)
Partitive Genitive
71(1)
Subjective Genitive
71(1)
Objective Genitive
72(1)
Personal Pronouns
73(1)
Possessive Adjectives
74(2)
Ablative of Respect
76(3)
Short Readings
77(1)
Longer Readings
78(1)
Chapter V
Vocabulary
79(4)
Vocabulary Notes
80(1)
Compound Verbs, Prefixes, Assimilation, and Vowel Weakening
80(3)
The Perfect Active System
83(1)
Finding the Perfect Active Stem
83(1)
Perfect, Pluperfect, and Future Perfect Active Indicative of All Verbs
83(3)
Perfect Active Indicative of All Verbs
83(1)
Pluperfect Active Indicative of All Verbs
84(1)
Future Perfect Active Indicative of All Verbs
85(1)
Synopsis III: Present Indicative System, Perfect Active Indicative System, Infinitive, and Imperative
86(1)
The Irregular Third-Conjugation Verb fero
87(1)
Reflexive Pronouns
87(2)
Reflexive-Possessive Adjectives
89(1)
The Intensive Adjective ipse, ipsa, ipsum
89(1)
Adverbs I
90(1)
Subordinate Clauses I
91(2)
Conditional Sentences I
93(7)
Simple Conditional Sentences
93(1)
Future More Vivid Conditional Sentences
94(2)
Short Readings
96(3)
Longer Reading
99(1)
Chapter VI
Vocabulary
100(3)
Vocabulary Notes
101(2)
The Perfect Passive System
103(1)
Perfect, Pluperfect, and Future Perfect Passive Indicative of All Verbs
103(3)
Perfect Passive Indicative of All Verbs
103(1)
Pluperfect Passive Indicative of All Verbs
104(1)
Future Perfect Passive Indicative of All Verbs
104(1)
The Omission of sum in Compound Verb Forms
105(1)
A Note on the Perfect Passive Participle
105(1)
Synopsis IV: Indicative, Infinitive, and Imperative
106(1)
Noun Morphology: Third Declension
107(3)
Case Endings of the Third Declension
107(1)
Case Endings of the Third Declension i-Stem
108(1)
The Irregular Third-Declension Noun vis
109(1)
Ablative of Separation
110(1)
Ablative of Cause
110(1)
Ablative of Place From Which
111(1)
Ablative of Place Where and the Locative Case
111(1)
Ablative of Place Where
111(1)
Locative Case
111(1)
Accusative of Place To Which
112(1)
Impersonal Passive
112(6)
Short Readings
113(2)
Longer Readings
115(3)
Names in Latin II
118(2)
Chapter VII
Vocabulary
120(5)
Vocabulary Notes
121(4)
Introduction to the Subjunctive
125(1)
Present Active and Passive Subjunctive of All Verbs
125(2)
Imperfect Active and Passive Subjunctive of All Verbs
127(1)
Perfect and Pluperfect Active Subjunctive of All Verbs
128(1)
Perfect Active Subjunctive of All Verbs
128(1)
Pluperfect Active Subjunctive of All Verbs
128(1)
Perfect and Pluperfect Passive Subjunctive of All Verbs
129(1)
Perfect Passive Subjunctive of All Verbs
129(1)
Pluperfect Passive Subjunctive of All Verbs
129(1)
Synopsis V: Indicative, Subjunctive, Infinitive, and Imperative
130(1)
Three Independent Uses of the Subjunctive
131(2)
Hortatory/Jussive Subjunctive
131(1)
Negative Commands
131(1)
Potential Subjunctive
131(1)
Optative Subjunctive
132(1)
Conditional Sentences II
133(3)
Future Less Vivid Conditional Sentences
134(1)
Contrary-to-Fact Conditional Sentences
134(1)
Mixed Conditional Sentences
134(2)
Dative of Purpose and the Double Dative Construction
136(1)
Dative of Advantage, Dative of Disadvantage
136(7)
Short Readings
137(4)
Longer Readings
141(2)
Greetings and Interjections in Latin
143(3)
Vocabulary
143(3)
Chapter VIII
Vocabulary
146(3)
Vocabulary Notes
147(1)
Deponent and Semideponent Verbs
147(2)
Noun Morphology: Fourth Declension
149(1)
Noun Morphology: Fifth Declension
150(1)
Third-Declension Adjectives
151(1)
Adverbs II
152(1)
Demonstrative Adjectives/Pronouns: hic, iste, and ille
153(2)
Special Uses of the Demonstrative Adjectives/Pronouns
154(1)
Deponent Verbs
155(2)
Semideponent Verbs
157(1)
Accusative of Duration of Time
158(1)
Ablative of Time When
159(1)
Ablative of Time Within Which
159(17)
Short Readings
160(5)
Longer Readings
165(11)
About Meter I
176(5)
Introduction to Quantitative Meter
176(1)
Dactylic Hexameter and Elegiac Couplet
176(1)
Elision, Caesura, Diaeresis, and Hiatus
177(2)
Ictus and Accent
179(1)
General Guidelines for Reading Latin Poetry
180(1)
Chapter IX
Vocabulary
181(4)
Vocabulary Notes
182(3)
Purpose Clauses and the Sequence of Tenses
185(3)
Summary of the Rules of Sequence of Tenses
188(1)
Indirect Commands
188(1)
The Relative Pronoun qui, quae, quod and the Relative Clause
189(2)
A Note on Restrictive and Nonrestrictive Relative Clauses
191(1)
Special Features of the Relative Pronoun
191(2)
The Indefinite or Generic Antecedent
191(1)
The Connective Relative
192(1)
Placement of the Antecedent in and After the Relative Clause
193(1)
The Interrogative Pronoun quis, quid
193(1)
The Interrogative Adjective qui, quae, quod
194(1)
Nine Irregular Adjectives
194(1)
Dative with an Intransitive Verb
195(15)
Short Readings
196(5)
Longer Readings
201(9)
Numbers in Latin
210(3)
Chapter X
Vocabulary
213(5)
Vocabulary Notes
214(4)
Relative Clauses of Purpose
218(1)
Relative Clauses of Characteristic
219(2)
Introduction to Participles
221(2)
Participles of Irregular Verbs
222(1)
Participles of Deponent and Semideponent Verbs
222(1)
Synopsis VI: Indicative, Subjunctive, Participles, Infinitives, and Imperative
223(1)
Notes on the Participle: Relative Time; Attributive and Circumstantial Uses
224(2)
Ablative Absolute
226(1)
Active and Passive Periphrastics
227(1)
Dative of Agent with the Passive Periphrastic
228(1)
Genitive of Description
228(1)
Ablative of Description
229(1)
Ablative of Origin
229(33)
Short Readings
230(8)
Longer Readings
238(22)
Continuous Readings
260(2)
Rhetorical Terms
262(3)
Chapter XI
Vocabulary
265(4)
Vocabulary Notes
266(3)
Infinitives
269(2)
Periphrastic Infinitives
270(1)
Synopsis VII: Complete
271(1)
Indirect Statement and the Subject Accusative
272(2)
A Note on the Subject Accusative
274(1)
Subordinate Clauses in Indirect Statement
275(1)
Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
276(3)
Comparative Degree of Adjectives
276(1)
Comparative Degree of Adverbs
277(1)
Superlative Degree of Adjectives
277(1)
Superlative Degree of Adverbs
278(1)
Irregular Comparison of Adjectives and Adverbs
279(1)
Constructions with the Comparative and Superlative Degrees
280(34)
Short Readings
282(7)
Longer Readings
289(20)
Continuous Readings
309(5)
About Meter II
314(5)
Common Terms and Metrical Units of Latin Lyric Poetry
314(1)
Hendecasyllable
315(1)
Choliambic (Limping Iambic)
315(1)
Sapphic Strophe
316(1)
Asclepiadean Meters
316(1)
Archilochian Meter
317(1)
Alcaic Strophe
318(1)
Chapter XII
Vocubulary
319(4)
Vocabulary Notes
320(3)
Direct Questions
323(1)
Deliberative Subjunctive
324(1)
Indirect Questions
325(2)
Doubting Clauses
327(1)
Subordinate Clauses II: The Conjunction cum
327(1)
The Irregular Verbs volo, nolo, and malo
328(1)
Negative Commands with noli or nolite and an Infinitive
329(1)
Dative with a Compound Verb
330(34)
Short Readings
331(8)
Longer Readings
339(20)
Continuous Readings
359(5)
Unassimilated Forms, Archaic Spellings, and Syncopation
364(2)
Unassimilated Forms and Archaic Spellings
364(1)
Syncopation of Forms in the Perfect Active System
364(2)
Chapter XIII
Vocabulary
366(3)
Vocabulary Notes
367(2)
Gerunds and Gerundives
369(2)
Subordinate Clauses III
371(2)
Subordinate Clauses with Verbs in the Indicative Mood
371(1)
Subordinate Clauses with Verbs in the Subjunctive Mood
372(1)
Proviso Clauses
373(1)
Correlatives
373(2)
The Irregular Verb fio
375(1)
Adverbial Accusative
376(1)
Accusative of Exclamation
376(1)
Genitive of Indefinite Value
377(1)
Ablative of Price
377(40)
Short Readings
379(14)
Longer Readings
393(20)
Continuous Readings
413(4)
Adverbs of Place
417(2)
Vocabulary
417(1)
Short Readings
418(1)
Chapter XIV
Vocabulary
419(4)
Vocabulary Notes
420(3)
Result Clauses
423(1)
Relative Clauses of Result
424(1)
Substantive Ut Clauses
424(1)
Fore ut Construction
425(1)
Impersonal Constructions I: licet, necesse est, and oportet
426(1)
Genitive of Characteristic
427(43)
Short Readings
428(17)
Longer Readings
445(19)
Continuous Readings
464(6)
Chapter XV
Vocabulary
470(3)
Vocabulary Notes
471(2)
Fear Clauses
473(1)
Prevention Clauses
474(1)
Impersonal Constructions II: miseret, paenitet, piget, pudet, taedet, refert, interest
475(2)
Verbs Expressing Emotion
475(1)
Verbs Expressing Concern or Interest
476(1)
Direct and Indirect Reflexives
477(1)
Subjunctive by Attraction
478(1)
Supine
478(1)
Accusative of Respect
479(1)
Accusative, Direct Object of a Middle Voice Verb
479(1)
Historical Infinitive
480(55)
Short Readings
481(18)
Longer Readings
499(29)
Continuous Readings
528(7)
Latin to English Vocabulary 535(12)
Morphology Appendix 547(28)
Appendix P 575(2)
Index of Authors and Passages 577(4)
General Index 581

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