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A Grammar of Classical Latin

A Grammar of Classical Latin
For Use in Schools and Colleges

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  • Date Published: September 2016
  • availability: Available
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781316619926

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  • Originally published in 1906, this textbook's principal aim is to give 'the facts of the language as they appear in the accepted models of Classical Latin'. Predominantly written for school students, this highly informative book sets out to educate the grammar of this classical language - the term 'classical' here meant as the 'artificial literacy dialect of which Cicero and Caesar are the recognised exponents in prose, Vergil, Ovid and Horace in poetry'. Chapters are detailed and broad in scope; chapter titles include, 'Phonology', 'Accidence' and 'Prosody'. Notably, 'Accidence and syntax are treated separately, yet, where it seemed convenient, e.g. with the impersonal verbs, the construction of certain words has been given at the same time as their forms and inflexions'. An index of verbs is included for reference. Intended as a reliable and clear introduction, this book will be of great value to anyone with an interest in Latin.

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    • Date Published: September 2016
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781316619926
    • length: 504 pages
    • dimensions: 180 x 127 x 30 mm
    • weight: 1kg
    • availability: Available
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    Introduction, with table of Aryan languages
    Part I. Phonology:
    1. Alphabet
    2. Pronunciation
    3. Syllables
    4. Accent and quantity
    Part II. Accidence:
    5. Inflexion and parts of speech
    6. Gender
    7. Declension of nouns and adjectives
    8. Comparison of adjectives and adverbs
    9. Numerals and fractions
    10. Pronouns
    11. Marking of quantities
    12. Verbs and their conjugation
    13. Principal parts of verbs
    14. Derivative verbs
    15. Irregular, defective verbs
    16. Impersonal verbs
    17. Adverbs
    18. Conjunctions
    19. Prepositions
    20. Interjections
    Part III. Syntax:
    21. Sentences
    22. Subject and predicate
    23. Attribute or enlargement
    24. Analysis of sentences
    25. The concords or rules of agreement
    26. The cases
    27. The cases after prepositions
    28. Conjunctions of time and place
    29. Use of se and suus
    30. Verbs
    their voices and tenses
    31. The moods in simple sentences
    32. The moods in complex sentences
    33. Ōratio obliqua or indirect speech
    34. Order of words and the rhythmical clausula
    Part IV. Prosody:
    35. Metrical quantity and feet
    36. Heroic and elegiac metres
    37. Lyric metres
    38. Technical terms and metrical licenses
    39. Quantity of final syllables
    Part V. Etymology:
    40. Formation of words
    41. Formation of nouns, adjectives and verbs
    42. Origin of the gerundive, gerund and future infinitive active
    43. Origin of some tense-suffixes
    Appendices
    Alphabetical index of verbs
    General index.

  • Author

    Arthur Sloman

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