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A Practical Introduction to Latin Prose Composition
Thomas Kerchever Arnold,J a 1816-1898 Spencer
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accusative action adjective agree answer Balbus beginning believe body Caius called cause Cicero clause common comparative connected consequence construction continued death denied dependent desire difference doubt duty emphatic English especially esse Exercise expressed fear followed future genitive gerund give given govern Greek Hence History indicative infin infinitive interest Italy kind Latin letter lived meaning mihi mind negative never nihil notion noun numeral object omitted participle past perf perfect person possible praised precedes preposition pres present principal promises pronoun quam questions quid quod quum received reference relates relative Roman Rome rule sentence sometimes stand subj subjunctive substantive tense thing translated verb virtue VOCABULARY whole wish write
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