By Henry John Roby
Henry John Roby (1830-1915) was once a Cambridge-educated classicist whose influential profession incorporated classes as a schoolmaster, professor of Roman legislations, businessman, academic reformer and Member of Parliament. common Latin Grammar (1862) is a whole, concise creation to the Latin language. Written for school room use, it provides crucial grammatical structures within the clearest attainable demeanour, utilizing abundant fabric from the classical authors as demonstrations of easy ideas. The ebook courses the reader via noun and adjective declensions and the complete array of verb conjugations ahead of turning to prosody and syntax, the place Roby's strategies in Latin guideline are most blatant. easy, direct, and dependent upon examples together with texts through Livy and Cicero, the publication exhibits scholars tips on how to parse easy sentences whereas additionally introducing them to extra refined and complicated buildings. It is still an invaluable source for lecturers of Latin, and a desirable rfile within the background of schooling.
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I love, &c. or I am loving, &c. 2. Thou lovest, &c. or &c. 3. H e loves, &c. or &e. Plur. 1. W e love, &c. or &c. 2. Ye love, &c. or &c. 3. They love, &c. or &c. I. in a. II. in e. IV. ini. Smo am as amal amamws amafi's amawi mSneo mones monef monemws moneii* monew# audio audi« audw audlmws audio's taxdiunt lego legts legti legimus legitis legunt Imperfect. Sing. 1. I was loving, &c. 2. Thou wast loving, &c. 3. H e was loving, &c. Plur. 1. We were loving, &o. 2. Ye were loving, &c. 3. They were loving, &c.
Dat. Sing. Vi is often contracted into u, asequitdtu for equitatui; and this appears to be universal in neuter nouns. Plur. The following nouns have uous instead §32. Dat. Abl. of ibus: acus, a needle. artus, a limh. arcus, a bow. portus, a port. lacus, a lake. partus, a birth. quercus, an oak. tribus, a tribe. cave. u, a spit. § 33. DSmus, a house, is thus declined: Singular. Plural. Nom. domus Nom. domus. Ace. domum Ace. domos (rarely domus). Gen. domus Gen. dornuuin, or domorum. Dat. domui Dat.
Aliunde, from another alibi, elsewhere, alio, to another place. place. quScunque,) by whatsoever quocunque, whithersoever, uud^cunque, whencesoever. iibicunque, wheresoever. quaqua, j way. quoquo, how far ? nusquam, nmvhere. quatSnus ? as far as. o ( — ow, accus. ) whither? Quo, whither. Iiilc, hither. co, thither. istuc, to your place. illilc, to that place. eodein, to the same place. hactSnus, thus far. eate"nus, go far. aliquat&nus, to some point. quadamtSnus, to a certain point. e. thitherwards ?
An Elementary Latin Grammar by Henry John Roby