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SUMMARY OF GRAMMAR ARTICLES.

For the convenience of schools in which the Public Schools Latin Primer is used, the following summary has been compiled, shewing what paragraphs of the Primer correspond more or less closely to those paragraphs of the Clarendon Press Latin Grammar to which reference has been made in the course of this work. In cases where the rules given in the Primer do not exactly illustrate the point under notice, a short summary of the Clarendon Press Grammar rule is given, or a reference made to paragraphs of this book.

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mirus, rudis, trux, have no 62,=Pr., $ 75.

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'anno ante Christum natum bis 117, c,=Pr., § 107, C.

millesimo octingentesimo sep118, C, note 1. Many Verbs take a tuagesimo quinto.'

Dat, of the person and Acc. of 167,=Pr., $ 38, (9).
the thing, as, invideo hoc tibi, 170-2,=Pr., N. E. IV, C.
I begrudge you this.

183. Hendiadys=use of two Sub119. Verbs that only take a Dat. in stantives instead of Substantive

the Act, are Impersonal in the and Adjective to express one ob-
Pass., e. g. 'I persuade' is per ject, as, pateris libamus et auro,
suadeo, but • I am persuaded' for libamus aureis pateris.
is persuadetur mihi, not per 200-8,=Pr., App. ii, III.
suadeor.

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vobis, write mecum, tecum, &c. 133, =Pr., § 129.

222-9,=Pr., § 91, N. S. I, D, E. 134-7,=Pr., $$ 68-9, 140-4, N. S. 230-4,=Pr., $$ 93-4, 109, N. S. II, VII.

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255. 'In’a place, except with towns

and small islands, gen. requires

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this book. 259. Mutare=(1) to give in ex

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sised by the words ' ne quidem'

is placed between them. 372. Propior, proximus, pridie, pos

tridie often take an Acc. 373. Quam is often omitted after

plus, amplius, minus. 374. For entrust abdy with com

mand,' 'threaten abdy with death,' write in Latin 'entrust command to abdy,' 'threaten

death to abdy.' 376. For “he is dead," the trees

are cut down,' &c., where a completed action is spoken of, the Perfect should be used in

Latin. 377,=Pr., N. S. IX, F, b, (6), b. 379, =Pr., § 141, 6. 383. Licet, necesse est, oportet, often

take Subj. without ut. 384. Nemo has Acc. neminem, Dat.

nemini, but no Gen, or Abl, in Classical Latin. Use nullius,

nullo, for neminis, nemine. 385. See § 117, &, note, of this

book.

THE END.

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