A New Latin Syntax

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Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, 1 Ιαν 1959 - 267 σελίδες
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This book gives a historical account of the chief Latin constructions, aiming to equip students to interpret texts as well as to write correct Latin. The Index of Passages Quoted makes it useful as a reference work for teachers. This is a necessary reference and an indispensable vademecum for teachers and advanced students.
 

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This is different and slightly more advanced than most Latin grammars currently available; it is also interesting as it takes into account the historical development of the language (up to and including the Classical period). Ανάγνωση ολόκληρης της κριτικής

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THE ACCUSATIVE CASE I
1
Extent or duration 134 Accusative
13
The infinitive with adjectives
23
Sociative
38
THE FUNCTIONS OF THE GENITIVE CASE
50
possessive subjective objective partitive definition description
59
The ablative v quam in expressions of com
68
THE MOODS THE SUBJUNCTIVE USED INDEPENDENTLY
83
THE GERUND AND GERUNDIVE
157
IMPERSONAL VERBS
166
TEMPORAL CLAUSES
172
General remarks 215 Temporal clauses indicating time after
185
Open conditions 192 Conditions implying denial 193
191
CAUSAL AND CONCESSIVE CLAUSES
196
Open conditions particular
197
The moods in causal clauses 241 The causal conjunctions quod
203

General remarks adjectival v adverbial or predicative uses
89
ALTERNATIVES TO THE SUBJUNCTIVE IN EXPRESSIONS
92
The participle an adverbial
96
THE SUBJUNCTIVE IN SUBORDINATE CLAUSES FINAL
98
GENERIC AND CONSECUTIVE CLAUSES
114
CONSECUTIVE ADVERBCLAUSES AND NOUNCLAUSES
120
QUESTIONS DIRECT AND INDIRECT
127
Notes on unusual uses of present
139
THE CONJUNCTIONS QUOMINUS AND QUIN
140
CONDITIONAL CLAUSES
147
Descriptive Miclauses 156 Descriptive or generic clauses
155
Classification of comparative clauses 251 The comparative con
211
SUBORDINATE CLAUSES IN O 0
223
The conjunction quom or cum 230 Summary of types of qui
229
CONDITIONAL CLAUSES IN O O REPRAESENTATIO
234
The parallel constructions of cum 232 Determinative
237
The eight normal types of conditional clause converted to O
241
SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY
243
The present and perfect subjunc
245
Summary of uses
247
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E. C. Woodcock was a graduate of St. John's College, Cambridge, and was a young lecturer at Manchester before being appointed to the chair of Latin at Durham in 1948, when it was revived after the Second World War. He was joined by J. B. Skemp as Professor of Greek in 1950, and the two of them presided over the post-war recovery and growth of the Department of Classics. Woodcock voluntarily retired in 1966, and died not long after. (Bio Provided by B. J. Rhodes)

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