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What is a transitive verb ?

Repeat the rule for each termination, with the exAre any verbs used in two scuses ?

ceptions. What are substantive verbs ?

How are verbs of the fourth conjugation conjugated? What is a participle? What a gerund? supine ? Repeat the six exceptions. How is a verb declined? How many voices? modes?

DEPONENT AND COMMON VERBS. tenses? numbers? persons ? Define each. When is a verb said to be conjugated ?

What is a deponent verb? A common verb ?

What were deponent verbs of old? Why so called ? CONJUGATION OF VERBS.

How do they form the perfect participle? How many conjugations? How numbered ? How Conjugate lætor. Decline it with the English. distinguished? Exception?

Conjugate and decline mercor, amplector and menHow are the different conjugations likewise distin

tior. guished?

Are there any exceptions in the first conjugation ? Recite the terminations of each mode and tense, ac Conjugate the exceptions in the second conjugation. tive and passive.

And in the third conjugation. And in the tourz, What is the observation on the imperative mode? conjugation. Which tenses in the passive voice are compounded? What are irregular verbs ? Are the personal pronouns in Latin usually under How many ? Repeat them. stoon? Why?

Of what are nolo and malo compounds? What however, should the learner be accustomed

How do you conjugate the compounds of sum ? to do?

How is prosum, to do good, conjugated ?
What is the remark on the second person singular? Repeat the whole, with the English.

Of what is prosum compounded?
FORMATION OF VERBS.

Decline it in full with the English, I can and I am How many principal parts? Naine them.

able. Repeat the verses. Exemplify.

Decline eo with the English.
What other way of forming ?

How are the compounds of eo conjugated ?
When is a verb commonly said to be conjugated ? What is said of the perfect?
What is the thene? What are the radical letters?

Conjugate veneo. Of what is it compounded? What terminations? Exemplify.

What is said of ambio? How is eo often rendered ?

How is it used in the passive? How otherwise SIGNIFICATION OF THE TENSES.

used? Which tenses express continuance of action ? How are queo and nequeo conjugated ? Which express complete action?

What parts of them are wanting? Ilow is past time expressed in the passive ? Exam- Conjugate, decline with the English, and write the ples.

following verbs: Volo, nolo, malo, fero,

feror, and How is the verb sum employed ?

the compounds of fero. When do we chiefly use this form?

How do most verbs become irregular? (1st obs.) What is the first observation ? the second ? third ? For what is nolo contracted ? malo, fers, ferris? fourth ? fifth ? sixth ?

Repeat the second observation. Exemplify the tenses of the infinitive mood.

Conjugate, decline, and write fio. Is it active or Of what is scriptum iri made up ?

passive? Of what verb is it the passive ? AlHow is the future infinitive sometimes expressed ? ways? What is the distinction ? " What do we What is the seventh observation ?

find? What is the note?

What verbs are added to irregulars?

Repeat and conjugate the neuter passive verbs with FORMATION OF THE PRETERITE AND SUPINE. confido, diffido, moreo. What is the first general rule?

To these what may be referred ? Repeat the three. First exception? Second exception ? Second general rule?

DEFECTIVE VERBS.

What verbs are called defective? Preteritive verbs? SPECIAL RULES.

Conjugate them. Instead of odi we say what? To First Conjugation.

these we add what? Repeat the sentence furo, to What is the rule for the preterite and supine? be mad, &c. Repeat the five exceptions ?

What are the principal defective verbs? Decline Second Conjugation.

them. What is the note? What is the rule?

Explain the contractions of sis, sultis, sodes, capsis.

To what is sodes equivalent?
How neuter verbs?
Which neuters regularly conjugated ?

IMPERSONAL VERBS,
Which active want the supine?

When is a verb called impersonal? Repeat the seven exceptions.

What have they before them in English. Repeat Third Conjugation.

the four, in the active and passive. What is the rule for verbs in io?

Are they used in the imperative? When do the compounds of facio retain the a? What part is used instead? When do they change it into i ?

Repeat the five observations, How are the former conjugated? and how tne latter?

REDUNDANT VERBS. Which compounds of facio are of the first conjuga. What verbs are called redundant? tion?

Conjugate, decline, and write lavo. Of what conju. Repeat the other verbs mentioned under this termi gation is it? nation.

Repeat the five which are of the second and third. How are verbs in uo conjugated ?

Repeat those which are of the third and fourth. Repeat the two exceptions.

What verb is of the second and fourth ? Repeat the rules for verbs in bo, with the two ex Conjugate, decline, and write Edo. With what do ceptions.

several of its parts agree?

What verbs agree in the present, but are differently Explain the seven kinds with examples,

conjugated? Which have a different quantity ?

DERIVATION, COMPARISON AND COMPOSITION

OF ADVERBS.
Which verbs agree in the preterite?
Which verbs agree in the supine?

From what are adverbs derived first ?
Repeat the seven particulars of the obsolete conju- How do they end?

From what second? What is said of these? tion.

What is the termination of those derived from the DERIVATION AND COMPOSITION OF VERBS. first and second declensions ? and from the third ? From what are verbs derived ?

How is the neuter of adjectives taken? What is What are denominative verbs? What imitative ? often understood ? From what third ? Examples. Give examples.

From what fourth ? Examples. What are these Name the three kinds of verbs derived from other last? From what fifth ? verbs?

What adverbs are compared ? What do frequentative verbs express? Of what con How does the positive end? and the comparative? jugation are they? How formed?

and the superlative? What is the remark? Have deponent verbs frequentatives?

How are adverbs compounded ? Give the examples of frequentatives irregularly Repeat the four observations.

formed ? Give examples of frequentatives formed from other

PREPOSITION. frequentatives.

What is a preposition? What is the reinark on frequentatives?

How many govern the accusative? How many the What are inceptive verbs ? How formed from verbs? ablative ? Repeat them, with the English. Write

How from nouns? Of what kind are they? What them in order. conjugation ? What do they want ?

How many govern either case? Why are prepoWhat are desiderative verbs? How formed? Of sitions so called? Which are put after?

what conjugation? What parts are wanting? How are prepositions compounded? What signifi-
What are diminutive verbs? What intensive? cation do they retain? What four exceptions?
Name the four things with which verbs are com What are the inseparable prepositions ?
pounded? What changes are made ?

What do they signify? Exemplify.
PARTICIPLE.

INTERJECTION.
What is a participle? Why so called?

What is an interjection? What sounds ? How are participles declined?

What do they express ? What do participles in dus import?

Exemplify the thirteen different kinds?
How many participles have Latin verbs ?

What are the remarks?
What participles have not the Latins ?
How is this defect supplied ?

CONJUNCTION.
How many participles have neuter verbs ?

What is a conjunction ? What is its use? Have some neuter verbs participles of the perfect How many classes? Repeat them, with the examtense ?

amples given. What is the remark on neuter passive verbs? Are the same words ever used as both adverbs and What is said of ausus.?

conjunctions? Give examples. How many participles have deponent and common What conjunctions stand first in a sentence? What verbs ? Give examples.

second?
What is the remark on perfect participles of depo Which may be used indifferently?
nent verbs?

What was the division ?
What is the remark on participles compounded with Which are the enclitics? Why so called?

in signifying not? Explain the double sense and Repeat the example from Horace.
derivation of incensus, infectus, invisus, and in When the enclitics are placed after a short sylla.
dictus.

ble, do they affect pronunciation ?
When do participles become adjectives? Examples. Repeat the example from Ovid.
May participles be used as nouns? What is under-
stood?

SENTENCES.
What is said of many words in alus, itus, utus? What is a sentence ?
Explain verbal adjectives in bundus. How formed?

What is syntax ? What is the division of syntax? What do they denote?

Define concord. Define government.

Repeat the nine general principles of syntax.
GERUNDS AND SUPINES.

What is the first, second? &c.
What are gerunds? How declined? What case What is the division of sentences? Define each.

wanting? What is the remark on the gerunds? What is there in a simple sentence ?

Give examples. What change of letters? What is the subject? What is the attribute? Give Supines have what signification? How may they the examples. be applied ? What are their terminations?

COMPOUND SENTENCES.
In what sense are the supines used ?

Of what is a compound sentence made up?
ADVERBS.

What is it called? What is a period ?
What is an adverb? How many classes?

What are members and clauses? How is the first class divided ? How many fold are Repeat the first observation.

adverbs of place? Explain each, with examples. Repeat the second observation. How many fold are adverbs of time ? Explain each, By what means are sentences compounded: Give with examples ?

the example. How is the second class of adverbs divided ? How many are the concords ? What is the first ? What do those called absolute denote?

What is the second? The third ? The fourth? Explain the eleven kinds with examples.

Repeat the first concord. What do those adverbs which are called compara

What is the first rule? Repeat all the examples. tiye denote?

To what else does this rule apply?

ern?

What is the first observation? The second? The How are substantive pronouns governed ? third ? The fourth?

And how adjective pronouns? Is the substantive ever understood? What then is When a passive sense is expressed what do we use? the adjective ? Always ?

What have the possessives meus, tuus, &c. after Does an adjective ever supply the place of a sub them in the genitive? stantive?

When are the reciprocals sui and suus used? Does a substantive ever supply the place of an ad The eighth rule? The examples ? jective?

How is the ablative here governed ? What substantive is usually understood after the ad- Repeat the phrases in which the genitive only is jectives primus, medius &c.

used; and those in which the ablative only is Ought the adjective or substantive to be placed first used; and those in which both are used. in Latin ?

Which occurs more frequently in prose ? When is the substantive elegantly put first ? Repeat the four ways of phrasing the same sense of What is the second concord ?

the words vir præstans ingenium. Repeat the second rule, with all the examples. Describe the Greek construction. What is its name? Of what person are ego and nos? tu and vos? ille, What is understood ? Give examples. and all other words?

What does the ninth rule regard ? When is the nominative of the first and second per- Repeat the ninth rule, with the examples. son omitted? When expressed ?

Is this manner of expression elegant ? What supplies the place of the nominative? . What do adjectives which thus govern the genitive What is soinetines added? Why?

generally signify? What does the infinitive often supply?

What are plus and quid thought to be? With what may a collective noun be joined ?

What do nihil and the neuter pronouns govern? When a collective noun is joined with a singular and what not?

verb, what does it express? And when joined What do plural adjectives of the neuter gender gov.

with a plural? Of what gender will be the plural adjectives when What is the general remark? joined to collective nouns?

What is the tenth rule? Examples?
What is the third concord ?

What are opus and usus?
Repeat the third rule cum omnibus exemplis. What is understood to govern the ablative?
Repeat the fourth rule.

Do they ever govern the genitive ?
Repeat the ten observations cum omnibus exemplis. Is opus ever used as an adjective?
Must the relative always have an antecedent?' How is it elegantly used ?
What then may it be considered ?

With what is opus joined, and how is it often When the relative is placed between two substan placed ?

tives of different genders? When the relative comes after two words of differ

GOVERNMENT OF ADJECTIVES. ent persons ?

What does the ninth rule regard ? How is the antecedent implied ?

What is the ninth rule? Examples. Is the relative ever omitted ?

Repeat the five classes of adjectives which govern Does the case of the relative ever depend on the an the genitive ? What other adjectives are added ? tecedent?

How are verbals in ns used ? What is said of the adjective pronouns?

What is the difference between patiens algoris and What is said of interrogative and indefinite adjec algorem? tives?

Do any of these vary their construction? What is remarked of the translation of the relative? How is the genitive governed? Do these adjectives llow is it construed ?

contain the force of substantives? What is subjoined to the construction of the rela- Twelfth rule ? Exainples? tive?

What is the meaning of partitives?
In what case is the answer ? Exainples.

To these add what?
What is the meaning of the contraction sc.? Ans. Partitives agree in gender with what?

scilicet for scire licet, you may know or under How is the genitive here governed?
stand.

How are partitives otherwise construed ? Repeat the fifth rule, with all the examples. What case in the singular do partitives govern? What does this imply?

When are comparitives used ? When superlatives? What verbs most frequently have the sanie case af What words are applied to two? What to three or ter them as before ihem? First? Second ?

more? What cases only are placed after these verbs ? What is the second case governed by adjectives? When these verbs are placed between two nomina What does the thirteenth rule regard? tives, with which do they agree

What is the thirteenth rule ? Examples. What is the remark concerning the infinitive mood How otherwise may this rule be expressed ? and the verb licet?

Repeat the nine classes of adjectives which belong Explain the poetic licences which are not to be used to this rule. What is added? in prose.

What do verbals in bilis and dus govern ? What is the fourth concord?

Do any passive participles govern the dative ? What does the sixth rule regard ?

How are verbals in dus often construed ? How perRepeat the sixth rule, with the examples.

fect participles; What is the seventh rule, and what does it regard? Is the dative properly governed by adjectives ? What relation is expressed by the genitive?

Have substantives ever a dative after them? How is it elegantly turned ?

What adjectives govern the dative or the genitive? When may the substantive be taken in an active What adjectives govern both cases? and a passive sense ?

What do adjectives of usefulness or fitness govern? What is the third observation ?

Have any of them a double construction ? Is the dative ever used for the genitive?

Repeat the three ways in which adjectives signifyWhat is the fifth observation ?

ing affections of the mind are construed ? How is the genitive often rendered in English? How is audiens construed ?

?

How are adjectives, signifying motion or tendency Repeat the examples under each preposition, with to a thing, construed?

the English. What do proprior and prorimus govern?

What is the English of ad astra?
What does idem govern? What in prose? What How do you say in Latin, to the stars ? &c. &c.

would be improper? What do we likewise say? Write the examples.
What is the third case governed by adjectives? Is ad ever used adverbially?
The fourteenth rule? Examples.

What is the English of apud ? ante ? &c.
How is this ablative governed ?

What are added to prepositions governing the accu. What other case do dignus, indignus, &c. govern? sative? What is said of macte?

What is the twenty-fourth rule ? What does the fifteenth rule regard ?

Repeat all the prepositions, with the English ; and What is the fifteenth rule? Examples.

the examples ? Which are construed with the genitive only? What is the English of a patre? Which with the dative only?

How do you say in Latin, from a father? Which with the genitive more frequently? What is the English of absque ? &c. Which with the dative more frequently?

Which preposition is placed after the noun ? Ans. Which with both promiscuously?

Tenus. Any other? Ans. Sometimes cum, and Which with a preposition ?

then it is joined to the word which it governs ? Government of the Verb Sum.

Does tenus ever govern any other case ? What is the sixteenth rule? Examples.

What is added to prepositions governing the abla. What words are excepted? Repeat the three obser tive? vations.

What is the twenty-fifth rule? The seventeenth rule? Examples.

Distinguish in governing the accusative and the ab. This is more frequently used ihan what other con lative ? Examples. struction?

What is the English of sub? super? The cighteenth rule. Example.

When are prepositions reckoned adverbs? ExamWhat other verbs have two datives after them?

ples. What are the three observations?

In these cases, what is implied ? The nineteenth rule? Examples.

What other adverbs are construed with the accusa The twentieth rule? Examples.

tive? What is the sign of the ablative in English ? Distinguish a and e, ab and ex. Examples. What does the positive with magis govern? Are prepositions ever understood? Is the word govHow is the ablative here governed ?

erned ever understood ? Examples of both. How otherwise may the comparative be construed ? When is the latter more frequently the case ? When is the conjunction quam elegantly sup. The twenty-sixth rule? Examples. pressed ?

How do you say, 0 good man? &c. How is it elegantly placed ?

The twenty-seventh rule? Examples. For what is nihil elegantly used ?

How do you say ah me? &c. Is the comparative ever repeated ?

Which interjections are joined with the vocative? How is the relation of sameness or equality ex Which with the accusative? pressed ?

What is the reniark on interjections?
In what case is the defect or excess of measure put? What is understood in heu me miserum?
What does the twenty-first rule regard ?

The twenty-eighth rule ? Examples, with the En The twenty-first rule? Examples.

glish. What do adverbs qualify? Are they also joined to What is the first observation? The second ? The nouns?

third ? What is remarked of the position of the adverb? The twenty-ninth rule? Examples. To what are two negatives equivalent ?

If the substantives are of different persons ? genders? What chiefly deserves attention in adverbs ? To what is this applicable ? Which are joined to the positive? Which to the If the substantives signify things without life? comparative?

What is the genus ? To what is quam joined? To what is facile joined? What is the fourth observation ? and the fifth? To what is longe joined? With what mood is cum What is remarked after the fifth observation ?

joined? Dum Dum and donec, for usquedum? What is the figure syllepsis? See page 166. Quoad for quamdiu, and quoad until ?

The thirtieth rule? Examples with English. Postquam or posteaquam? Antequam?

What is the remark on interrogatives? And qui? Quasi, ceu? &c.

What is the note? Utinam, o si, ut?

When have etsi, tametsi, &c. the indicative, and Quin for cur non?

when the subjunctive mood ? What does the twenty-second rule regard ? What is said of correspondent conjunctions? Repeat the twenty-second rule ? Examples. When is ut elegantly omitted ? Repeat the adverbs of time that govern the geni. How are ut and quod distinguished ? tive.

When is ut taken in a negative sense ? Repeat the adverbs of place that govern the geni. When is ne taken in a positive sense tive, and of quantity..

What does the thirty-first rule regard ? What is said of instar and ergo?

Repeat the thirty-first rule, with the examples. Why are these adjectives thought to govern the gen When do neuter verbs govern the accusative? itive?

And when have they an ablative? What is remarked of pridie? And what of en and What is the second observation? The third? and

the fourth? In all these examples what is understood ?

What does the thirty-second rule regard ? What do derivative adverbs govern? Give the ex. Repeat it, with examples. amples.

What other verbs govern the genitive? Are they What does the twenty-third rule regard ?

construed differently? Repeat the rule, including all the prepositions which How is the genitive after verbs really governed ? govern this case.

Repeat the thirty-third rule, with examples.

ecce.?

peat it.

What is the thirty-fourth rule? What the thirty Fiftieth rule. Supine in u? fifth?

What is the first observation ? The second ? Tije What do most verbs compounded with super gove third ? ern?

Repeat the four circumstances. What is the thirty-sixth rule? Repeat the five Fifty-first rule. Price, in what case? What exparts.

ceptions? What verbs added? What excepted?

When the substantive is added ? What is the first observation? What the second ? How is the ablative governed ? Third ?

Fifty-second rule. Manner and cause? How is this To these what may be added ?

ablative governed ? What is the fourth observation and the fifth ? What is the ablative of concomitancy? What is What is the thirty-seventh rule? Examples.

the adjunct.? What is the first observation and the second ? When we express the matter of which a thing is What is the thirty-eighth rule? Examples.

made? What do egeo and indigeo govern?

Fifty-third rule. Measure or distance ? How is the ablative here governed ?

After what words is the accusative or ablative put? What is the thirty-ninth rule ? Examples.

How governed ? What are added to these? What does potior gov. When we express the measure of more things ern ? and sometimes what other case?

than one? What is the fortieth rule? Examples.

When is the genitive used ? The accusative? The Is the preposition ever repeated? Which do not ablative? repeat?

The excess or difference? Which construed only with the preposition ? Fifty-fourth rule. Time ? Time when? How Do any admit other prepositions? Do any govern long? two cases ?

Precise time? Continuance? Circumstances how When does this rule take place

?

expressed ? What is the subject of the forty-first rule? Re The abverb abhinc?

Fifty-fifth rule. Verbs governing two cases ? ExIn what other manner is the infinitive governed ? amples. Is the governing word ever understood ?

Which are the verbs of accusing ? What other Is the infinitive itself ever omitted ?

case have they after them? What is said of criWhat was the infinitive called by the ancients ? men and caput ? Many verbs of accusing are Why?

how construed ? In what cases does it supply the place of a noun ? What do they sometimes govern ? Give examples.

Fifty-sixth rale. Examples. Which are the verbs What different construction is used ?

of valuing ? After what English verbs may to be omitted ? Aestimo governs? Equi and boni ? How is this How may it be rendered in Latin? Give examples. genitive governed ? Which is better English, a house to let, or to be let? Fifty-seventh rule. Repeat the examples. What is the subject of the forty-second rule ? Re How is this rule otherwise expressed ? Examples. peat it with the example.

How else are these verbs construed ? What is the English sign?

What is the second observation ? What does the accusative depend upon ?

Verbs, signifying motion or tendency to a thing. Repeat the third observation. The fourth, the fifth. Is the accusative ever understood ? What said What is the forty-third rule? Examples.

of to in English ? What do passive participles often govern? Fifty-eighth rule. Examples. Exosus, perosus, and pertæsus? Verbals in bun Which are the verbs of asking? of teaching? dus?

Celo? How otherwise are these verbs construed ? Which verbs form a periphrasis?.

How is the accusative of the thing governed ? Which are elegantly construed with a participle in Fifty-ninth rule. Example. dus?

Which are the verbs of loading? ofbinding ? of unHow are gerunds construed ? Examples.

loading ? loosing ? depriving ? clothing? unRepeat the forty-fourth rule with the examples. clothing? What does this gerund import? What is often How is the ablative governed ? Expressed ? or in

understood ? What is the forty-fifth rule? How derstood ? is the gerund in di governed ?

Do any of these verbs govern other cases ?
Is it construed with the genitive plural?

Sixtieth rule. Examples.
Forty-sixth rule. The gerund in do of the dative? Has the active ever three cases ?
Is the adjective ever understood ? Examples. Passive verbs how construed ?
Is the gerund ever governed by verbs ?

Preposition when understood ? How is per used ? Forty-seventh rule. The gerund in dum of the What cases do passive verbs govern? Videor ? accusative?

Induor, amicior? &c. Neuter verhs? Passive imper Is this gerund governed by other prepositions? sonals, how applied ? What does it depend upon and govern ?

What cases do they govern? Forty-eighth rule. The gerund in do of the ab. Sixty-first rule. Examples. lative?

What verbs are used impersonally in the passive, What does this gerund resemble?

and what case do they govern ? Examples. Which gerunds may be turned into participles? When are potest, coepit, &c. used impersonally? In changing gerunds, what case is used ? Examples What verbs are used both personally and imper

in the genitive, dative, and accusative. What sonally?

gerunds not changed? What exception ? What is said of the pronoun it, and of the Latin Forty-ninth rule. Supine in um.? How elegantly infinitive? Is the dative understood ? used?

Sixty-second rule. Examples. The paragraph ? Wien joined with iri?

In what case do some think mea, tua, sua, &c. to be? Is this supine put after any other verbs ?

With what noininatives are interest and refert i low else may the meaning of this supine be ex joined ? pressed?

With what adverbs are they construed ?

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