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The main plan of this little work has been well tested; experience however has led to considerable changes in the way of working this out.
The intention is to supply by easy steps a knowledge of Grammar, combined with a good vocabulary; in a word, a book which will not require to be forgotten again as the learner advances.
Passages have been selected from the best Latin authors in prose and verse.
Not a word is unworthy a place in memory. These passages are gradually built up in their grammatical structure, and finally printed in full.
First of all the noun and verb only are given, and these graduated according to declensions and conjugations.
As soon as the Objective Case is introduced, and in every subsequent instance of fresh examples, the new grammatical addition in each section is printed in Italics.
The great majority of the words to be found in the book have been employed by the time the