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By C. P. MASON, B.A.,

THESE Exercises embody the results of above twenty years' experience in teaching Latin, and develop the methods which the author has found most useful in actual practice. The leading characteristics of the book are the following:

1. The exercises are so arranged as to be adapted to all the best Latin grammars in general use, such as Dr. Kennedy's Latin Grammar, The Public School Primer, King Edward the Sixth's Latin Grammar, and those by Mr. Key, Dr. W. Smith, Mr. Roby, Dr. Schmitz, and Mr. Miller. Thus, instead of having a Latin Grammar printed piecemeal along with the exercises, the pupil is taught to familiarise himself with the grammar that he ordinarily uses.

2. The system of Crude Forms is developed in such a way as to render the study of the Accidence a constant discipline for the powers of observation and comparison. At the same time, this feature of the book may be disregarded by those who prefer the old system.

3. By a perpetual system of contrasts, the pupil is led involuntarily to the habit of analysing the forms that he has to use, and the constructions that he has to employ.

4. The formation of compounds and derivatives is dealt with as systematically as the common Accidence of the Latin Grammar. A secure basis is thus obtained for a sound knowledge of the real signitications of words, and for future linguistic studies.

5. The attention of the pupil is mainly directed to the general laws of the structure of sentences, so that he may acquire the power of analysing complicated sentences, and of writing continuous Latin compositions with ease and confidence, without having his attention distracted, and his memory overloaded with idiomatic expressions, which he seldom or never has occasion to use, and which are easily acquired, if needful, at a later stage.





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