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A Latin Grammar for Schools and Colleges

By George M. Lane
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  • A LATIN GRAMMAR
  • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION.
  • PREFATORY NOTE TO THE REVISED EDITION.
  • TABLE OF CONTENTS.
    • (B.) FORMATION, 180-396.
      • (C.) INFLECTION, 397-1022.
      • PART SECOND: SENTENCES, 1023-2299.
      • THE SIMPLE SENTENCE, 1099-1635.
      • THE COMPOUND SENTENCE, OR COORDINATION, 1636-1713.
      • THE COMPLEX SENTENCE, OR SUBORDINATION, 1714-2299.
      • APPENDIX, 2300-2745.
    • (C.) INFLECTION, 397-1022.
    • PART SECOND: SENTENCES, 1023-2299.
    • THE SIMPLE SENTENCE, 1099-1635.
    • THE COMPOUND SENTENCE, OR COORDINATION, 1636-1713.
    • THE COMPLEX SENTENCE, OR SUBORDINATION, 1714-2299.
    • APPENDIX, 2300-2745.
  • LATIN GRAMMAR
  • PART FIRST [decoration] WORDS
    • PARTS OF SPEECH.
  • A. SOUND.
    • ALPHABET.
      • PRONUNCIATION.
      • VOWELS.
      • QUANTITY OF VOWELS.
      • (A.) SHORT VOWELS.
      • (B.) LONG VOWELS.
      • PRONUNCIATION OF VOWELS.
      • CLASSIFICATION OF VOWELS.
      • DIPHTHONGS.
      • CONSONANTS.
      • PRONUNCIATION OF CONSONANTS.
      • CLASSIFICATION OF CONSONANTS.
      • SYLLABIC AND UNSYLLABIC FUNCTION.
      • ACCENT.
      • THE CLASSICAL ACCENT.
      • EARLIER RECESSIVE ACCENT.
      • PROCLITICS AND ENCLITICS.
      • CHANGE OF SOUND.
      • (A.) VOWEL CHANGE.
      • CHANGE OF DIPHTHONGS IN ACCENTED SYLLABLES.
      • WEAKENING IN UNACCENTED SYLLABLES.
      • WEAKENING OF SIMPLE VOWELS IN MEDIAL SYLLABLES.
      • WEAKENING OF SIMPLE VOWELS IN FINAL SYLLABLES.
      • WEAKENING OF DIPHTHONGS IN UNACCENTED SYLLABLES.
      • LOSS IN UNACCENTED SYLLABLES.
      • COMBINATION OF ADJACENT VOWELS.
      • LENGTHENING.
      • SHORTENING.
      • TRANSFER OF QUANTITY.
      • VARIATIONS OF QUANTITY.
      • QUANTITATIVE VOWEL GRADATION.
      • QUALITATIVE VOWEL CHANGES.
      • ASSIMILATION.
      • QUALITATIVE VOWEL GRADATION.
      • (B.) CONSONANT CHANGE.
      • CHANGES OF CONSONANT GROUPS.
      • ASSIMILATION.
      • CONSONANTAL GLIDES.
      • DISAPPEARANCE.
      • DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANAPTYCTICAL VOWEL.
      • DISSIMILATION.
      • CHANGES WITHIN COMPOUNDS.
      • SYLLABLES.
      • LENGTH OF SYLLABLES.
      • LOSS OF SYLLABLES.
    • PRONUNCIATION.
    • VOWELS.
    • QUANTITY OF VOWELS.
    • (A.) SHORT VOWELS.
    • (B.) LONG VOWELS.
    • PRONUNCIATION OF VOWELS.
    • CLASSIFICATION OF VOWELS.
    • DIPHTHONGS.
    • CONSONANTS.
    • PRONUNCIATION OF CONSONANTS.
    • CLASSIFICATION OF CONSONANTS.
    • SYLLABIC AND UNSYLLABIC FUNCTION.
    • ACCENT.
    • THE CLASSICAL ACCENT.
    • EARLIER RECESSIVE ACCENT.
    • PROCLITICS AND ENCLITICS.
    • CHANGE OF SOUND.
    • (A.) VOWEL CHANGE.
    • CHANGE OF DIPHTHONGS IN ACCENTED SYLLABLES.
    • WEAKENING IN UNACCENTED SYLLABLES.
    • WEAKENING OF SIMPLE VOWELS IN MEDIAL SYLLABLES.
    • WEAKENING OF SIMPLE VOWELS IN FINAL SYLLABLES.
    • WEAKENING OF DIPHTHONGS IN UNACCENTED SYLLABLES.
    • LOSS IN UNACCENTED SYLLABLES.
    • COMBINATION OF ADJACENT VOWELS.
    • LENGTHENING.
    • SHORTENING.
    • TRANSFER OF QUANTITY.
    • VARIATIONS OF QUANTITY.
    • QUANTITATIVE VOWEL GRADATION.
    • QUALITATIVE VOWEL CHANGES.
    • ASSIMILATION.
    • QUALITATIVE VOWEL GRADATION.
    • (B.) CONSONANT CHANGE.
    • CHANGES OF CONSONANT GROUPS.
    • ASSIMILATION.
    • CONSONANTAL GLIDES.
    • DISAPPEARANCE.
    • DEVELOPMENT OF AN ANAPTYCTICAL VOWEL.
    • DISSIMILATION.
    • CHANGES WITHIN COMPOUNDS.
    • SYLLABLES.
    • LENGTH OF SYLLABLES.
    • LOSS OF SYLLABLES.
  • B. FORMATION.
    • ROOTS.
      • PRESENT STEMS AS ROOTS.
      • STEMS.
      • PRIMITIVES AND DENOMINATIVES.
      • (A.) FORMATION OF THE NOUN.
      • WITHOUT A FORMATIVE SUFFIX.
      • WITH A FORMATIVE SUFFIX.
      • I. THE SUBSTANTIVE.
      • (A.) PRIMITIVES.
      • I. THE AGENT.
      • II. THE ACTION.
      • III. THE INSTRUMENT OR MEANS.
      • (B.) DENOMINATIVES.
      • I. THE QUALITY.
      • II. THE PERSON CONCERNED.
      • III. THE PLACE.
      • IV. DIMINUTIVES.
      • V. PATRONYMICS.
      • II. THE ADJECTIVE.
      • (A.) PRIMITIVES.
      • I. WITH AN ACTIVE MEANING.
      • II. WITH A PASSIVE MEANING.
      • (B.) DENOMINATIVES.
      • I. MATERIAL OR RESEMBLANCE.
      • II. APPURTENANCE.
      • III. SUPPLY.
      • IV. DIMINUTIVES.
      • V. COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES.
      • THE COMPARATIVE SUFFIX.
      • THE SUPERLATIVE SUFFIX.
      • PECULIARITIES OF COMPARISON.
      • COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADVERBS.
      • (B.) FORMATION OF DENOMINATIVE VERBS.
      • COMPOSITION.
      • I. COMPOSITION OF NOUNS.
      • (A.) REAL COMPOUNDS.
      • FORM OF COMPOUNDS.
      • MEANING OF COMPOUNDS.
      • (B.) APPARENT COMPOUNDS.
      • II. COMPOSITION OF VERBS.
      • (A.) REAL COMPOUNDS.
      • (B.) APPARENT COMPOUNDS.
    • PRESENT STEMS AS ROOTS.
    • STEMS.
    • PRIMITIVES AND DENOMINATIVES.
    • (A.) FORMATION OF THE NOUN.
    • WITHOUT A FORMATIVE SUFFIX.
    • WITH A FORMATIVE SUFFIX.
    • I. THE SUBSTANTIVE.
    • (A.) PRIMITIVES.
    • I. THE AGENT.
    • II. THE ACTION.
    • III. THE INSTRUMENT OR MEANS.
    • (B.) DENOMINATIVES.
    • I. THE QUALITY.
    • II. THE PERSON CONCERNED.
    • III. THE PLACE.
    • IV. DIMINUTIVES.
    • V. PATRONYMICS.
    • II. THE ADJECTIVE.
    • (A.) PRIMITIVES.
    • I. WITH AN ACTIVE MEANING.
    • II. WITH A PASSIVE MEANING.
    • (B.) DENOMINATIVES.
    • I. MATERIAL OR RESEMBLANCE.
    • II. APPURTENANCE.
    • III. SUPPLY.
    • IV. DIMINUTIVES.
    • V. COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES.
    • THE COMPARATIVE SUFFIX.
    • THE SUPERLATIVE SUFFIX.
    • PECULIARITIES OF COMPARISON.
    • COMPARATIVE AND SUPERLATIVE ADVERBS.
    • (B.) FORMATION OF DENOMINATIVE VERBS.
    • COMPOSITION.
    • I. COMPOSITION OF NOUNS.
    • (A.) REAL COMPOUNDS.
    • FORM OF COMPOUNDS.
    • MEANING OF COMPOUNDS.
    • (B.) APPARENT COMPOUNDS.
    • II. COMPOSITION OF VERBS.
    • (A.) REAL COMPOUNDS.
    • (B.) APPARENT COMPOUNDS.
  • C. INFLECTION.
  • (A.) INFLECTION OF THE NOUN.
    • THE STEM.
      • GENDER.
      • GENDER OF SOME CLASSES OF SUBSTANTIVES.
      • MASCULINES.
      • FEMININES.
      • MOBILE, COMMON, AND EPICENE NOUNS.
      • NEUTERS.
      • VARIABLE GENDER.
      • NUMBER.
      • CASE.
      • THE SUBSTANTIVE
      • SINGULAR CASES.
      • PLURAL CASES.
      • GREEK NOUNS.
      • SINGULAR CASES.
      • PLURAL CASES.
      • GREEK NOUNS.
      • CONSONANT STEMS.
      • I. MUTE STEMS.
      • II. STEMS IN A CONTINUOUS CONSONANT.
      • SINGULAR CASES.
      • PLURAL CASES.
      • GREEK NOUNS.
      • I. PARISYLLABLES.
      • II. IMPARISYLLABLES.
      • SINGULAR CASES.
      • PLURAL CASES.
      • GREEK NOUNS.
      • MASCULINE.
      • FEMININE.
      • NEUTER.
      • SINGULAR CASES.
      • PLURAL CASES.
      • THE ADJECTIVE.
      • CONSONANT STEMS.
      • OF TWO ENDINGS.
      • OF ONE ENDING.
      • OF TWO ENDINGS.
      • OF ONE ENDING.
      • THE NUMERAL ADJECTIVE.
      • THE PRONOUN.
      • THE PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE POSSESSIVE.
      • (B.) OTHER PRONOUNS.
      • THE DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE DETERMINATIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE PRONOUN OF IDENTITY.
      • THE INTENSIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE RELATIVE, INTERROGATIVE, AND INDEFINITE PRONOUN.
      • CORRELATIVE PRONOUNS.
    • GENDER.
    • GENDER OF SOME CLASSES OF SUBSTANTIVES.
    • MASCULINES.
    • FEMININES.
    • MOBILE, COMMON, AND EPICENE NOUNS.
    • NEUTERS.
    • VARIABLE GENDER.
    • NUMBER.
    • CASE.
    • THE SUBSTANTIVE
    • SINGULAR CASES.
    • PLURAL CASES.
    • GREEK NOUNS.
    • SINGULAR CASES.
    • PLURAL CASES.
    • GREEK NOUNS.
    • CONSONANT STEMS.
    • I. MUTE STEMS.
    • II. STEMS IN A CONTINUOUS CONSONANT.
    • SINGULAR CASES.
    • PLURAL CASES.
    • GREEK NOUNS.
    • I. PARISYLLABLES.
    • II. IMPARISYLLABLES.
    • SINGULAR CASES.
    • PLURAL CASES.
    • GREEK NOUNS.
    • MASCULINE.
    • FEMININE.
    • NEUTER.
    • SINGULAR CASES.
    • PLURAL CASES.
    • THE ADJECTIVE.
    • CONSONANT STEMS.
    • OF TWO ENDINGS.
    • OF ONE ENDING.
    • OF TWO ENDINGS.
    • OF ONE ENDING.
    • THE NUMERAL ADJECTIVE.
    • THE PRONOUN.
    • THE PERSONAL AND REFLEXIVE POSSESSIVE.
    • (B.) OTHER PRONOUNS.
    • THE DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE DETERMINATIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE PRONOUN OF IDENTITY.
    • THE INTENSIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE RELATIVE, INTERROGATIVE, AND INDEFINITE PRONOUN.
    • CORRELATIVE PRONOUNS.
  • THE ADVERB, THE CONJUNCTION, AND THE PREPOSITION.
    • I. NOUNS AS ADVERBS.
      • (1.) ACCUSATIVE.
      • (2.) ABLATIVE.
      • (3.) LOCATIVE.
      • OTHER ENDINGS.
      • II. SENTENCES AS ADVERBS.
      • (B.) INFLECTION OF THE VERB.
      • THE STEM.
      • THE PERSON ENDING.
      • NOUNS OF THE VERB.
      • PRINCIPAL PARTS.
      • DESIGNATION OF THE VERB.
      • THEME OF THE VERB.
      • ARRANGEMENT OF THE VERB.
      • I. PRIMITIVE VERBS.
      • (A.) ROOT VERBS.
      • II. DENOMINATIVE VERBS.
      • THE DEPONENT VERB.
      • PERIPHRASTIC FORMS.
      • DEFECTIVE VERBS.
      • REDUNDANT VERBS.
      • FORMATION OF STEMS.
      • VARIABLE VOWEL.
      • I. THE PRESENT SYSTEM.
      • PRESENT INDICATIVE STEM.
      • I. PRIMITIVES.
      • (A.) ROOT VERBS.
      • II. DENOMINATIVES.
      • PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • IMPERATIVE.
      • IMPERFECT INDICATIVE.
      • IMPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • FUTURE.
      • II. THE PERFECT SYSTEM.
      • PERFECT INDICATIVE STEM.
      • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
      • PERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • PERFECT IMPERATIVE.
      • PLUPERFECT INDICATIVE.
      • PLUPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • FUTURE PERFECT.
      • SHORT OR OLD FORMS.
      • NOUNS OF THE VERB.
      • INFINITIVE.
      • GERUNDIVE AND GERUND.
      • SUPINE.
      • PRESENT PARTICIPLE.
      • FUTURE PARTICIPLE.
      • PERFECT PARTICIPLE.
      • LIST OF VERBS
      • I. PRIMITIVE VERBS.
      • (A.) ROOT VERBS.
      • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
      • II. DENOMINATIVE VERBS.
      • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
      • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
      • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
    • (1.) ACCUSATIVE.
    • (2.) ABLATIVE.
    • (3.) LOCATIVE.
    • OTHER ENDINGS.
    • II. SENTENCES AS ADVERBS.
    • (B.) INFLECTION OF THE VERB.
    • THE STEM.
    • THE PERSON ENDING.
    • NOUNS OF THE VERB.
    • PRINCIPAL PARTS.
    • DESIGNATION OF THE VERB.
    • THEME OF THE VERB.
    • ARRANGEMENT OF THE VERB.
    • I. PRIMITIVE VERBS.
    • (A.) ROOT VERBS.
    • II. DENOMINATIVE VERBS.
    • THE DEPONENT VERB.
    • PERIPHRASTIC FORMS.
    • DEFECTIVE VERBS.
    • REDUNDANT VERBS.
    • FORMATION OF STEMS.
    • VARIABLE VOWEL.
    • I. THE PRESENT SYSTEM.
    • PRESENT INDICATIVE STEM.
    • I. PRIMITIVES.
    • (A.) ROOT VERBS.
    • II. DENOMINATIVES.
    • PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • IMPERATIVE.
    • IMPERFECT INDICATIVE.
    • IMPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • FUTURE.
    • II. THE PERFECT SYSTEM.
    • PERFECT INDICATIVE STEM.
    • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
    • PERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • PERFECT IMPERATIVE.
    • PLUPERFECT INDICATIVE.
    • PLUPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • FUTURE PERFECT.
    • SHORT OR OLD FORMS.
    • NOUNS OF THE VERB.
    • INFINITIVE.
    • GERUNDIVE AND GERUND.
    • SUPINE.
    • PRESENT PARTICIPLE.
    • FUTURE PARTICIPLE.
    • PERFECT PARTICIPLE.
    • LIST OF VERBS
    • I. PRIMITIVE VERBS.
    • (A.) ROOT VERBS.
    • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
    • II. DENOMINATIVE VERBS.
    • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
    • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
    • (A.) PERFECT STEM WITHOUT A SUFFIX.
  • PART SECOND [decoration] SENTENCES
    • THE SIMPLE SENTENCE AND ITS PARTS.
      • THE SUBJECT.
      • THE PREDICATE.
      • ENLARGEMENT OF THE SIMPLE SENTENCE.
      • COMBINATION OF SENTENCES.
      • I. THE COMPOUND SENTENCE.
      • II. THE COMPLEX SENTENCE.
      • AGREEMENT.
      • (A.) OF THE VERB.
      • (B.) OF THE NOUN.
      • (1.) THE SUBSTANTIVE.
      • (2.) THE ADJECTIVE.
    • THE SUBJECT.
    • THE PREDICATE.
    • ENLARGEMENT OF THE SIMPLE SENTENCE.
    • COMBINATION OF SENTENCES.
    • I. THE COMPOUND SENTENCE.
    • II. THE COMPLEX SENTENCE.
    • AGREEMENT.
    • (A.) OF THE VERB.
    • (B.) OF THE NOUN.
    • (1.) THE SUBSTANTIVE.
    • (2.) THE ADJECTIVE.
  • THE SIMPLE SENTENCE.
  • (A.) USE OF THE NOUN.
    • NUMBER AND GENDER.
      • CASE.
      • THE NOMINATIVE.
      • THE NOMINATIVE OF TITLE.
      • THE NOMINATIVE OF EXCLAMATION.
      • THE VOCATIVE NOMINATIVE AND VOCATIVE PROPER.
      • THE ACCUSATIVE.
      • I. THE ACCUSATIVE OF THE OBJECT.
      • THE EMPHASIZING OR DEFINING ACCUSATIVE.
      • THE ACCUSATIVE OF THE PART CONCERNED.
      • THE ACCUSATIVE OF THE THING PUT ON.
      • THE ACCUSATIVE OF EXCLAMATION.
      • II. THE ACCUSATIVE OF SPACE AND TIME, AND OF AIM OF MOTION.
      • THE ACCUSATIVE OF SPACE AND TIME.
      • THE ACCUSATIVE OF THE AIM OF MOTION.
      • TWO ACCUSATIVES COMBINED.
      • OBJECT AND PREDICATE.
      • PERSON AND THING.
      • OBJECT AND EXTENT, DURATION, OR AIM.
      • THE DATIVE.
      • I. THE COMPLEMENTARY DATIVE.
      • (1.) THE ESSENTIAL COMPLEMENT.
      • THE DATIVE WITH VERBS.
      • WITH VERBS OF INTRANSITIVE USE.
      • WITH VERBS OF TRANSITIVE USE.
      • THE DATIVE WITH ADJECTIVES.
      • (2.) THE OPTIONAL COMPLEMENT.
      • THE EMOTIONAL DATIVE.
      • THE DATIVE OF THE POSSESSOR.
      • THE DATIVE OF RELATION.
      • II. THE PREDICATIVE DATIVE.
      • THE DATIVE OF TENDENCY OR RESULT.
      • THE DATIVE OF PURPOSE OR INTENTION.
      • THE GENITIVE.
      • I. THE GENITIVE WITH SUBSTANTIVES.
      • THE GENITIVE OF THE SUBJECT, CAUSE, ORIGIN, OR OWNER.
      • THE GENITIVE OF QUALITY.
      • THE PARTITIVE GENITIVE.
      • THE GENITIVE OF DEFINITION.
      • THE OBJECTIVE GENITIVE.
      • II. THE GENITIVE WITH ADJECTIVES.
      • III. THE GENITIVE WITH VERBS.
      • VERBS OF VALUING.
      • JUDICIAL VERBS.
      • IMPERSONAL VERBS OF MENTAL DISTRESS.
      • VERBS OF MEMORY.
      • VERBS OF PARTICIPATION AND MASTERY.
      • VERBS OF FULNESS AND WANT.
      • IV. THE GENITIVE OF EXCLAMATION.
      • THE ABLATIVE.
      • I. THE ABLATIVE PROPER.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF SEPARATION AND WANT, AND OF DEPARTURE.
      • TOWN AND ISLAND NAMES.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF SOURCE, STUFF, OR MATERIAL.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF CAUSE, INFLUENCE, OR MOTIVE.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF COMPARISON.
      • II. THE LOCATIVE ABLATIVE.
      • (A.) THE LOCATIVE PROPER.
      • (B.) THE ABLATIVE USED AS LOCATIVE.
      • PLACE IN, ON, OR AT WHICH.
      • TIME AT WHICH OR TIME WITHIN WHICH.
      • III. THE INSTRUMENTAL ABLATIVE.
      • (A.) THE ABLATIVE OF ATTENDANCE.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF ACCOMPANIMENT.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF MANNER.
      • THE ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF QUALITY.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF THE ROUTE TAKEN.
      • (B.) THE INSTRUMENTAL PROPER.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF INSTRUMENT OR MEANS.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF SPECIFICATION.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF FULNESS.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF MEASURE, EXCHANGE, AND PRICE.
      • THE ABLATIVE OF THE AMOUNT OF DIFFERENCE.
      • TWO OR MORE ABLATIVES COMBINED.
      • USE OF CASES WITH PREPOSITIONS.
      • PREPOSITIONS USED WITH THE ACCUSATIVE.
      • PREPOSITIONS USED WITH THE ABLATIVE.
      • PREPOSITIONS USED WITH THE ACCUSATIVE OR THE ABLATIVE.
      • COMBINATION OF SUBSTANTIVES BY A PREPOSITION.
      • REPETITION OR OMISSION OF A PREPOSITION WITH SEVERAL SUBSTANTIVES.
      • TWO PREPOSITIONS WITH ONE SUBSTANTIVE.
      • POSITION OF PREPOSITIONS.
      • USE OF ADVERBS.
      • NEGATIVE ADVERBS.
      • USE OF DEGREES OF COMPARISON.
      • THE POSITIVE.
      • THE COMPARATIVE.
      • THE SUPERLATIVE.
    • CASE.
    • THE NOMINATIVE.
    • THE NOMINATIVE OF TITLE.
    • THE NOMINATIVE OF EXCLAMATION.
    • THE VOCATIVE NOMINATIVE AND VOCATIVE PROPER.
    • THE ACCUSATIVE.
    • I. THE ACCUSATIVE OF THE OBJECT.
    • THE EMPHASIZING OR DEFINING ACCUSATIVE.
    • THE ACCUSATIVE OF THE PART CONCERNED.
    • THE ACCUSATIVE OF THE THING PUT ON.
    • THE ACCUSATIVE OF EXCLAMATION.
    • II. THE ACCUSATIVE OF SPACE AND TIME, AND OF AIM OF MOTION.
    • THE ACCUSATIVE OF SPACE AND TIME.
    • THE ACCUSATIVE OF THE AIM OF MOTION.
    • TWO ACCUSATIVES COMBINED.
    • OBJECT AND PREDICATE.
    • PERSON AND THING.
    • OBJECT AND EXTENT, DURATION, OR AIM.
    • THE DATIVE.
    • I. THE COMPLEMENTARY DATIVE.
    • (1.) THE ESSENTIAL COMPLEMENT.
    • THE DATIVE WITH VERBS.
    • WITH VERBS OF INTRANSITIVE USE.
    • WITH VERBS OF TRANSITIVE USE.
    • THE DATIVE WITH ADJECTIVES.
    • (2.) THE OPTIONAL COMPLEMENT.
    • THE EMOTIONAL DATIVE.
    • THE DATIVE OF THE POSSESSOR.
    • THE DATIVE OF RELATION.
    • II. THE PREDICATIVE DATIVE.
    • THE DATIVE OF TENDENCY OR RESULT.
    • THE DATIVE OF PURPOSE OR INTENTION.
    • THE GENITIVE.
    • I. THE GENITIVE WITH SUBSTANTIVES.
    • THE GENITIVE OF THE SUBJECT, CAUSE, ORIGIN, OR OWNER.
    • THE GENITIVE OF QUALITY.
    • THE PARTITIVE GENITIVE.
    • THE GENITIVE OF DEFINITION.
    • THE OBJECTIVE GENITIVE.
    • II. THE GENITIVE WITH ADJECTIVES.
    • III. THE GENITIVE WITH VERBS.
    • VERBS OF VALUING.
    • JUDICIAL VERBS.
    • IMPERSONAL VERBS OF MENTAL DISTRESS.
    • VERBS OF MEMORY.
    • VERBS OF PARTICIPATION AND MASTERY.
    • VERBS OF FULNESS AND WANT.
    • IV. THE GENITIVE OF EXCLAMATION.
    • THE ABLATIVE.
    • I. THE ABLATIVE PROPER.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF SEPARATION AND WANT, AND OF DEPARTURE.
    • TOWN AND ISLAND NAMES.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF SOURCE, STUFF, OR MATERIAL.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF CAUSE, INFLUENCE, OR MOTIVE.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF COMPARISON.
    • II. THE LOCATIVE ABLATIVE.
    • (A.) THE LOCATIVE PROPER.
    • (B.) THE ABLATIVE USED AS LOCATIVE.
    • PLACE IN, ON, OR AT WHICH.
    • TIME AT WHICH OR TIME WITHIN WHICH.
    • III. THE INSTRUMENTAL ABLATIVE.
    • (A.) THE ABLATIVE OF ATTENDANCE.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF ACCOMPANIMENT.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF MANNER.
    • THE ABLATIVE ABSOLUTE.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF QUALITY.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF THE ROUTE TAKEN.
    • (B.) THE INSTRUMENTAL PROPER.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF INSTRUMENT OR MEANS.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF SPECIFICATION.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF FULNESS.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF MEASURE, EXCHANGE, AND PRICE.
    • THE ABLATIVE OF THE AMOUNT OF DIFFERENCE.
    • TWO OR MORE ABLATIVES COMBINED.
    • USE OF CASES WITH PREPOSITIONS.
    • PREPOSITIONS USED WITH THE ACCUSATIVE.
    • PREPOSITIONS USED WITH THE ABLATIVE.
    • PREPOSITIONS USED WITH THE ACCUSATIVE OR THE ABLATIVE.
    • COMBINATION OF SUBSTANTIVES BY A PREPOSITION.
    • REPETITION OR OMISSION OF A PREPOSITION WITH SEVERAL SUBSTANTIVES.
    • TWO PREPOSITIONS WITH ONE SUBSTANTIVE.
    • POSITION OF PREPOSITIONS.
    • USE OF ADVERBS.
    • NEGATIVE ADVERBS.
    • USE OF DEGREES OF COMPARISON.
    • THE POSITIVE.
    • THE COMPARATIVE.
    • THE SUPERLATIVE.
  • (B.) USE OF THE VERB.
    • VOICE.
      • THE ACTIVE VOICE.
      • THE PASSIVE VOICE.
      • DEPONENTS.
      • MOOD.
      • THE INDICATIVE MOOD.
      • DECLARATIONS.
      • QUESTIONS.
      • YES OR NO QUESTIONS.
      • POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ANSWERS.
      • ALTERNATIVE QUESTIONS.
      • PRONOUN QUESTIONS.
      • SOME APPLICATIONS OF QUESTIONS.
      • THE INFINITIVE OF INTIMATION.
      • THE SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
      • DECLARATIONS.
      • I. THE SUBJUNCTIVE OF DESIRE.
      • (A.) WISH.
      • (B.) EXHORTATION, DIRECTION, STATEMENT OF PROPRIETY.
      • (C.) WILLINGNESS, ASSUMPTION, CONCESSION.
      • II. THE SUBJUNCTIVE OF ACTION CONCEIVABLE.
      • QUESTIONS.
      • THE IMPERATIVE MOOD.
      • COMMAND.
      • PROHIBITION.
      • TENSE.
      • THE TENSES OF THE INDICATIVE.
      • THE PRESENT TENSE.
      • THE IMPERFECT TENSE.
      • THE PERFECT TENSE.
      • THE HISTORICAL PERFECT.
      • THE PERFECT DEFINITE.
      • THE PLUPERFECT TENSE.
      • THE FUTURE TENSE.
      • THE FUTURE PERFECT TENSE.
      • THE TENSES OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • THE ACTIVE VOICE.
    • THE PASSIVE VOICE.
    • DEPONENTS.
    • MOOD.
    • THE INDICATIVE MOOD.
    • DECLARATIONS.
    • QUESTIONS.
    • YES OR NO QUESTIONS.
    • POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE ANSWERS.
    • ALTERNATIVE QUESTIONS.
    • PRONOUN QUESTIONS.
    • SOME APPLICATIONS OF QUESTIONS.
    • THE INFINITIVE OF INTIMATION.
    • THE SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
    • DECLARATIONS.
    • I. THE SUBJUNCTIVE OF DESIRE.
    • (A.) WISH.
    • (B.) EXHORTATION, DIRECTION, STATEMENT OF PROPRIETY.
    • (C.) WILLINGNESS, ASSUMPTION, CONCESSION.
    • II. THE SUBJUNCTIVE OF ACTION CONCEIVABLE.
    • QUESTIONS.
    • THE IMPERATIVE MOOD.
    • COMMAND.
    • PROHIBITION.
    • TENSE.
    • THE TENSES OF THE INDICATIVE.
    • THE PRESENT TENSE.
    • THE IMPERFECT TENSE.
    • THE PERFECT TENSE.
    • THE HISTORICAL PERFECT.
    • THE PERFECT DEFINITE.
    • THE PLUPERFECT TENSE.
    • THE FUTURE TENSE.
    • THE FUTURE PERFECT TENSE.
    • THE TENSES OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
  • THE COMPOUND SENTENCE, OR COORDINATION.
    • (A.) WITHOUT A CONNECTIVE.
      • (B.) WITH A CONNECTIVE.
      • (1.) CONJUNCTIONS AS CONNECTIVES.
      • COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT COPULATIVES.
      • (2.) OTHER WORDS AS CONNECTIVES.
      • THE INTERMEDIATE COORDINATE SENTENCE.
    • (B.) WITH A CONNECTIVE.
    • (1.) CONJUNCTIONS AS CONNECTIVES.
    • COMBINATION OF DIFFERENT COPULATIVES.
    • (2.) OTHER WORDS AS CONNECTIVES.
    • THE INTERMEDIATE COORDINATE SENTENCE.
  • THE COMPLEX SENTENCE, OR SUBORDINATION.
    • MOOD OF THE SUBORDINATE SENTENCE.
      • THE INDICATIVE MOOD.
      • THE SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
      • THE SUBJUNCTIVE OF INDIRECT DISCOURSE AND OF ATTRACTION.
      • THE SUBJUNCTIVE OF REPEATED ACTION.
      • THE SUBJUNCTIVE AS IN THE SIMPLE SENTENCE.
      • TENSE OF THE SUBORDINATE SENTENCE.
      • THE TENSES OF THE INDICATIVE.
      • THE TENSES OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • TENSE SUBORDINATE TO AN INDICATIVE.
      • TENSE SUBORDINATE TO A SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • TENSE SUBORDINATE TO A NOUN OF THE VERB.
      • THE INDIRECT QUESTION.
      • YES OR NO QUESTIONS.
      • ALTERNATIVE QUESTIONS.
      • PRONOUN QUESTIONS.
      • ORIGINAL SUBJUNCTIVES.
      • INDICATIVE QUESTIONS APPARENTLY INDIRECT.
      • THE RELATIVE SENTENCE.
      • MOODS IN THE RELATIVE SENTENCE.
      • THE INDICATIVE MOOD.
      • THE SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
      • SENTENCES OF PURPOSE.
      • SENTENCES OF CHARACTERISTIC OR RESULT.
      • SENTENCES OF CAUSE OR CONCESSION.
      • CORRELATIVE SENTENCES.
      • RELATIVE SENTENCES COMBINED.
      • (A.) COORDINATION OF A RELATIVE.
      • (B.) SUBORDINATION OF A RELATIVE.
      • THE RELATIVE INTRODUCING A MAIN SENTENCE.
      • THE CONJUNCTIVE PARTICLE SENTENCE.
      • WITH THE INDICATIVE.
      • WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • WITH THE INDICATIVE.
      • WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • WITH THE INFINITIVE.
      • IN GENERAL STATEMENTS.
      • IN PARTICULAR STATEMENTS.
      • WITH THE INDICATIVE.
      • WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • (A.) PURPOSE.
      • I. COMPLEMENTARY FINAL CLAUSES.
      • II. PURE FINAL CLAUSES.
      • (B.) RESULT.
      • I. COMPLEMENTARY CONSECUTIVE CLAUSES.
      • II. PURE CONSECUTIVE CLAUSES.
      • WITH THE INDICATIVE.
      • WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • CONDITIONAL PERIODS.
      • CLASSES OF CONDITIONAL PROTASES.
      • I. INDETERMINATE PROTASES.
      • (A.) INDICATIVE USE.
      • (1.) PROTASIS IN THE PRESENT.
      • (2.) PROTASIS IN THE PERFECT.
      • (3.) PROTASIS IN THE IMPERFECT.
      • (4.) PROTASIS IN THE PLUPERFECT.
      • (5.) PROTASIS IN THE FUTURE.
      • (6.) PROTASIS IN THE FUTURE PERFECT.
      • SOME SPECIAL USES.
      • THE SUBJUNCTIVE FOR THE INDICATIVE.
      • (B.) SUBJUNCTIVE USE.
      • (1.) PROTASIS IN THE PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • (2.) PROTASIS IN THE PERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • CONVERSION TO PAST TIME.
      • PERIODS OF EXEMPLIFICATION.
      • II. PROTASES OF ACTION NON-OCCURRENT.
      • (1.) PROTASIS IN THE IMPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • (2.) PROTASIS IN THE PLUPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • INDICATIVE APODOSIS.
      • VARIATION OF THE PROTASIS.
      • VARIATION OF THE APODOSIS.
      • CONCESSIVE PROTASES.
      • CONDITIONAL COMPARISONS.
      • CONNECTION OF SEPARATE SENTENCES OR PERIODS.
      • (A.) WITHOUT A CONNECTIVE.
      • (B.) WITH A CONNECTIVE.
      • (1.) PRONOMINAL WORDS.
      • (2.) CONJUNCTIONS AND ADVERBS.
      • AFFIRMATIVE COORDINATION.
      • NOUNS OF THE VERB.
      • THE INFINITIVE.
      • OLD AND POETICAL USE OF THE INFINITIVE.
      • THE INFINITIVE OF PURPOSE.
      • THE INFINITIVE WITH ADJECTIVES.
      • THE ORDINARY USE OF THE INFINITIVE.
      • (A.) THE INFINITIVE AS OBJECT.
      • THE COMPLEMENTARY INFINITIVE.
      • THE ACCUSATIVE WITH THE INFINITIVE.
      • VERBS OF PERCEIVING, KNOWING, THINKING, AND SAYING.
      • VERBS OF ACCUSING.
      • VERBS OF HOPING, PROMISING, AND THREATENING.
      • VERBS OF EMOTION.
      • VERBS OF DESIRE.
      • VERBS OF ACCOMPLISHING.
      • VERBS OF TEACHING AND TRAINING.
      • VERBS OF BIDDING AND FORBIDDING AND OF ALLOWING.
      • THE INFINITIVE AS A SUBSTANTIVE ACCUSATIVE.
      • (B.) THE INFINITIVE AS SUBJECT.
      • THE INFINITIVE OF EXCLAMATION.
      • THE INFINITIVE OF INTIMATION.
      • THE TENSES OF THE INFINITIVE.
      • THE PRESENT TENSE.
      • THE PERFECT TENSE.
      • THE FUTURE TENSE.
      • THE GERUNDIVE AND GERUND.
      • (1.) THE GERUNDIVE CONSTRUCTION.
      • (2.) THE GERUND.
      • CASES OF GERUNDS AND GERUNDIVES.
      • NOMINATIVE.
      • ACCUSATIVE.
      • DATIVE.
      • GENITIVE.
      • ABLATIVE.
      • THE SUPINE.
      • THE PARTICIPLE.
      • TIME OF THE PARTICIPLE.
      • THE ATTRIBUTIVE PARTICIPLE.
      • THE SUBSTANTIVE PARTICIPLE.
      • THE APPOSITIVE PARTICIPLE.
      • THE PREDICATIVE PARTICIPLE.
    • THE INDICATIVE MOOD.
    • THE SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
    • THE SUBJUNCTIVE OF INDIRECT DISCOURSE AND OF ATTRACTION.
    • THE SUBJUNCTIVE OF REPEATED ACTION.
    • THE SUBJUNCTIVE AS IN THE SIMPLE SENTENCE.
    • TENSE OF THE SUBORDINATE SENTENCE.
    • THE TENSES OF THE INDICATIVE.
    • THE TENSES OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • TENSE SUBORDINATE TO AN INDICATIVE.
    • TENSE SUBORDINATE TO A SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • TENSE SUBORDINATE TO A NOUN OF THE VERB.
    • THE INDIRECT QUESTION.
    • YES OR NO QUESTIONS.
    • ALTERNATIVE QUESTIONS.
    • PRONOUN QUESTIONS.
    • ORIGINAL SUBJUNCTIVES.
    • INDICATIVE QUESTIONS APPARENTLY INDIRECT.
    • THE RELATIVE SENTENCE.
    • MOODS IN THE RELATIVE SENTENCE.
    • THE INDICATIVE MOOD.
    • THE SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
    • SENTENCES OF PURPOSE.
    • SENTENCES OF CHARACTERISTIC OR RESULT.
    • SENTENCES OF CAUSE OR CONCESSION.
    • CORRELATIVE SENTENCES.
    • RELATIVE SENTENCES COMBINED.
    • (A.) COORDINATION OF A RELATIVE.
    • (B.) SUBORDINATION OF A RELATIVE.
    • THE RELATIVE INTRODUCING A MAIN SENTENCE.
    • THE CONJUNCTIVE PARTICLE SENTENCE.
    • WITH THE INDICATIVE.
    • WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • WITH THE INDICATIVE.
    • WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • WITH THE INFINITIVE.
    • IN GENERAL STATEMENTS.
    • IN PARTICULAR STATEMENTS.
    • WITH THE INDICATIVE.
    • WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • (A.) PURPOSE.
    • I. COMPLEMENTARY FINAL CLAUSES.
    • II. PURE FINAL CLAUSES.
    • (B.) RESULT.
    • I. COMPLEMENTARY CONSECUTIVE CLAUSES.
    • II. PURE CONSECUTIVE CLAUSES.
    • WITH THE INDICATIVE.
    • WITH THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • CONDITIONAL PERIODS.
    • CLASSES OF CONDITIONAL PROTASES.
    • I. INDETERMINATE PROTASES.
    • (A.) INDICATIVE USE.
    • (1.) PROTASIS IN THE PRESENT.
    • (2.) PROTASIS IN THE PERFECT.
    • (3.) PROTASIS IN THE IMPERFECT.
    • (4.) PROTASIS IN THE PLUPERFECT.
    • (5.) PROTASIS IN THE FUTURE.
    • (6.) PROTASIS IN THE FUTURE PERFECT.
    • SOME SPECIAL USES.
    • THE SUBJUNCTIVE FOR THE INDICATIVE.
    • (B.) SUBJUNCTIVE USE.
    • (1.) PROTASIS IN THE PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • (2.) PROTASIS IN THE PERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • CONVERSION TO PAST TIME.
    • PERIODS OF EXEMPLIFICATION.
    • II. PROTASES OF ACTION NON-OCCURRENT.
    • (1.) PROTASIS IN THE IMPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • (2.) PROTASIS IN THE PLUPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • INDICATIVE APODOSIS.
    • VARIATION OF THE PROTASIS.
    • VARIATION OF THE APODOSIS.
    • CONCESSIVE PROTASES.
    • CONDITIONAL COMPARISONS.
    • CONNECTION OF SEPARATE SENTENCES OR PERIODS.
    • (A.) WITHOUT A CONNECTIVE.
    • (B.) WITH A CONNECTIVE.
    • (1.) PRONOMINAL WORDS.
    • (2.) CONJUNCTIONS AND ADVERBS.
    • AFFIRMATIVE COORDINATION.
    • NOUNS OF THE VERB.
    • THE INFINITIVE.
    • OLD AND POETICAL USE OF THE INFINITIVE.
    • THE INFINITIVE OF PURPOSE.
    • THE INFINITIVE WITH ADJECTIVES.
    • THE ORDINARY USE OF THE INFINITIVE.
    • (A.) THE INFINITIVE AS OBJECT.
    • THE COMPLEMENTARY INFINITIVE.
    • THE ACCUSATIVE WITH THE INFINITIVE.
    • VERBS OF PERCEIVING, KNOWING, THINKING, AND SAYING.
    • VERBS OF ACCUSING.
    • VERBS OF HOPING, PROMISING, AND THREATENING.
    • VERBS OF EMOTION.
    • VERBS OF DESIRE.
    • VERBS OF ACCOMPLISHING.
    • VERBS OF TEACHING AND TRAINING.
    • VERBS OF BIDDING AND FORBIDDING AND OF ALLOWING.
    • THE INFINITIVE AS A SUBSTANTIVE ACCUSATIVE.
    • (B.) THE INFINITIVE AS SUBJECT.
    • THE INFINITIVE OF EXCLAMATION.
    • THE INFINITIVE OF INTIMATION.
    • THE TENSES OF THE INFINITIVE.
    • THE PRESENT TENSE.
    • THE PERFECT TENSE.
    • THE FUTURE TENSE.
    • THE GERUNDIVE AND GERUND.
    • (1.) THE GERUNDIVE CONSTRUCTION.
    • (2.) THE GERUND.
    • CASES OF GERUNDS AND GERUNDIVES.
    • NOMINATIVE.
    • ACCUSATIVE.
    • DATIVE.
    • GENITIVE.
    • ABLATIVE.
    • THE SUPINE.
    • THE PARTICIPLE.
    • TIME OF THE PARTICIPLE.
    • THE ATTRIBUTIVE PARTICIPLE.
    • THE SUBSTANTIVE PARTICIPLE.
    • THE APPOSITIVE PARTICIPLE.
    • THE PREDICATIVE PARTICIPLE.
  • APPENDIX.
    • (A.) SOME OCCASIONAL PECULIARITIES OF VERBS.
      • THE CONATIVE USE.
      • THE CAUSATIVE USE.
      • THE POTENTIAL USE.
      • THE OBLIGATORY USE.
      • THE PERMISSIVE USE.
      • (B.) INDIRECT DISCOURSE.
      • MOOD.
      • (A.) MAIN SENTENCES.
      • (B.) SUBORDINATE SENTENCES.
      • (2.) TENSE.
      • (A.) OF THE INFINITIVE.
      • (B.) OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
      • (3.) PRONOUN.
      • CONDITIONAL PERIODS IN INDIRECT DISCOURSE.
      • (A.) PROTASIS.
      • (B.) APODOSIS.
      • (C.) PRONOUNS.
      • THE PERSONAL PRONOUN.
      • EQUIVALENTS FOR A RECIPROCAL PRONOUN.
      • THE POSSESSIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE DETERMINATIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE PRONOUN OF IDENTITY.
      • THE INTENSIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.
      • THE INDEFINITE PRONOUN.
      • (D.) NUMERALS.
      • SOME FORMS OF NUMERALS.
      • SOME USES OF NUMERALS.
      • DISTRIBUTIVES.
      • OTHER NUMERALS.
      • EXPRESSION OF FRACTIONS.
      • (E.) PROSODY.
      • I. RULES OF QUANTITY.
      • (A.) IN CLASSICAL LATIN.
      • MONOSYLLABLES.
      • POLYSYLLABLES.
      • PENULTS.
      • FINAL SYLLABLES.
      • (1.) ENDING IN A VOWEL.
      • POSITION.
      • HIDDEN QUANTITY.
      • (B.) SOME PECULIARITIES OF QUANTITY IN OLD LATIN.
      • LAW OF IAMBIC SHORTENING.
      • II. FIGURES OF PROSODY.
      • HIATUS.
      • ELISION.
      • III. VERSIFICATION.
      • QUANTITY.
      • FEET.
      • KINDS OF FEET.
      • CYCLIC FEET.
      • IRRATIONAL SYLLABLES AND FEET.
      • RHYTHMS.
      • ANACRUSIS.
      • GROUPS OF FEET.
      • SYLLABA ANCEPS.
      • CATALEXIS, PAUSE, SYNCOPE.
      • CAESURA.
      • STROPHE. SYSTEM.
      • NUMERI ITALICI.
      • THE SATURNIAN.
      • DACTYLIC RHYTHMS.
      • THE DACTYLIC HEXAMETER.
      • THE DACTYLIC PENTAMETER.
      • IAMBIC RHYTHMS.
      • THE IAMBIC TRIMETER OR SENARIUS.
      • THE IAMBIC TRIMETER CATALECTIC.
      • IAMBIC SEPTENARIUS.
      • OTHER IAMBIC VERSES.
      • THE VERSUS REIZIANUS.
      • TROCHAIC RHYTHMS.
      • THE NINE-SYLLABLED ALCAIC.
      • THE TROCHAIC TRIPODY ACATALECTIC.
      • THE TROCHAIC TRIPODY CATALECTIC.
      • OTHER TROCHAIC VERSES.
      • LOGAOEDIC RHYTHMS.
      • DIPODY.
      • THE ADONIC.
      • TRIPODIES.
      • TETRAPODIES.
      • THE GLYCONIC.
      • PENTAPODIES.
      • THE LESSER SAPPHIC.
      • COMPOSITE LOGAOEDIC VERSES.
      • THE LESSER ASCLEPIADEAN.
      • THE GREATER ASCLEPIADEAN.
      • THE GREATER SAPPHIC.
      • THE PRIAPEAN.
      • DACTYLO-TROCHAIC RHYTHMS.
      • THE GREATER ARCHILOCHIAN.
      • THE IAMBELEGUS.
      • THE ELEGIAMBUS.
      • ANAPAESTIC RHYTHMS.
      • CRETIC RHYTHMS.
      • THE CRETIC TETRAMETER ACATALECTIC.
      • THE CRETIC TETRAMETER CATALECTIC.
      • OTHER CRETIC VERSES.
      • BACCHĪAC RHYTHMS.
      • THE BACCHIAC TETRAMETER ACATALECTIC.
      • OTHER BACCHIAC VERSES.
      • CHORIAMBIC RHYTHMS.
      • IONIC RHYTHMS.
      • ABBREVIATIONS USED IN CITING THE AUTHORS.
      • LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.
    • THE CONATIVE USE.
    • THE CAUSATIVE USE.
    • THE POTENTIAL USE.
    • THE OBLIGATORY USE.
    • THE PERMISSIVE USE.
    • (B.) INDIRECT DISCOURSE.
    • MOOD.
    • (A.) MAIN SENTENCES.
    • (B.) SUBORDINATE SENTENCES.
    • (2.) TENSE.
    • (A.) OF THE INFINITIVE.
    • (B.) OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE.
    • (3.) PRONOUN.
    • CONDITIONAL PERIODS IN INDIRECT DISCOURSE.
    • (A.) PROTASIS.
    • (B.) APODOSIS.
    • (C.) PRONOUNS.
    • THE PERSONAL PRONOUN.
    • EQUIVALENTS FOR A RECIPROCAL PRONOUN.
    • THE POSSESSIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE DETERMINATIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE PRONOUN OF IDENTITY.
    • THE INTENSIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE INTERROGATIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE RELATIVE PRONOUN.
    • THE INDEFINITE PRONOUN.
    • (D.) NUMERALS.
    • SOME FORMS OF NUMERALS.
    • SOME USES OF NUMERALS.
    • DISTRIBUTIVES.
    • OTHER NUMERALS.
    • EXPRESSION OF FRACTIONS.
    • (E.) PROSODY.
    • I. RULES OF QUANTITY.
    • (A.) IN CLASSICAL LATIN.
    • MONOSYLLABLES.
    • POLYSYLLABLES.
    • PENULTS.
    • FINAL SYLLABLES.
    • (1.) ENDING IN A VOWEL.
    • POSITION.
    • HIDDEN QUANTITY.
    • (B.) SOME PECULIARITIES OF QUANTITY IN OLD LATIN.
    • LAW OF IAMBIC SHORTENING.
    • II. FIGURES OF PROSODY.
    • HIATUS.
    • ELISION.
    • III. VERSIFICATION.
    • QUANTITY.
    • FEET.
    • KINDS OF FEET.
    • CYCLIC FEET.
    • IRRATIONAL SYLLABLES AND FEET.
    • RHYTHMS.
    • ANACRUSIS.
    • GROUPS OF FEET.
    • SYLLABA ANCEPS.
    • CATALEXIS, PAUSE, SYNCOPE.
    • CAESURA.
    • STROPHE. SYSTEM.
    • NUMERI ITALICI.
    • THE SATURNIAN.
    • DACTYLIC RHYTHMS.
    • THE DACTYLIC HEXAMETER.
    • THE DACTYLIC PENTAMETER.
    • IAMBIC RHYTHMS.
    • THE IAMBIC TRIMETER OR SENARIUS.
    • THE IAMBIC TRIMETER CATALECTIC.
    • IAMBIC SEPTENARIUS.
    • OTHER IAMBIC VERSES.
    • THE VERSUS REIZIANUS.
    • TROCHAIC RHYTHMS.
    • THE NINE-SYLLABLED ALCAIC.
    • THE TROCHAIC TRIPODY ACATALECTIC.
    • THE TROCHAIC TRIPODY CATALECTIC.
    • OTHER TROCHAIC VERSES.
    • LOGAOEDIC RHYTHMS.
    • DIPODY.
    • THE ADONIC.
    • TRIPODIES.
    • TETRAPODIES.
    • THE GLYCONIC.
    • PENTAPODIES.
    • THE LESSER SAPPHIC.
    • COMPOSITE LOGAOEDIC VERSES.
    • THE LESSER ASCLEPIADEAN.
    • THE GREATER ASCLEPIADEAN.
    • THE GREATER SAPPHIC.
    • THE PRIAPEAN.
    • DACTYLO-TROCHAIC RHYTHMS.
    • THE GREATER ARCHILOCHIAN.
    • THE IAMBELEGUS.
    • THE ELEGIAMBUS.
    • ANAPAESTIC RHYTHMS.
    • CRETIC RHYTHMS.
    • THE CRETIC TETRAMETER ACATALECTIC.
    • THE CRETIC TETRAMETER CATALECTIC.
    • OTHER CRETIC VERSES.
    • BACCHĪAC RHYTHMS.
    • THE BACCHIAC TETRAMETER ACATALECTIC.
    • OTHER BACCHIAC VERSES.
    • CHORIAMBIC RHYTHMS.
    • IONIC RHYTHMS.
    • ABBREVIATIONS USED IN CITING THE AUTHORS.
    • LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS.
  • INDEX OF SUBJECTS.
  • INDEX OF LATIN WORDS.
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