New Latin Grammar eBook

Charles Edwin Bennett
This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 240 pages of information about New Latin Grammar.

    CHAPTER III.—­Syntax of Adjectives.

  Agreement of Adjectives Sec. 234
  Adjectives used Substantively Sec. 236
  Adjectives with the Force of Adverbs Sec. 239
  Comparatives and Superlatives Sec. 240
  Other Peculiarities Sec. 241

    CHAPTER IV.—­Syntax of Pronouns.

  Personal Pronouns Sec. 242
  Possessive Pronouns Sec. 243
  Reflexive Pronouns Sec. 244
  Reciprocal Pronouns Sec. 245
  Demonstrative Pronouns Sec. 246
  Relative Pronouns Sec. 250
  Indefinite Pronouns Sec. 252
  Pronominal Adjectives Sec. 253

    CHAPTER V.—­Syntax of Verbs.

Agreement of Verbs Sec. 254 Voices Sec. 256 Tenses —­ Of the Indicative Sec. 257 —­ Of the Subjunctive Sec. 266 —­ Of the Infinitive Sec. 270 Moods —­ In Independent Sentences Sec. 271 —­ —­ Volitive Subjunctive Sec. 273 —­ —­ Optative Subjunctive Sec. 279 —­ —­ Potential Subjunctive Sec. 280 —­ —­ Imperative Sec. 281 —­ In Dependent Clauses —­ —­ Clauses of Purpose Sec. 282 —­ —­ Clauses of Characteristic Sec. 283 —­ —­ Clauses of Result Sec. 284 —­ —­ Causal Clauses Sec. 285 —­ —­ Temporal Clauses —­ —­ —­ Introduced by Postquam, Ut, Ubi, etc.  Sec. 287 —­ —­ —­ Cum-Clauses Sec. 288 —­ —­ —­ Introduced by Antequam and Priusquam Sec. 291 —­ —­ —­ Introduced by Dum, Donec, Quoad Sec. 293 —­ —­ Substantive Clauses Sec. 294 —­ —­ —­ Developed from the Volitive Sec. 295 —­ —­ —­ Developed from the Optative Sec. 296 —­ —­ —­ Of Result Sec. 297 —­ —­ —­ After non dubito, etc.  Sec. 298 —­ —­ —­ Introduced by Quod Sec. 299 —­ —­ —­ Indirect Questions Sec. 300 —­ —­ Conditional Sentences Sec. 301 —­ —­ Use of Si, Nisi, Sin Sec. 306 —­ —­ Conditional Clauses of Comparison Sec. 307 —­ —­ Concessive Clauses Sec. 308 —­ —­ Adversative Clauses with Quamvis, Quamquam, etc.  Sec. 309 —­ —­ Clauses of Wish and Proviso Sec. 310 —­ —­ Relative Clauses Sec. 311 —­ —­ Indirect Discourse Sec. 313 —­ —­ —­ Moods in Indirect Discourse Sec. 314 —­ —­ —­ Tenses in Indirect Discourse Sec. 317 —­ —­ —­ Conditional Sentences in Indirect Discourse Sec. 319 —­ —­ Implied Indirect Discourse Sec. 323 —­ —­ Subjunctive by Attraction Sec. 324 Noun and Adjective Forms of the Verb Sec. 325 —­ Infinitive Sec. 326 —­ Participles Sec. 336 —­ Gerund Sec. 338 —­ Supine Sec. 340

    CHAPTER VI.—­Particles.

  Cooerdinate Conjunctions Sec. 341
  Adverbs Sec. 347

    CHAPTER VII.—­Word-Order and Sentence-Structure.

  Word-Order Sec. 348
  Sentence-Structure Sec. 351

    CHAPTER VIII.—­Hints on Latin Style.  Sec. 352

  Nouns Sec. 353
  Adjectives Sec. 354
  Pronouns Sec. 355
  Verbs Sec. 356
  The Cases Sec. 357

PART VI.

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