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This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 299 pages of information about Latin for Beginners.

  THE FIRST OR A-DECLENSION
  1.  Ending in the nominative singular
  2.  Rule for gender
  3.  Case terminations
      a.  Singular
      b.  Plural
  4.  Irregular nouns

II.  REVIEW OF LESSONS IX-XVII

506. Give the English of the following words: 

NOUNS OF THE FIRST DECLENSION
agri cultura\    galea\
constantia\      inopia\
copia\           lacrima\
diligentia\      lorica\
fama\            patria\
femina           praeda\
NOUNS OF THE SECOND DECLENSION ager\ liberi\ amicus\ magister arma\ (plural) murus\ auxilium\ numerus\ bellum\ oppidanus\ carrus\ oppidum\ castrum\ pilum\ cibus\ populus\ consilium\ praemium\ domicilium\ proelium\
 dominus puer\
equus\ scutum\ filius\ servus\
 fluvius
studium\
frumentum\ telum\ gladius\ vicus\ legatus\ vir\
ADJECTIVES OF THE FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSIONS aeger, aegra, aegrum\ alius, alia, aliud\ alter, altera, alterum\ armatus, -a, -um\ creber, crebra, crebrum\ durus, -a, -um\ finitimus, -a, -um\ infirmus, -a, -um\ legionarius, -a, -um\ liber, libera, liberum\ maturus, -a, -um\ meus, -a, -um\ miser, misera, miserum\ multus, -a, -um\ neuter, neutra, neutrum\ noster, nostra, nostrum\ nullus, -a, -um\ pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum\ solus, -a, -um\ suus, -a, -um\ totus, -a, -um\ tuus, -a, -um\ ullus, -a, -um\ unus, -a, -um\ uter, utra, utrum\
 validus, -a, -um
vester, vestra, vestrum\

  VERBS
   arat
  curat\
  
desiderat\
  maturat\
  
properat\

  DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUN
  is, ea, id\

CONJUNCTIONS an\ -que\ sed\

  ADVERBS
  
iam\
   quo
  saepe\

  PREPOSITION
  apud\

507. Give the Latin of the following words: 

sword                 shield (noun)
corselet              whole
man                   it
your (plural)         aid (noun)
hasten                legionary
but                   weak
among                 arms
tear (noun)            master (of school)
village               friend
strong                 neighboring
long for              sick
and (enclitic)        lieutenant
often                 field
want (noun)           report, rumor
which (of two)        abode
care for              boy


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