Latin for Beginners eBook

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  THE SECOND OR O-DECLENSION
  1.  Endings in the nominative
  2.  Rule for gender
  3.  Case terminations of nouns in -us
          a.  Singular
          b.  Plural
      a.  The vocative singular of nouns in -us
  4.  Case terminations of nouns in -um
          a.  Singular
          b.  Plural
  5.  Peculiarities of nouns in -er and -ir
  6.  Peculiarities of nouns in -ius and -ium

III.  REVIEW OF LESSONS XVIII-XXVI

510. Give the English of the following words: 

NOUNS OF THE FIRST DECLENSION disciplina\ regina forma\ superbia poena\ tristitia\ potentia\

  NOUNS OF THE SECOND DECLENSION
   ludus
  
ornamentum\
   sacrum
  socius\
  
verbum\

ADJECTIVES OF THE FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSIONS amicus\ iratus antiquus\ laetus\ finitimus\ molestus\ gratus\ perpetuus\ idoneus\ proximus\ inimicus\ septem\ interfectus\ superbus\

  ADVERBS
   hodie
  
ibi\
  maxime\
   mox
  
nunc\
  nuper\

  CONJUNCTIONS
  etiam\
  
non solum ... sed etiam\

  PERSONAL PRONOUN
  ego\

  VERBS
    CONJ.  I
     volo, -are

CONJ.  II deleo, -ere\ noceo, -ere\ doceo, -ere\ pareo, -ere\ faveo, -ere\ persuadeo, -ere\ habeo, -ere\ sedeo, -ere iubeo, -ere\ studeo, -ere\ moneo, -ere\ video, -ere\ moveo, -ere\
CONJ.  III ago, -ere\ fugio, -ere\ capio, -ere\ iacio, -ere\ credo, -ere\ mitto, -ere\ dico, -ere\ rapio, -ere duco, -ere\ rego, -ere\ facio, -ere\ resisto, -ere\
CONJ.  IV audio, -ire\ munio, -ire\ reperio, -ire\ venio, -ire\

    IRREGULAR VERB
    
sum, esse\

511. Give the Latin of the following words.  In the case of verbs always give the first form and the present infinitive.

ancient                power
come                   make, do
resist                 injure
see                    now
be                     annoying
fly                     lead
I                      move
proud                   soon
word                   glad
sadness                punishment
find                   believe
rule (verb)            advise
be eager for           especially, most of all
not only ... but also     angry
seven                  beauty

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