Exercises Adapted to the Complete Latin Grammar by John William DonaldsonExercises Adapted to the Complete Latin Grammar by John William Donaldson

Exercises Adapted to the Complete Latin Grammar

byJohn William Donaldson

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1852 Excerpt: ... 19. Ingratus sum beneficium,--diu inter manus dans--. 20.----felicitas--desum confiteor, quod Capitolium non dedico (76, iv, C). 21. Non possum--moeror (166) obsto si (in, C). 22. Si negligens sum in accipio beneficium (188),--facio quum voluptas refrigeo? 23. Equus fio formidolosus et contumax, nisi--tactus (29) blandio (E. i) permulceo (C. in). 24.--ingens Capitolium vectigal singulus comessatio exsorbeo. 25. Ut scio, non sum sanus,--ira possideo, ipse ille habitus intueor. 26.--spondeo (G.) voco (76), hic audio (G.) scriptum. 27. 'Rhodius usque ad--memoria disciplina navalis remaneo. 28. Exareo amnis aut in--cursus contorqueo 29. In--prodigiosus--et incredibilis videor (70, 83) haud dubito. 30. Haud procul inde cieo (E. in)--in diversus--(47) differo (distuli, A. iv). 31. Torreo altus sto paries (25). 80--83. 1.--quum--(C. iv)--legio Vitellianus (128, vn) vinco, pugio (128, vn) Vita. finio. 2. They the particular persons do not feel labour, whose eyes the splendour of virtue has possessed, and whose minds the pursuit of glory has fortified. 3. Many turn it to a reproach for poets, that they have stuffed the life of men with every superstition. 4. Nature has clothed and hedged in the eyes with the finest membranes. 5. Lycurgus sanctioned nothing by any law at all for others, of which he did not first give the proofs, himself for himself. 6. They say that Socrates quaffed the deadly cup with cheerful and willing mind. 7. There are in Campania mountains clothed with vines, Gaurus, Falernus, Massicus, and the most beautiful of all, Vesuvius. 8. Between the Messenians and Achseans first a dissension and afterwards a war arose concerning the leadership. 9. Hercules went away to the Gods: he would never have gone away, unless he had built up that the particular...
Title:Exercises Adapted to the Complete Latin GrammarFormat:PaperbackDimensions:20 pages, 9.69 × 7.44 × 0.04 inPublished:February 9, 2012Publisher:General Books LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0217832512

ISBN - 13:9780217832519