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By Jeanne Neumann, Hans H. Ørberg

ISBN-10: 158510809X

ISBN-13: 9781585108091

This quantity is the thoroughly reset moment variation of Jeanne Marie Neumann's A collage Companion (Focus, 2008).

It deals a working exposition, in English, of the Latin grammar coated in Hans H. Ørberg's Familia Romana, and comprises the entire textual content of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin–English Vocabulary. It additionally serves instead for Ørberg's Latine Disco, on which it truly is established. because it comprises no workouts, besides the fact that, it's not an alternative to the Ørberg ancillary Exercitia Latina I.

even though designed specifically for these coming near near Familia Romana at an sped up velocity, this quantity may be worthwhile to someone looking an particular structure of Familia Romana's inductively-presented grammar. as well as many revisions of the textual content, the second one version additionally contains new devices on cultural context, tied to the narrative content material of the chapter.

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Ecce 8. Points of Style: Enumerations The Roman Family We now introduce you to the people whose daily lives we will follow in the rest of the text. The picture shows them dressed in their best clothes, except for the four who are relegated to the margin—clearly, they are not on the same level as the rest of the family. Be sure to remember their names, for you will soon become so well acquainted with these persons that you will almost feel like a friend visiting a real Roman family 2,000 years ago.

67) Tacēte, puerī! 72) Notā Bene: As in the indicative, in the imperative plural of the consonant‑ verbs (3rd conjugation), a short vowel is inserted before the ending: • ‑i‑ before the imperative ending ‑te Discēdite, puerī! (cf. 73) Imperative and Indicative 1. ā 2. ē 3. con. 4. ī imp. ind. imp. ind. imp. ind. imp. ind. sing vocā voca|t vidē vide|t pōn|e pōn|it audī audi|t pl. vocā|te voca|nt vidē|te vide|nt pōn|ite pōn|unt audī|te audi|unt 39 V. 70), shows that rīdet, which is usually an intransitive verb, can take an object in the sense “laugh at”: Puerī Iūliam rīdent.

The genitive plural is eōrum, eārum (thus, for dominus servōrum, you find dominus eōrum). • The genitive singular has a special form eius, which is the same for all three genders: you have already had sacculus eius (: Iūliī), now you find nāsus eius (: Syrae). (These genitives correspond to the English possessive pronouns “his/her/its/their”). , Mārcus et Quīntus), the verb ends in ‑nt (cf. est and sunt): Mārcus et Quīntus Iūliam vocant. Puerī rīdent. Multī servī in ūnō cubiculō dormiunt. 40) Notā Bene: In the consonant‑verbs (3rd conjugation), a short vowel is inserted before the plural endings of the indicative: • ‑u‑ before the indicative ending ‑nt: Puerī discēdunt.

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