A first Latin reader

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American book Company, 1912 - 240 頁
 

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第 162 頁 - Spurinnamque irridens et ut falsum arguens, quod sine ulla sua noxa Idus Martiae adessent: quamquam is venisse quidem eas diceret, sed non praeterisse.
第 164 頁 - Utque animadvertit, undique se strictis pugionibus peti, toga caput obvolvit ; simul sinistra 10 manu sinum ad ima crura deduxit, quo honestius caderet, etiam inferiore corporis parte velata. Atque ita tribus et viginti plagis confossus est, uno modo ad primum ictum gemitu sine voce edito : etsi tradiderunt quidam Marco Bruto inruenti dixisse, K<ZI <ru, TCKVOV ; exanimis, diffugientibus 1.
第 237 頁 - THIS book combines a thorough and systematic study of the essentials of Latin Syntax with abundant practice in translating English into Latin; and affords constant practice in writing Latin at sight.
第 164 頁 - Cimber Tillius, qui primas partes susceperat, quasi aliquid rogaturus propius accessit renuentique et gestu in aliud tempus differenti ab utroque umero togam adprehendit ; deinde clamantem : " Ista quidem vis est ! " alter e Cascis 2 aversum1 vulnerat paulum infra iugulum.
第 242 頁 - ... Ponto ; Life of Ovid, Poetic Forms of Ovid's Works; with notes on the selections, and vocabulary. <^[ The notes have been prepared with special reference to the needs of both the school and the college student. They include : General assistance in the translation of difficult and obscure passages ; judicious references on points of syntax to all the modern school grammars in common use ; notes and comments upon points of antiquarian interest; and suggestions and illustrations of the relations...
第 173 頁 - ... interficit ; deinde utrimque ex lateribus ceteros adgreditur. Manlius et Faesulanus in primis pugnantes cadunt. Catilina, postquam fusas copias seque cum paucis relictum videt, memor generis atque pristinae suae dignitatis, in confertissumos hostis incurrit, ibique pugnans confoditur.
第 241 頁 - This dictionary is not an abridgment, but an entirely new and independent work, designed to include all of the student's needs, after acquiring the elements of grammar, for the interpretation of the Latin authors commonly read in school. LEWIS'S ELEMENTARY LATIN DICTIONARY By CHARLTON T.
第 165 頁 - Nee in tot vulneribus, ut Antistius medicus existimabat, letale ullum repertum est, nisi quod secundo loco in pectore acceperat. Fuerat animus coniuratis corpus occisi in Tiberim trahere, bona publicare, acta rescindere, sed metu Marci Antoni consulis et magistri equitum Lepidi destiterunt.
第 168 頁 - Allobrogum requirat, eosque, si possit, impellat ad societatem belli; existimans publice privatimque aere alieno oppresses, praeterea, quod natura gens Gallica bellicosa esset, facile eos ad tale consilium adduci posse. Umbrenus, quod in Gallia negotiatus erat, plerisque principibus civitatium notus erat, atque eos noverat: itaque sine mora, ubi...
第 239 頁 - It is published in two volumes : one containing the first six books, the other the entire twelve books — an arrangement especially convenient for students who read more than the minimum College Entrance Requirements in Latin. Both volumes are printed on very thin opaque paper, thus making each an extraordinarily compact and usable book.

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