A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language

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A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language  (1858) 
by G. J. Adler

Note to contributors: We are striving to mark all long vowels in this work, even though they are not all marked in the book as printed. This includes all vowels before -nf- and -ns-. Thank you for cooperating!

Lesson 2 will be the model for all other lessons. Please style all pages after that one!

An asterisk before a word denotes a neologism or a new meaning attached to an ancient word. Please link the asterisk to the Abbreviations page.

"Atque hōc modō inter empericam et ratiōnālem facultātem (quārum mōrōsa et inauspicāta dīvortia et repudia omnia in hūmānā familiā turbāvēre) conjugium vērum et lēgitimum in perpetuum nōs firmāsse existimāmus"

"Iter autem ..... per experientiae et rērum particulārium silvās perpetuō faciendum est"

Franciscus De Verulamio, Instaur. Magn. Praef.


Note: Much of the information given in Lesson 1 is now known to be inaccurate. We include it for historical purposes only.

This work was published before January 1, 1926, and is in the public domain worldwide because the author died at least 100 years ago.