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CONTENTS

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To the Student — By way of Introduction 1-4

PART I. THE PRONUNCIATION OF LATIN

Alphabet, Sounds of the Letters, Syllables, Quantity, Accent, How to Read Latin 5-11

PART II. WORDS AND FORMS

I-VI. First PrinciplesSubject and Predicate, Inflection, Number, Nominative Subject, Possessive Genitive, Agreement of Verb, Direct Object, Indirect Object, etc.Dialogue 12-24

VTI-VIII. First or Ā-DeclensionGender, Agreement of Adjectives, Word Order 25-30

IX-X. Second or O-Declension — General Rules for DeclensionPredicate Noun, AppositionDialogue 31-35

XI. Adjectives of the First and Second Declensions 36-37

XII. Nouns in -ius and -ium — Germānia 38-39

XIII. Second Declension (Continued) — Nouns in -er and -irItalia — Dialogue 39-4i

XIV. Possessive Adjective Pronouns 42-43

XV. Ablative denoting WithCause, Means, Accompaniment, MannerThe Romans Prepare for War 44-46

XVI. The Nine Irregular Adjectives 46-47

XVII. The Demonstrative is, ea, idDialogue 48-50

XVIII. Conjugation — Present, Imperfect, and Future of sumDialogue 51-53

XIX. Present Active Indicative of amō and moneō 54-56

XX. Imperfect Active Indicative of amō and moneōMeaning of the ImperfectNiobe and her Children. 56-57

XXI. Future Active Indicative of amō and moneōNiobe and her Children (Concluded) 58-59

XXII. Review of VerbsThe Dative with AdjectivesCornelia and her Jewels 59~61

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