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TEACHERS' MANUAL

Vocabulary, p. 290. Caution on the accent of sinis'ter.

Note that the word ubi is never used in the sense of interrogative when. For that the Latin uses quandō.

FOURTH REVIEW

This review, like the third, contains but a short word list, vocabularies in the preceding lessons having been reduced to a minimum to permit of greater concentration on the verb. To facilitate verb drill place on the board the following scheme and leave it there for daily use until the pupils can give instantly any form of any verb of which they know the principal parts.

Verb

Prin. Parts
Stems

Active Voice

Passive Voice

Pres. Stem Perf. Stem Pres. Stem Perf. Stem
Indicative Indicative
Pres. Perf. Pres. Perf.
Impf. (-bā-) Plup. (-erā-) Impf. (-bā-) Plup.
Fut.(-bi- or -ā- and -ē-) Fut. Perf. (-eri-) Fut.(-bi- or -ā- and -ē-) Fut. Perf.

Imperative

Imperative

Pres. Pres.

Infinitive

Infinitive

Pres. Perf. Pres. Perf.
Fut. (Part. Stem)


LESSON XXXVII

§ 212. When assigning the inflection of possum, pronounce its forms and have the pupils repeat. Caution on the accent, especially in the present and the perfect indicative.