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Product `desc`riptionTough Test Questions? Missed Lectures? Not Enough Time?Fortunately for you, there's Schaum's Outlines. More than 40 million students have trusted Schaum's to help them succeed in the classroom and on exams. Schaum's is the key to faster learning and higher grades in every subject. Each Outline presents all the essential course information in an easy-to-follow, topic-by-topic format. You also get hundreds of examples, solved problems, and practice exercises to test your skills. This Schaum's Outline gives you Practice problems with full explanations that reinforce knowledge Coverage of the most up-to-date developments in your course field In-depth review of practic Published by McGraw-Hill on 2001/08/27

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     and websites, please click here. In Memoria Mattaei Spinelli This page intentionally left blank. For more information about this book, click here. CONTENTS Preface xi Introduction to the Latin Alphabet and Pronunciation xiii Alphabet xiii Consonants xiii Vowels xiv Dipthongs xiv Pronunciation of Latin Words xiv CHAPTER 1 The Noun 1 The Nominative Case 2 The Genitive Case 2 The Dative Case 3 The Accusative Case 3 The Ablative Case 3 The Vocative Case

    4 Declension 4 The First Declension 4 The Second Declension 7 The Third Declension 9 The Fourth Declension 12 The Fifth Declension 13 A Few Irregular Nouns 14 CHAPTER 2 The Adjective 17 First-Second-Declension Adjectives 17 Third-Declension Adjectives 19 Three-Termination Adjectives 19 Two-Termination Adjectives 20 One-Termination Adjectives 21 Adjectives with the Genitive Singular in -õÅus 23 v Copyright 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Click Here for Terms of Use. vi Contents Comparison of Adjectives 24 The Comparative Degree 24 The Superlative Degree 25 CHAPTER 3 Pronouns and Adjectives

    27 Personal Pronouns 27 Re?exive Pronouns 28 Possessive Adjectives 28 Demonstratives 29 Relatives 31 Interrogatives 31 Inde?nites 32 CHAPTER 4 The Verb 35 Person and Number 35 Voice 35 Mood 36 Indicative 36 Subjunctive 36 Imperative 36 Tense 36 Conjugations 37 Present System 38 Present Indicative Active 39 Present Indicative Passive 39 Imperfect Indicative Active 41

    Imperfect Indicative Passive 42 Future Indicative Active 43 Future Indicative Passive 44 Present Subjunctive Active 45 Present Subjunctive Passive 46 Imperfect Subjunctive Active 47 Imperfect Subjunctive Passive 47 Present Imperative Active 48 Present Imperative Passive 48 Future Imperative Active 49 Perfect System 52 Perfect Active System 52 Perfect Passive System 54 Verbal Nouns 59 In?nitives 59 Supine 60 Gerund 60 Participles 61 Present Active Participle 61 Contents vii Perfect Passive Participle 62

    Future Active Participle 62 Future Passive Participle 62 Periphrastics 62 Deponent Verbs 63 Participles 64 Imperfect Subjunctive 65 Semi-Deponent Verbs 66 Impersonal Verbs 66 Some Irregular Verbs 67 Present Participle 68 Present Indicative 68 Imperfect Indicative 68 Future Indicative 68 Present Subjunctive 69 Present Participle 69 Present Indicative 69 Imperative 69 CHAPTER 5 Adverbs and Prepositions 73 Adverbs 73 Prepositions 74 Common Prepositions with the Accusative Case

    75 Common Prepositions with the Ablative Case 76 Prepositions That Take Both Accusative and Ablative Cases 76 CHAPTER 6 Syntax of the Noun 79 Nominative Case 79 Subject 79 Predicate Nominative 79 Genitive Case 80 Possessive Genitive 80 Partitive Genitive 80 Objective Genetive 80 Subjective Genetive 81 Genitive of Characteristic, or Predicate Genitive 81 Genitive of Description 81 Genitive of Inde?nite Value 81 Genitive with Certain Verbs 82 Dative Case 84 Indirect Object 84 Dative of the Possessor 85 Predicate Dative 85 Dative with Compound Verbs 85

    Dative with Certain Intransitive Verbs 86 Dative of Agent 86 viii Contents Accusative Case 88 Direct Object 88 Subject Accusative of an In?nitive 88 Accusative of Extent of Time or Space 88 Adverbial Accusative 88 Accusative of Place to Which 88 Accusative with Prepositions 89 Accusative of Exclamation 89 Ablative Case 91 Ablative of Place from Which (from) 91 Ablative of Place Where (in) 92 Ablative of Time When or within Which (in) 92 Ablative of Means or Instrument (by) 92 Ablative of Cause (from) 92 Ablative of Personal Agent (by) 92 Ablative of Manner (with) 93 Ablative of Separation (from) 93 Ablative of Comparison (from) 93

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