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Schaum's Outline of Latin Grammar

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ISBN-10: 0071364552

ISBN-13: 9780071364553

Edition: 2002 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)

Authors: Alan Fishbone

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Written for beginning and intermediate students of Latin as a supplement to other textbook and class materials, this reference grammar inspires confidence by its clear yet simple approach to the complexities of Latin grammar.
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Book details

List price: $23.00
Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date: 9/17/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 240
Size: 8.00" wide x 10.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Alan Fishbone (New York, NY) is director of the Latin program at the Latin-Greek Institute in New York City. He holds a masters in Classics from Columbia University and he has worked extensively as a translator of both Latin and ancient Greek.

Introduction to the Latin Alphabet and Pronunciation
Pronunciation of Latin Words
The Noun
The Nominative Case
The Genitive Case
The Dative Case
The Accusative Case
The Ablative Case
The Vocative Case
The First Declension
The Second Declension
The Third Declension
The Fourth Declension
The Fifth Declension
A Few Irregular Nouns
The Adjective
First-Second-Declension Adjectives
Third-Declension Adjectives
Three-Termination Adjectives
Two-Termination Adjectives
One-Termination Adjectives
Adjectives with the Genitive Singular in-ius
Comparison of Adjectives
The Comparative Degree
The Superlative Degree
Pronouns and Adjectives
Personal Pronouns
Reflexive Pronouns
Possessive Adjectives
The Verb
Person and Number
Present System
Present Indicative Active
Present Indicative Passive
Imperfect Indicative Active
Imperfect Indicative Passive
Future Indicative Active
Future Indicative Passive
Present Subjunctive Active
Present Subjunctive Passive
Imperfect Subjunctive Active
Imperfect Subjunctive Passive
Present Imperative Active
Present Imperative Passive
Future Imperative Active
Perfect System
Perfect Active System
Perfect Passive System
Verbal Nouns
Present Active Participle
Perfect Passive Participle
Future Active Participle
Future Passive Participle
Deponent Verbs
Imperfect Subjunctive
Semi-Deponent Verbs
Impersonal Verbs
Some Irregular Verbs
Present Participle
Present Indicative
Imperfect Indicative
Future Indicative
Present Subjunctive
Present Participle
Present Indicative
Adverbs and Prepositions
Common Prepositions with the Accusative Case
Common Prepositions with the Ablative Case
Prepositions That Take Both Accusative and Ablative Cases
Syntax of the Noun
Nominative Case
Predicate Nominative
Genitive Case
Possessive Genitive
Partitive Genitive
Objective Genetive
Subjective Genetive
Genitive of Characteristic, or Predicate Genitive
Genitive of Description
Genitive of Indefinite Value
Genitive with Certain Verbs
Dative Case
Indirect Object
Dative of the Possessor
Predicate Dative
Dative with Compound Verbs
Dative with Certain Intransitive Verbs
Dative of Agent
Accusative Case
Direct Object
Subject Accusative of an Infinitive
Accusative of Extent of Time or Space
Adverbial Accusative
Accusative of Place to Which
Accusative with Prepositions
Accusative of Exclamation
Ablative Case
Ablative of Place from Which (from)
Ablative of Place Where (in)
Ablative of Time When or within Which (in)
Ablative of Means of Instrument (by)
Ablative of Cause (from)
Ablative of Personal Agent (by)
Ablative of Manner (with)
Ablative of Separation (from)
Ablative of Comparison (from)
Ablative of Degree of Difference (by)
Ablative of Description (with)
Ablative of Respect
Ablative Absolute
Ablative with Prepositions
Locative Case
Syntax of the Adjective
Predicate Adjective
Substantive Adjective
Adverbial Use of the Adjective
Comparative and Superlative Adjectives
Syntax of the Simple Sentence
Indicative Mood
Imperative Mood
Negative Commands
Subjunctive Mood: Independent Uses
Hortatory or Jussive
Relative Clauses
Syntax of the Complex Sentence
Sequence of Tenses
Relative Time
Temporal Clauses
Causal Clauses
Concessive Clauses
Purpose Clauses
Indirect Commands
Result Clauses
Fear Clauses
Clauses of Prevention
Clauses of Doubting
Clauses of Proviso
Conditional Sentences
Simple Conditions
Future Conditions
Contrary-to-Fact Conditions
Relative Clauses with the Subjunctive
Relative Clause of Characteristic
Relative Clause of Purpose
Relative Clause of Result
Relative Clause of Cause
Participles Revisited
Ablative Absolute
Indirect Statement
Indirect Question
Subordinate Clauses in Indirect Statement
Relative Clauses in Indirect Statement
Conditional Sentences in Indirect Statement
"Fore ut" Clause
Impersonal Verbs
Verbs of Emotional Distress
Verbs and Expressions of Permission and Necessity
Verbs of Interest
The Infinitive
Gerund and Gerundiv
Answers to Exercises