Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammar

ISBN-10: 0486448061

ISBN-13: 9780486448060

Edition: 2006

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A venerable resource for more than a century,Allen and Greenough's New Latin Grammaris still regarded by students and teachers as the finest Latin grammar reference available. Concise, comprehensive, and well organized, it is unrivaled in depth and clarity, placing a wealth of advice on usage, vocabulary, diction, composition, and syntax within easy reach of Latin scholars at all levels. This modestly priced edition of the classic guide to Latin is ideal for students of history, religion, and literature.
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List price: $20.95
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Dover Publications, Incorporated
Publication date: 2/10/2006
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 512
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 1.474
Language: English

Words and Forms
Letters and Sounds
Alphabet; Classification of Sounds
Orthography, Syllables, Pronuciation
Quantity and Accent
Combinations; Phonetic Changes
Words and their Forms
Parts of Speech
Inflection; Root, Stem, and Base
Gender, Number, and Case
Declension of Nouns
General Rules of Declension
First Declension
Second Declension
Third Declension
Mute Stems
Liquid and Nasal Stems
Pure i-Stems
Mixed i-Stems
Irregular Nouns
Greek Nouns
Rules of Gender
Fourth Declension
Fifth Declension
Defective and Variable Nouns
Names of Persons
Inflection of Adjectives
First and Second Declensions
Third Declension
Inflection of Pronouns
Personal, Reflexive, Possessive, Demonstrative
Relative, Interrogative, Indefinite
Correlatives (Pronouns and Adverbs)
Conjugation of Verbs
Signification: Voice, Mood, Tense
Personal Endings
Forms: Stem and Verb-Endings
The Verb Sum
Regular Verbs
The Four Conjugations; Principal Parts
Formation of the Three Stems
Synopsis of the Verb
Peculiarities of Conjugation
First Conjugation
Second Conjugation
Third Conjugation
Fourth Conjugation
Verbs in -io of the Third Conjugation
Deponent Verbs
Periphrastic Conjugations
Irregular Verbs
Defective Verbs
Impersonal Verbs
Classified Lists of Verbs
Formation of Words
Roots and Stems
Suffixes: Primary; Significant Endings
Derivation of Nouns
Derivation of Adjectives
Nouns with Adjective Suffixes; Irregular Derivatives
Derivation of Verbs
Compound Words
Introductory Note
The Sentence
Definitions: Subject and Predicate, Modification, etc.
Agreement: the Four Concords
Nouns: Apposition; Predicate Agreement
Rules of Agreement
Special Uses
Personal and Demonstrative
Alius and alter
Verb and Subject, Incomplete Sentences
Particles: Adverbs, Conjunctions, Negatives
Construction of Cases
Introductory Note
Nominative Case
Vocative Case
Genitive Case
Genitive with Nouns
Possessive Genitive
Genitive of Material, of Quality
Partitive Genitive
Objective Genitive
Genitive with Adjectives
Genitive with Verbs
Verbs of Remembering and Forgetting
Verbs of Reminding
Verbs of Accusing, Condemning, and Acquitting
Verbs of Feeling
Interest and refert
Verbs of Plenty and Want; Special Verbs
Peculiar Genitives: Exclamatory, etc.
Dative Case
Indirect Object with Transitives
Indirect Object with Intransitives
Dative of Possession
Dative of the Agent
Dative of Reference
Ethical Dative
Dative of Separation
Dative of the Purpose or End
Dative with Adjectives
Accusative Case
Direct Object
Cognate Accusative
Two Accusatives
Idiomatic and Special Uses
Ablative Case
Uses of the Ablative Proper
Ablative of Separation
Ablative of Source and Material
Ablative of Cause
Ablative of Agent
Ablative of Comparison
Uses of the Ablative as Instrumental
Ablative of Means or Instrument
Ablative of Manner
Ablative of Accompaniment
Ablative of Degree of Difference
Ablative of Quality
Ablative of Price
Ablative of Specification
Ablative Absolute
Uses of the Ablative as Locative
Time and Place
Special Uses of Prepositions
Syntax of the Verb
Introductory Note
Indicative Mood
Subjunctive in Independent Sentences
Hortatory Subjunctive
Hortatory Subjunctive in Concessions
Optative Subjunctive
Deliberative Subjunctive
Potential Subjunctive
Imperative Mood
Prohibition (Negative Command)
Infinitive Mood
Infinitive as Noun
Infinitive with Impersonals
Complementary Infinitive
Infinitive with Subject Accusative
Infinitive of Purpose; Peculiar Infinitives
Exclamatory Infinitive
Historical Infinitive
Introductory Note
Tenses of the Indicative
Present Tense
Imperfect Tense
Future Tense
Perfect Tense
Pluperfect Tense
Future Perfect Tense
Epistolary Tenses
Tenses of the Subjunctive
Sequence of Tenses
Tenses of the Infinitive
Distinctions of Tense
Uses of Participles
Future Active Participle
Gerundive (Future Passive Participle)
Gerund and Gerundive
Conditional Sentences
Introductory Note
Protasis and Apodosis
Classification of Conditions
Simple Present and Past Conditions
Future Conditions
Conditions Contrary to Fact
General Conditions
Conditional Relative Clauses
Condition Disguised
Condition Omitted
Complex Conditions
Clauses of Comparison (Conclusion Omitted)
Use of Si and its Compounds
Concessive Clauses
Clauses of Proviso
Clauses of Purpose (Final Clauses)
Clauses of Characteristic
Clauses of Result (Consecutive Clauses)
Causal Clauses
Temporal Clauses
Ubi, ut, cum, quando, as Indefinite Relatives
Postquam, ubi, ut, simul atque
Cum Temporal
Cum Causal or Concessive
Antequam and priusquam
Dum, donec, and quoad
Clauses with quin and quominus
Substantive Clauses
Introductory Note
Substantive Clauses of Purpose and Infinitive Clauses
Substantive Clauses of Result (Consecutive Clauses)
Indicative with quod
Indirect Questions
Indirect Discourse
Introductory Note
Declaratory Sentences
Subordinate Clauses
Tenses of the Infinitive
Tenses of the Subjunctive
Questions in Indirect Discourse
Commands in Indirect Discourse
Conditions in Indirect Discourse
Intermediate Clauses
Informal Indirect Discourse
Subjunctive of Integral Part (Attraction)
Important Rules of Syntax
Order of Words
General Rules
Special Rules
Structure of the Period
Introductory Note
Measures of Rhythm; Feet
The Musical Accent; Caesura; Diaeresis
The Verse; Scansion and Elision
Dactylic Verse
Dactylic Hexameter
Elegiac Stanza; Other Dactylic Verses
Iambic Verse
Iambic Trimeter
Other Iambic Measures
Trochaic Verse
Mixed Measures
Logaoedic Verse
Metres of Horace
Index to the Metres of Horace
Other Lyric Poets
Miscellaneous Measures
Early Prosody
Reckoning of Time
Measures of Value, Length, and Capacity
Glossary of Terms
Index of Verbs
Index of Words and Subjects
Latin Authors and their Works
Parallel References
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