First Year Latin

ISBN-10: 0829410260

ISBN-13: 9780829410266

Edition: N/A

Authors: Robert J. Henle

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Humanistic insight and linguistic training are the goals of this integrated four-year Latin course. Time-tested and teacher endorsed, this comprehensive program is designed to lead the student systematically through the fundamentals of the language itself and on to an appreciation of selected classic texts. Book jacket.
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List price: $17.50
Publisher: Loyola Press
Publication date: 6/1/1958
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 528
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.25" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.474

The First Declension
The declension of terra
Rules for gender
Use of verbs
The accusative case
The genitive case
The Second Declension
The declension of servus
The declension of bellum
The indirect object
Use of prepositions
The predicate noun
Use of quod, 'because'
The Third Declension
Gender in the third declension
Rules for nouns like lex and pars
The declension of lex
The expletive there
The declension of pars
Review of nouns like lex and pars
The declension of flumen
Review of the third declension
The Fourth Declension
The declension of portus
In with the accusative
The Fifth Declension
Nouns with Special Meanings in the Plural
Review of Unit One
Adjectives of the First and Second Declensions
The declension of magnus, a, um
Agreement of adjectives
Predicate adjectives
Use of pro
Adjectives of the Third Declension
The declension of gravis, e
Adjectives governing cases
The declension of Jesus
Mastery Review Vocabulary No. 1 [Units One and Two]
The First Conjugation
Principal parts: the first conjugation
Present indicative active of laudo
Agreement of verbs
Imperfect indicative active of laudo
Future indicative active of laudo
The interrogative particle -ne
The Present, Imperfect, and Future Indicative Active of Moneo
Personal Pronouns
Pronouns of the first person
Pronouns of the second person
Pronouns of the third person
Direct reflexive pronouns
Present System Active of the Third Conjugation
Principal parts of the third conjugation
Present indicative active of mitto
Imperfect indicative active of mitto
Future indicative active of mitto
Present System Active of the Fourth Conjugation
Present System Indicative of Sum
Present, imperfect, and future indicative of sum
Compounds of sum
The Perfect System Active
The perfect active stem
The perfect indicative active
Pluperfect and future perfect indicative active
Additional Nouns and Adjectives of the First and Second Declensions
Declension of puer, ager, and vir
Declension of miser and integer
Possessive adjectives of the first and second persons
Present System Passive of the First Conjugation; Agency
Active and passive voice
Final personal signs in the passive
Present system passive of the first conjugation
The ablative of agent
Present System Passive of the Second Conjugation; Ablative of Means
Present system passive of the second conjugation
The ablative of means
Present System Passive of the Third Conjugation
Present system passive of the third conjugation
Ablatives of agency and means compared
Present System Passive of the Fourth Conjugation; Accompaniment
Present system passive of the fourth conjugation
Ablative of accompaniment
The Perfect System of the Indicative Passive
Mastery Review Vocabulary No. 2 [Units Three, Four, and Five]
The Present Subjunctive; Purpose Clauses
The present subjunctive active
Mood in purpose clauses
Primary tenses
Negative purpose clauses
The Imperfect Subjunctive Active
Imperfect subjunctive active of the four conjugations
Secondary tenses
Adjectives used as nouns; imperfect subjunctive of sum
Relative Clauses; The Use of AD
Qui, quae, quod
The use of ad
Relative clauses of purpose
Purpose clauses introduced by quo
Direct Questions
Interrogative adverbs
Interrogative particles
The interrogative pronoun
The interrogative adjective
The Perfect System Active of the Subjunctive
Perfect and pluperfect subjunctive active
Indirect questions; primary sequence
Secondary sequence
The Vocative; Imperative Mood
The vocative
Present imperative active
The subjunctive in wishes and exhortations
Suus and Sui
Suus and sui as direct reflexives
Suus and sui as indirect reflexives
The Passive Subjunctive
Present and imperfect subjunctive passive
The perfect system of the passive subjunctive
The ablative of cause
The Perfect Participle Passive
Hic, Haec, Hoc
The declension of hic, haec, hoc
Uses of hic, haec, hoc
The Prepositions Ex (E), Ab (A), and De
Ille and is
Ablative Constructions
The ablative of separation
Review of ablative constructions
Possum; The Infinitive in Noun Constructions
Indicative of possum
The infinitive as subject, predicate noun, and object
Subjunctive of possum
The infinitive with subject accusative
Numerals; Irregular Adjectives
Adjectives with irregular endings in the genitive and dative singular
-IO Verbs; Rules for Time
Indicative active of -io verbs
Time when
Subjunctive active of -io verbs
Extent of time and space
Indicative passive of -io verbs
Time within which
Subjunctive passive of -io verbs
Dative Verbs; The Passive of Verbs of Calling
The Accusative with the Infinitive
Perfect and future infinitives active
Accusative with the infinitive after verbs of saying, thinking, seeing, and the like
Accusative with the infinitive after verbs of saying, thinking, seeing, and the like (continued)
Passive infinitives
The Comparison of Adjectives
Regular comparison of adjectives
Declension of comparative and superlative adjectives
The ablative of comparison
Irregular comparatives and superlatives
Deponent Verbs
Indicative of deponent verbs
Subjunctive of deponent verbs
Perfect participle of deponent verbs
Infinitives of deponent verbs
The Irregular Verb Eo
Indicative of eo
Subjunctive of eo
Infinitives of eo
Mastery Review Vocabulary No. 3 [Units Six-Fourteen]
Latin-English Vocabulary
English-Latin Vocabulary
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