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The short sentences supplied for practice on forms and construc- tions are arranged in separate sets entitled respectively "Exercises" and "Supplementary Exercises." Of these two sets, the Exercises will probably in most cases furnish ample material for the gram- matical work of the first year; the Supplementary Esercises, which are somewhat more difficult, may be drawn upon for additional practice or for periodical reviews, or they may be reserved for the second year, to be studied as progressive exercises in Latin com- position in connection with the first author read.

The irmterial provided for connected translation consists of eaay anecdotes from Cicero, and of those passages from Caesar in which the usages of the Druids and the manners and customs of the Gauls and Germans are described.

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* / / yy : ■■'- / / -.v PEOGEESSITE SERIES IXDUCTIVE LESSONS or LATIX, BASED OX MATERIAL DRAWN FROM CLASSICAL SOURCES, ESPECIALLY FROM CAESAR'S COMMENTARIES. A.3L, BKAO XASTKK Ot'th K «IBLA' HIGH ASD LATHT SCHOOLS, Boarrox. It will not be necessary for me to 8tat« iu detail the principl Va.whick have guided me in d Htemiiuing how much or how pupil sh Oi Ud be aided in tlie work of discovering and formulating rules from' examples; these principles may be readily inferred from ajj examination of the method of exposition adopted in any one of i^e lessons, uketi at random, in which the laws or usages of the Iauguag B~'a'e treated, I have striven to keep constantly in view the mental immaturity of the pupila for whom tliese lessons are intended, aiid^ the limitations as to time by which their teacher %\e 'n»»aaivc^'j PREFACE. Keeping these in view, I have felt that it would be safer to err on the siile o£ affording too inucli rather than too little help.

Th.e mind shc Jd be Ir.t'^da Ced tc crra'chs t'rrcjoh the medium of exarr.cles, ard sc zho-Ji te lid f^rr. From the eliaracter of the material used in the exeroi Bes aud read- ing lessons of this manual, it will be seen tliat 1 do not agree with those who think thut the pupil should he introduced to the study of Latin through the medium of eutertahiing stories written by moderir Latiuists. Pronouns : Personal and Reflexive 96-99 XLIII.-XLIV.

Special suggestions relating to the lessons on word-formation and the anec- dotes from Cicero will he found in the not«B introduced at pages 74 and 224.

In the Epecinl vocabularies of tlie earlier lessons, in tlie lessons on word-formation, and in the general Latin-English vocabulary, English words or parts of words that are cognate with the Latin forma under which they appear are printed in small capitals ; whereas English words or parts of worda that are borroiaed (directly or indirectly) from the Latin forms under which they apjiear ore printed in Botfiie Ifalie. — Accusative of Duration of Time and Extent of Space 79-81 XXXV. — Adjectives : Genitive in -ius, Dative in -i 82-84 XXXVI.

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Public domain books belong to the public and we are merely their custodians. Google This is a digital copy of a book that was preserved for generations on library shelves before it was carefully scanned by Google as part of a project to make the world's books discoverable online. It has survived long enough for the copyright to expire and the book to enter the public domain. Public domain books are our gateways to the past, representing a wealth of history, culture and knowledge that's often difficult to discover. — Ablative with Utor, Fruor, etc., 137-139 LXm.-LXIV. Marks, notations and other maiginalia present in the original volume will appear in this file - a reminder of this book's long journey from the publisher to a library and finally to you. Independent Uses of the Subjunctive : Horta- tory, Optative, Dubitative 140-142 LXV. Accordingly, besides pointing out the steins of the sev- eral paradigms of declension, I have also called upon the pupil to explain the formation of the nominative, referring him to the grammar for the necessary information and guidance.