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PART FIRST — WORDS AND FORMS THE ALPHABET § 1 § 2: Classification of Sounds § 3 § 4 § 5 ORTHOGRAPHY § 6 § 7: Syllables § 8: Pronunciation § 9: Quantity § 10 § 11 § 12: Accent § 13: Combinations § 14: Phonetic Changes § 15 § 16 § 17: Vowel Variations § 18: Kindred Forms § 19 THE PARTS OF SPEECH § 20 INFLECTION § 21 § 22 § 23 § 24: Root, Stem, and Base § 25 § 26 § 27 § 28 GENDER § 29 § 30 § 31: General Rules of Gender § 32 § 33 § 34 NUMBER AND CASE § 35 DECLENSION OF NOUNS § 36 § 37 § 38 § 39: Case-endings of the Five Declensions FIRST DECLENSION ( ā -STEMS) § 40 § 41 § 42: Gender in the First Declension § 43: Case-Forms in the First Declension § 44: Greek Nouns of the First Declension SECOND DECLENSION ( o -STEMS) § 45 § 46 § 47 § 48: Gender in the Second Declension § 49: Case-Forms in the Second Declension § 50 § 51 § 52: Greek Nouns of the Second Declension THIRD DECLENSION (CONSONANT AND i -STEMS) § 53 § 54 § 55 CONSONANT STEMS § 56: Mute Stems § 57 § 58 § 59 § 60 § 61: Liquid and Nasal Stems ( l , n , § 62 § 63 § 64 § 65: i -STEMS § 66: Pure i -Stems § 67 § 68 § 69 § 70: Mixed i -Stems § 71 § 72 § 73: Summary of i -Stems § 74 § 75 § 76 § 77 § 78 § 79: Irregular Nouns of the Third Declension § 80: The Locative Case § 81: Greek Nouns of the Third Declension § 82 § 83 § 84: Gender in the Third Declension § 85 § 86 § 87 FOURTH DECLENSION § 88 § 89 § 90: Gender in the Fourth Declension § 91 § 92: Case-Forms in the Fourth Declension § 93 § 94 FIFTH DECLENSION ( ē -STEMS) § 95 § 96 § 97: Gender in the Fifth Declension § 98: Case-Forms in the Fifth Declension DEFECTIVE NOUNS § 99: Nouns wanting in the Plural § 100 § 101: Nouns wanting in the Singular § 102 § 103: Nouns Defective in Certain Cases VARIABLE NOUNS § 104 § 105 § 106 § 107 NAMES OF PERSONS § 108 ADJECTIVES § 109 FIRST AND SECOND DECLENSIONS ( ā- AND o -STEMS) § 110 § 111 § 112 § 113 THIRD DECLENSION (CONSONANT AND i -STEMS) § 114 § 115: Adjectives of Three and of Two Terminations ācer , ācris § 116: levis , leve , § 117: Adjectives of One Termination § 118 § 119 § 120: Declension of Comparatives § 121: Case-Forms of Consonant Stems § 122: Irregularities and Special Uses of Adjectives COMPARISON OF ADJECTIVES § 123 § 124 § 125 § 126 § 127 § 128 § 129: Irregular Comparison § 130: Defective Comparison § 131 NUMERALS § 132 § 133: Cardinals and Ordinals § 134: Declension of Cardinals and Ordinals § 135 § 136: Distributives § 137 § 138: Numeral Adverbs § 139: Other Numerals PRONOUNS § 140 § 141 § 142: Personal Pronouns § 143 § 144: Reflexive Pronouns § 145: Possessive Pronouns § 146: Demonstrative Pronouns § 147: Relative Pronouns § 148: Interrogative and Indefinite Pronouns § 149 § 150: Case-Forms of quī and quis § 151: Compounds of quis and quī § 152: Correlatives VERBS: CONJUGATION OF THE VERB § 153 § 154: Voice, Mood, Tense, Person, Number § 155: Noun and Adjective Forms SIGNIFICATION OF THE FORMS OF THE VERB § 156: Voices § 157: Moods § 158: Participles § 159: Gerund and Supine § 160: Tenses of the Finite Verb § 161 § 162 PERSONAL ENDINGS § 163 FORMS OF THE VERB § 164: The Three Stems § 165: VERB-ENDINGS § 166 § 167 § 168 § 169 § 170: The Verb Sum The Four Conjugations § 171 § 172: The Principal Parts § 173 § 174: Present Stem § 175 § 176 § 177: Perfect Stem § 178: Supine Stem Forms of Conjugation § 179 § 180: Synopsis of the Verb § 181: Peculiarities of Conjugation § 182 § 183 § 184: FIRST CONJUGATION (ā-STEMS)—ACTIVE VOICE § 185: SECOND CONJUGATION ( ē -STEMS) § 186: THIRD CONJUGATION ( ĕ -STEMS) § 187: FOURTH CONJUGATION ( ī -STEMS) § 188: VERBS IN - iō OF THE THIRD CONJUGATION § 189: Parallel Forms § 190: DEPONENT VERBS § 191 § 192: Semi-Deponents § 193: THE PERIPHRASTIC CONJUGATIONS § 194 § 195 § 196 § 197: IRREGULAR VERBS § 198 § 199 § 200 § 201 § 202 § 203 § 204 § 205: DEFECTIVE VERBS § 206 § 207: IMPERSONAL VERBS § 208 CLASSIFIED LISTS OF VERBS § 209: First Conjugation § 210: Second Conjugation § 211: Third Conjugation § 212: Fourth Conjugation

PARTICLES [section] § 213 ADVERBS § 214: DERIVATION OF ADVERBS § 215 § 216 § 217: CLASSIFICATION OF ADVERBS d. Interrogative Particles e. Negative Particles § 218: COMPARISON OF ADVERBS § 219: PREPOSITIONS § 220 § 221 CONJUNCTIONS § 222 § 223 § 224 § 225: INTERJECTIONS § 226

FORMATION OF WORDS [section] § 227 § 228: ROOTS AND STEMS § 229 § 230 § 231 § 232: DERIVED STEMS AND SUFFIXES § 233: Primary Suffixes § 234 § 235: Significant Endings DERIVATION OF NOUNS § 236: Nouns of Agency § 237: Names of Actions and Abstract Nouns § 238 § 239 § 240 § 241 § 242: DERIVATION OF ADJECTIVES § 243: Nominal Adjectives § 244 § 245: -ōsus, -lēns, -lentus § 246: -tus, -ātus, -ītus, -ūtus § 247: -eus, -ius, -āceus, -īcius, -āneus (-neus), -ticus § 248: -ālis, -āris, -ēlis, -īlis, -ūlis § 249 § 250 § 251: Verbal Adjectives § 252: -ilis, -bilis, -ius, -tilis (-silis) § 253: -ndus, -bundus, -cundus § 254: Nouns with Adjective Suffixes § 255: IRREGULAR DERIVATIVES § 256: DERIVATION OF VERBS § 257 § 258: Denominative Verbs § 259 § 260 § 261 § 262 § 263: Verbs from Other Verbs COMPOUND WORDS § 264 § 265 § 266: Syntactic Compounds § 267

PART SECOND — SYNTAX INTRODUCTORY NOTE § 268 THE SENTENCE § 269: Kinds of Sentences § 270: Subject and Predicate § 271 § 272 § 273: Transitive and Intransitive Verbs § 274: Object § 275 § 276: Modification § 277 § 278: Clauses and Sentences § 279 § 280: AGREEMENT § 281: AGREEMENT OF NOUNS § 282: Apposition § 283: Predicate Noun or Adjective § 284 AGREEMENT OF ADJECTIVES § 285: Attributive and Predicate Adjectives § 286: Rules of Agreement § 287 § 288: Adjectives used Substantively § 289 § 290: Adjectives with Adverbial Force § 291: Comparatives and Superlatives § 292 § 293 PRONOUNS § 294 § 295: Personal Pronouns § 296: Demonstrative Pronouns § 297 § 298 § 299: Reflexive Pronouns § 300 § 301 § 302: Possessive Pronouns § 303: Relative Pronouns § 304 § 305 § 306 § 307: Antecedent of the Relative § 308: Special Uses of the Relative § 309: Indefinite Pronouns § 310 § 311 § 312 § 313 § 314 § 315: Alius and Alter VERBS § 316: Agreement of Verb and Subject § 317: Double or Collective Subject § 318: Omission of Subject or Verb § 319 PARTICLES § 320: Adverbs § 321 § 322 CONJUNCTIONS § 323 § 324 § 325: Negative Particles § 326 § 327 § 328 § 329 QUESTIONS § 330: Forms of Interrogation § 331 § 332 § 333 § 334: Double Questions § 335 § 336: Question and Answer § 337 CONSTRUCTION OF CASES § 338 § 339: NOMINATIVE CASE § 340: VOCATIVE CASE GENITIVE CASE § 341 § 342: GENITIVE WITH NOUNS § 343: Possessive Genitive § 344: Genitive of Material § 345: Genitive of Quality § 346: Partitive Genitive § 347: Objective Genitive § 348 § 349: GENITIVE WITH ADJECTIVES GENITIVE WITH VERBS § 350: Verbs of Remembering and Forgetting § 351: Verbs of Reminding § 352: Verbs of Accusing, Condemning, and Acquitting § 353 § 354: Verbs of Feeling § 355: Interest and Rēfert § 356: Verbs of Plenty and Want § 357: Genitive with Special Verbs § 358 § 359: PECULIAR GENITIVES DATIVE CASE § 360 § 361: INDIRECT OBJECT § 362: INDIRECT OBJECT WITH TRANSITIVES § 363 § 364 § 365 § 366: INDIRECT OBJECT WITH INTRANSITIVES § 367: Indirect Object with Special Verbs § 368 § 369 § 370: Indirect Object with Compounds § 371 § 372 § 373: Dative of Possession § 374: Dative of the Agent § 375 § 376: Dative of Reference § 377 § 378 § 379 § 380: Ethical Dative § 381: Dative of Separation § 382: Dative of the Purpose or End § 383: Dative with Adjectives § 384 § 385 ACCUSATIVE CASE § 386 § 387: Direct Object § 388 § 389 § 390: Cognate Accusative § 391: TWO ACCUSATIVES § 392: Predicate Accusative § 393 § 394: Secondary Object § 395 § 396 § 397: Idiomatic Uses ABLATIVE CASE § 398 § 399 USES OF THE ABLATIVE PROPER § 400: Ablative of Separation § 401 § 402 § 403: Ablative of Source and Material § 404: Ablative of Cause § 405: Ablative of Agent § 406: Ablative of Comparison § 407 § 408: USES OF THE ABLATIVE AS INSTRUMENTAL § 409: Ablative of Means or Instrument § 410 § 411 § 412: Ablative of Manner § 413: Ablative of Accompaniment § 414: Ablative of Degree of Difference § 415: Ablative of Quality § 416: Ablative of Price § 417 § 418: Ablative of Specification § 419: Ablative Absolute § 420 § 421: THE ABLATIVE AS LOCATIVE Ablative of Place § 422 TIME AND PLACE § 423: Time § 424 § 425: Extent of Space § 426: Relations of Place § 427 § 428 § 429 § 430 § 431 SPECIAL USES OF PREPOSITIONS § 432: Adverbs and Prepositions § 433 § 434 § 435 SYNTAX OF THE VERB § 436: MOODS AND TENSES MOODS § 437: INDICATIVE MOOD § 438: SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD SUBJUNCTIVE IN INDEPENDENT SENTENCES § 439: Hortatory Subjunctive § 440 § 441: Optative Subjunctive § 442 § 443: Deliberative Subjunctive § 444 § 445: Potential Subjunctive § 446 § 447 § 448: IMPERATIVE MOOD § 449 § 450: Prohibition (Negative Command) § 451: INFINITIVE MOOD § 452: Infinitive as Noun § 453 § 454: Infinitive as Apparent Subject of Impersonals § 455 § 456: Complementary Infinitive § 457 § 458 § 459: Infinitive with Subject Accusative § 460: Infinitive of Purpose § 461: Peculiar Infinitives § 462: Exclamatory Infinitive § 463: Historical Infinitive

TENSES [section] § 464 TENSES OF THE INDICATIVE § 465: INCOMPLETE ACTION: PRESENT TENSE § 466 § 467: Conative Present § 468: Present for Future § 469: Historical Present § 470: IMPERFECT TENSE § 471 § 472: FUTURE TENSE § 473: COMPLETED ACTION: PERFECT TENSE Perfect Definite and Historical Perfect § 474 § 475: Special Uses of the Perfect § 476 § 477: PLUPERFECT TENSE § 478: FUTURE PERFECT TENSE § 479: EPISTOLARY TENSES TENSES OF THE SUBJUNCTIVE § 480 § 481 Sequence of Tenses § 482 § 483: PRIMARY TENSES § 484 § 485 § 486: TENSES OF THE INFINITIVE NOUN AND ADJECTIVE FORMS OF THE VERB § 487 § 488: PARTICIPLES § 489: Distinctions of Tense in Participles § 490 § 491 § 492 § 493 § 494: Uses of Participles § 495 § 496 § 497 § 498: Future Participle (Active) § 499 § 500: Gerundive (Future Passive Participle) § 501: GERUND § 502 § 503: GERUND AND GERUNDIVE § 504: Genitive of the Gerund and Gerundive § 505: Dative of the Gerund and Gerundive § 506: Accusative of the Gerund and Gerundive § 507: Ablative of the Gerund and Gerundive § 508: SUPINE § 509 § 510

COMPLEX SENTENCES CONDITIONAL SENTENCES § 511 § 512: PROTASIS AND APODOSIS § 513: CLASSIFICATION OF CONDITIONS § 514: PARTICULAR CONDITIONS Present Time § 515: PARTICULAR CONDITIONS Simple Present and Past Conditions—Nothing Implied § 516: Future Conditions § 517: Conditions Contrary to Fact § 518: GENERAL CONDITIONS § 519: Conditional Relative Clauses § 520 § 521: Condition Disguised § 522: Condition Omitted § 523: Complex Conditions § 524: Clauses of Comparison (Conclusion Omitted) § 525 CONCESSIVE CLAUSES § 526 § 527 § 528: CLAUSES OF PROVISO CLAUSES OF PURPOSE (FINAL CLAUSES) § 529 § 530 § 531 § 532 § 533 CLAUSES OF CHARACTERISTIC § 534 § 535 CLAUSES OF RESULT (CONSECUTIVE CLAUSES) § 536 § 537 § 538 CAUSAL CLAUSES § 539 § 540 TEMPORAL CLAUSES § 541 § 542: Conditional Relative Clauses § 543: Temporal Clauses with postquam , ubi , etc. § 544: USES OF CUM § 545: Cum Temporal § 546 § 547 § 548 § 549: Cum Causal or Concessive § 550: Antequam and Priusquam § 551 § 552: Dum , Dōnec , and § 553 § 554 § 555 § 556 § 557: CLAUSES WITH QUĪN AND QUŌMINUS § 558 § 559 SUBSTANTIVE CLAUSES § 560 § 561 § 562 § 563: Substantive Clauses of Purpose § 564 § 565 § 566: Substantive Clauses of Purpose with Passive Verbs § 567: Substantive Clauses of Result (Consecutive Clauses) § 568 § 569 § 570 § 571 § 572: Indicative with Quod § 573: Indirect Questions § 574 § 575 § 576 INDIRECT DISCOURSE § 577 § 578 § 579: FORMAL INDIRECT DISCOURSE § 580: Declaratory Sentences in Indirect Discourse § 581 § 582 § 583: Subordinate Clauses in Indirect Discourse § 584: Tenses of the Infinitive in Indirect Discourse § 585: Tenses of the Subjunctive in Indirect Discourse § 586: Questions in Indirect Discourse § 587 § 588: Commands in Indirect Discourse § 589: Conditions in Indirect Discourse § 590 § 591: INTERMEDIATE CLAUSES § 592: Informal Indirect Discourse § 593: Subjunctive of Integral Part (Attraction) IMPORTANT RULES OF SYNTAX § 594 ORDER OF WORDS § 595 § 596 § 597 § 598 § 599: Special Rules § 600: Structure of the Period § 601

PROSODY QUANTITY § 602 § 603: GENERAL RULES § 604: FINAL SYLLABLES § 605: Perfects and Perfect Participles § 606: Derivatives RHYTHM § 607 § 608: Measures § 609 § 610: Substitution § 611: The Musical Accent VERSIFICATION § 612: THE VERSE Scansion and Elision FORMS OF VERSE § 613 § 614 DACTYLIC VERSE § 615: Dactylic Hexameter § 616: Elegiac Stanza § 617: Other Dactylic Verses IAMBIC VERSE § 618: Iambic Trimeter § 619: Other Iambic Measures [section] § 620: TROCHAIC VERSE § 621: MIXED MEASURES § 622 § 623: LOGAŒDIC VERSE § 624 § 625 § 626: METRES OF HORACE § 627 § 628: MISCELLANEOUS § 629: EARLY PROSODY

MISCELLANEOUS [section] § 630: Reckoning of Time § 631 § 632: Measures of Value, etc. § 633 § 634 § 635 § 636 § 637 § 638

GLOSSARY: OF TERMS USED IN GRAMMAR, RHETORIC, AND PROSODY [NA] § 639 § 640: Grammatical Terms § 641: Rhetorical Figures § 642: Terms of Prosody

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