Word Cloud for "Latin for Beginners" by Benjamin L. (Benjamin Leonard) D'Ooge.

Word Cloud for "Latin for Beginners"

This book was authored by Benjamin L. (Benjamin Leonard) D'Ooge. (1860 - 1940)

Area, genre or subject: Latin language -- Grammar -- Problems, exercises, etc..

The Bag of Words In "Latin for Beginners" (Main Words):

company course body introductory work meet well syntax book grammatical going hundred teachers printed preferred careful limited compared half commoner early possible length continued reviews appendix world true simple high state normal sounds cornelia jewels synopses perfects tarpeia dalus demonstratives gaul sequence matter labors cornelius look original quite years across tribe speaking came military until value learning classes almost light days lead still know year large numbers marked mother seen rests mind reference rather done consonants correct exercise quantity depend position determined separate enclitic cannot back notice parentheses village repeated illud corpus concerning hence fatherland farmer water lady mean indicate changing nautae finite farmers girls dominam wild love beasts answer sailed discover examine announces cause goddess mark began class come written away parva bonam pulchra magnae separation living puellae niam pleasing silva emphatic parvam frequently along exception apply feminines similarly marcus ancilla servus translations choose equus slave explain appositive populus praise friend horse genders giving wicked hastening weapons horses friends fighting fluvius proelia dropped terra puer fluvium praemia oppida properat estne possessives calling rcus nostra battles various want tells terrified river lack peculiar pronominal double besides woman master domicilium immediate auxiliary referring moods asks combined inflectional dropping translating mina septem line terram erit bella destroy punishment queen suitable liae leading fact verba letter pheus neum send hold synopsis familiar literal whom completed multum ventus maximam finished llum saxa magnopere advised dare iacere graviter model compound oracle asking captured delay commanded conquer complementary captus castellum neither containing approached complex anything multae classified savages foot wall exactly grain captives opera capere head magnam italiam equitibus several alia urbs hastened text numquam facere animal viam moenia signum colle grave heavy adventum facile locus mittere attack hastens commonly originally daedalus introduce within moved destroyed birds mittit teach mihi sibi soldier wounded himself inflict manus difficile ipsum pompeii ipsa hill speaker fortis blicae pars satis paene tius tium indefinites negative tantus incolumis alteram quisque remain dedit lower mere usual magis crius inflicted seek comparatives litibus urbe parte women committere facilius hanc states better derived though simul nium rimum account ditch cardinal cardinals indeclinable huius nque dinem gallic space diem duration miles galliam galliae fortiter hours close profectus pursue feared fought lest guard ordered instances asked vinciam happen riae agmen volunt lumus vultis lunt lint since attendant thought returned factus consecutive cula spatium dinis stood fixes took certior haec follows horsemen germans compounded command summum reliquum quid summae making numerical physical characteristics duodecim criter rapuit nstituit contendit herculem iussus capita eurystheus enim balteum vehementer iamque modo namque blium decim toga inde togam quattuor libus essent sint essem appian apollo

nine divided study knowledge reading vocabularies intensive greatest secondary five frequent latter added twelve shown belong connection idioms principles laid down chief life emphasis clear addition rules dialogue children intransitive andromeda meanings faithless over country expressions fifth reflexive horatius held partitive numerals quality italy find district spoken carried changed less thousand best whole importance single became become soon greek consequence nearly every army extent describe kind syllable teacher pronounce syllables goes follow takes carefully distinguished little just stand expresses nauta therefore whose transitive connects agricola liam julia aquam girl domina beautiful show change sense changes sailors write left might loves amat shows table possessor agricolae diana questions makes motion rest hear others fugam governs wish persons covered complete point tell generally boys things descriptive remember father belongs termination refer unless deinde phrase lesbia masculines neuters agrees mentum people lius niae inserted whether magna italiae quis equivalent suum refers calls suam cibum denoted gives able arma list towns strong magister plan nunc conjugations shortened care expression conjunctions denotes appears semper menta paradigms govern auxilium saevum bantur separative distinguish killed piae participial absolute taken bring celeriter nique corresponding nothing main independent antecedent eager quoque litum pater known hostibus quibus pontem quem urbis feet exercitum tempus cavalry locative domum mare under sees nihil tempore supplicium ipse terga exercitus ille hunc quisquam quidem statim fear omnium decem hominum accusatives passuum undique publius primary rent scouts caesare dine characteristic description verbal esset descriptions lentulus forum southern jupiter shalt

make same time purpose this first latin into three part through forms together with some which translation exercises lessons have been made english contains subjunctive irregular verb last these review constructions there order proper upon that following will their most other being while vocabulary using word about special among words more than those used such nouns compounds even when were each from placed general above found given gerund infinitive indirect having only long introduced sentences number instead between already story roman much sentence especially called both ancient language express result lesson read subject nominative possessive agreement direct second predicate adjectives declensions declension ablative denoting romans demonstrative future present active indicative imperfect meaning dative verbs passive perseus imperative four place personal perfect regular pluperfect principal conjugation accusative relative pronoun interrogative third consonant stems terror gender bridge fourth indefinite comparison measure formation adverbs deponent prepositions inflection substantive clauses tenses genitive hercules what near rome name after always learn because then before conquered thus different form them they greece force many great followed common would should except important very also learned must past means vowel examples beginning pronounced vowels like never difference case short footnote heard give compare sometimes here often parts rule preceding next accent quae thou another final either ends does observe certain question formed your good bant voice statement galba sailor thing something take usually said without action object daughter sunt puella singular plural adding ending person endings pronouns expressed translate translated could noun decline cases where stands note answers relations uses denote relation quia battle preposition expressing adjective agree quod vocative regularly terminations base names masculine feminine lives declined bases modifying excepting neuter sextus bellum proelium famous saepe conjunction oppidum apud nsilium camp adverb idea construction manner soldiers sque castra town lium eius shall tense mood inflected erant erat stem inflect sign similar etiam becomes nstrum culum autem multa tamen sent esse runt dere sine participle clause neque gauls enemy dependent subordinate statements king caesar city urbem nibus hostium caesarem iussit iter omnia ante caesaris impetum post small ribus postquam itaque omnibus locum superlative positive comparative quam inter atque participles gerundive brave blius

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