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By Jeanne Neumann, Hans H. Ørberg

ISBN-10: 1585108413

ISBN-13: 9781585108411

A sequel to her popular A Companion to Familia Romana (now in its moment edition), Jeanne Marie Neumann's A Companion to Roma Aeterna deals a working remark, in English, of the Latin grammar lined in Hans H. Ørberg's Roma Aeterna, and comprises the entire textual content of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin–English Vocabulary II. It additionally serves in its place for Ørberg’s directions, on which it's based.

although designed particularly for these impending Roma Aeterna at an sped up velocity, this quantity should be valuable to an individual looking an specific exposition of that volume's implicitly offered grammar. as well as many revisions of the textual content, A Companion to Roma Aeterna additionally contains new devices on cultural context, tied to the narrative content material of the chapter.

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Praesidiō exercituī esse: to be a source of protection (praesidiō: purpose) to the army (exercituī: reference) XXXVI: TRICESIMVM SEXTVM: RŌMA AETERNA 3 II. ”6 You first met the gerundive, or verbal adjective, in Cap. XXXI. ” The gerundive can also be joined with a form of the verb “to be,” a construction which indicates something that is to be done. ” 5. The gerund is rare in the dative case. 6. In the example above, lavātum is a SUPINE (Cap. XXII). ” We also see the gerundive used in this way—expressing what is to be done to something—when used with the object of certain verbs.

6–8) The clause ut discumbant explains what the custom (mōs) is. Some other examples of phrases that are followed by these clauses are: accidit ut: “it happens that” (perfect: accīdit ut, “it happened that”) ēvenit ut: “it turns out, results that” (perfect: evēnit ut, “it turned out that”) fit ut: “it happens that” fierī potest ut: “it is possible that” Alternate 2nd Person Singular Ending -re = -ris The 2nd person singular passive has an alternate ending -re instead of -ris. Hecuba ends her summons to Priam to take refuge by the altar with these words: Haec āra tuēbitur omnēs—aut moriēre simul!

29) Cum vocābula coniunguntur, sententiae fīunt. ): Quī nūper Athēnās vēnerat neque ibi fuerat cum urbs ā rēge Mīnōe expugnāta est. 52–53) Aedēs Concordiae antīqua eō tempore aedificāta esse dīcitur cum post longam discordiam quae populum Rōmānum dīvīserat in duās factiōnēs.  XXIX): Semper gaudeō cum dē līberīs meīs cōgitō. 99–100) signals that the focus of the sentence is the cum clause, not the main clause; the cum clause in this construction, called cum ­inversum, follows the main clause and often marks a sudden occurrence:9 Tālia exclāmāns omnem domum gemitū complēbat—cum subitō mīrābile prōdigium vīsum est.

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