Aimed at people of all ages, this is a reference guide to the principle points of Latin grammar for those learning the language, or refreshing their knowledge of it, on their own, at school or university. It has one or two simply-explained grammar points per page, and practice exercises.
Aimed at people of all ages, this is a reference guide to the principle points of Latin grammar for those learning the language, or refreshing their knowledge of it, on their own, at school or university. It aims to be a straightforward, user-friendly guide, with only one or two grammar points per page, explained in simple language, and practice exercises in each unit.
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Dr Gregory Klyve is Head of Classics at Sevenoaks School.
Table of Contents
Unit 1: Verbs: Terminology and the Present Tense of the 1st conjugation Unit 2: Verbs: The present Infinitive of the four conjugations and 'to be' Unit 3: Verbs: The Present Tense of the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th conjugations and 'to be' Unit 4: Verbs: The Imperfect Tense Unit 5: Verbs: The Future Tense Unit 6: Verbs: Principal Parts and the Perfect Tense Unit 7: Verbs: The Pluperfect Tense Unit 8: Verbs: The Future Perfect Tense Unit 9: Nouns: Terminology, Gender and the use of Cases Unit 10: Nouns: The 1st declension (f.) and word order Unit 11: Nouns: The 2nd declension (m. & n.) and the Vocative Unit 12: Nouns: The 3rd declension (m., f. and n.) Unit 13: Nouns: The 4th declension (m., f. and n.) Unit 14: Nouns: The 5th declension (m. and f.) Unit 15: Nouns: Expressions of time and place & the locative Unit 16: Prepositions with the Accusative and Ablative Unit 17: Adjectives: Agreement and the 1st and 2nd declension Unit 18: Adjectives: 3rd declension Unit 19: Comparative and superlative adjectives Unit 20: Adverbs and comparison of adverbs Unit 21: Irregular comparison of adjectives and adverbs Unit 22: Conjunctions, clauses and the negative (non) Unit 23: Pronouns: Personal (ego, tu, nos and vos) Unit 24: Pronouns: Demonstrative (is, hic and ille) and idem Unit 25: Pronouns: Reflexive (me, te, se, nos and vos) Unit 26: Pronouns: Emphatic (ipse) Unit 27: Pronouns: Possessive (eius, meus, tuus, suus, noster, and vester) Unit 28: Pronouns: Relative (qui) Unit 29: Pronouns: Indefinite (quidam) Unit 30: Pronouns: Interrogative (quis?, quantus?, and qualis?) Unit 31: Numbers Unit 32: Adjectives which are like pronouns Unit 33: Direct questions Unit 34: Verbs: Active participles (present and future) Unit 35: Verbs: The passive voice (pres., imperf. and future) Unit 36: Verbs: The passive voice (perf., pluperf. and future) Unit 37: Verbs: Passive participles Unit 38: Verbs: Deponent verbs Unit 39: Verbs: Semi-deponent verbs Unit 40: Verbs: The infinitive mood Unit 41: Verbs: The imperative mood and direct commands Unit 42: Verbs: The present subjunctive Unit 43: Verbs: The imperfect subjunctive Unit 44: Verbs: The perfect subjunctive Unit 45: Verbs: The pluperfect subjunctive Unit 46: Verbs: Expressing wishes and encouragement with the subjunctive Unit 47: Verbs: Irregular verbs and defective verbs Unit 48: Verbs: Impersonal verbs and defective verbs Unit 49: Subordinate clauses Unit 50: Temporal clauses and the Ablative absolute Unit 51: Conditional (if) clauses Unit 52: Final (purpose) clauses Unit 53: Consecutive (result) clauses Unit 54: Indirect statements (the 'accusative and infinitive') Unit 55: Indirect questions Unit 56: Indirect commands Unit 57: Clauses of fearing and danger Unit 58: Hoping, promising, threatening, and swearing Unit 59: The Predicative Dative Unit 60: Gerunds and gerundive
Teach Yourself Latin Grammar by G.E. Klyve
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