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LATIN GRAMMAR

PARSING SCHEME: will be used on tests

NOUNS

      Definition: Cases

       Declensions: First, Second (M) and Second (N)

        Declensions: Third, all forms

        Third declension: common nouns, with genitive singular and gender.

         Another list of third declension nouns- from Reading Latin

          More third declension nouns, from Lingua Latina

           Declensions: Fourth (M) and Fifth (F)

         The locative case and explanations of place to/from which

VERBS

Principal parts of common Latin verbs, by conjugation

More principal parts, covering lessons 1-G to 2-D in Reading Latin

Dative verbs (take direct object in dative case)

Active Indicative

       Prsent tense, all conjugations

       Imperfect tense, all conjugations

       Future tense, all conjugations

        Perfect, pluperfect and future perfect (all conjugations)

Passive Indicative

       Imperfect tense, all conjugations

        Future tense, all conjugations

        Perfect, pluperfect and future perfect (all conjugations)

Subjunctive active and passive

        Present active and passive (all conjugations)

        Imperfect active and passive (all conjugations)

Deponent

       Present, Imperfect and Future Indicative, all conjugations

       Principal parts for common deponent verbs

Irregular

         sum

          possum

         eo

         volo, nolo and malo

         fero

ADJECTIVES

  Definition

  Formation of First and second declension adjectives: agreement

    Formation of third declension adjectives

   Formation of comparative and superlative adjectives.

   Interrogative adjectives (Which boys?....what sign?)

PRONOUNS

        Personal (ego, tu, nos, vos)

        Personal pronouns vs. adjectives

       Demonstratives (hic and ille)

          is, ea, id (He, she, it)

          idem, eadem, idem (the same)

      Intensive pronouns (ipse, ipsa, ipsum)

     Interrogatives (quis and quid)

SPECIAL CONSTRUCTIONS

       Indirect speech defined with ex. of direct and indirect.