To make the course preparatory to Cæsar at the same time systematic, thorough, clear, and interesting is the purpose of this series of lessons.
IRREGULAR VERB «ferô»-- Dative with Compounds 181-183
LXXIV. VOCABULARY REVIEW--_Subjunctive in Indirect Questions_ 183-185
LXXV. VOCABULARY REVIEW--_Dative of Purpose or End for Which_ 185-186
LXXVI. VOCABULARY REVIEW--_Genitive and Ablative of Quality or Description_ 186-188
LXXVII. REVIEW OF AGREEMENT--_Review of the Genitive, Dative, and Accusative_ 189-190
LXXVIII. REVIEW OF THE ABLATIVE 191-192
LXXIX. REVIEW OF THE SYNTAX OF VERBS 192-193
INTRODUCTORY SUGGESTIONS 194-195
THE LABORS OF HERCULES 196-203
P. CORNELIUS LENTULUS: THE STORY OF A ROMAN BOY 204-215
APPENDIXES AND VOCABULARIES
APPENDIX I. TABLES OF DECLENSIONS, CONJUGATIONS, NUMERALS, ETC. 226-260
APPENDIX II. RULES OF SYNTAX 261-264
APPENDIX III. REVIEWS 265-282
SPECIAL VOCABULARIES 283-298
LATIN-ENGLISH VOCABULARY 299-331
ENGLISH-LATIN VOCABULARY 332-343
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This book does not use the same diacritics as more modern ones do, and those that are used do not appear properly in some fonts. If you are so frugal that you cannot bear to part with a few dollars for Wheelock's Latin, then try this one.
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grip you with the first turning
of a page.
for those with a sincere
and will power to learn
the Roman mind and
the Roman Weltanschaaung
will be dazzled to find
a master's labor of love
that cannot be dimmed for any
and see the world
as a Roman saw it.
Clear, direct, concise
sober and beautiful.