Excerpt from First Lessons in Latin, or an Introduction to Andrews and Stoddard's Latin Grammar
Tee following work consists of two distinct parts. The first is an abstract of Andrews and Stoddard's Latin Gram mar. Comprising the most important principles of that work, togethe... r with its paradigms. As the abridgment is intended to serve as an introduction to the larger Grammar, the lan guage and arrangement of the latter are in general retained.
The second part consists of Exercises in Syntax, Reading Lessons, and a Vocabulary.
The Exercises are designed to illustrate the principal rules of Latin construction, and to render the student familiar with the various grammatical in¿ections. They are divided into two parts. The first consists of Latin sentences exemplifying the rules under which they are severally arranged; the second, of English examples, in the translation of which into Latin the same principles are to be applied.
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