Excerpt from Notes on the Meaning and Use of Some Latin Adverbs and Conjunctions as Exemplified in Cicero's De Senectute
HE following notes, in the preparation of which defi nitions and statements of usage have been drawn freely from the standard grammars and dictionaries, ar... e intended to aid the student in beginning the study of the Latin parti cles. His principal books of reference for this subject must be Harpers' Latin Dictionary and Riddle and Arnold's Eng lish-latin Lexicon. Much useful information may be gath ered from the following Latin grammars Allen and Green ough, 148 - 158; Roby, 2193 - 2257; Madvig, 432 462; Zumpf, 331 - 358. To the advanced student Drae ger's Historische Syntax ofi'ers a very valuable thesaurus of classified examples. It is important that the student observe for himself the actual Latin usage, and collect examples from the author Whom he is reading. As a practical aid, in this work, alternate pages of the Notes have been left blank for manuscript additions.
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