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small part. 13. Of incredible
liberality. 14. Of barbarous na-
tions. 15. By a similar complaint.
16. With a loud voice.
human error. 18. A lasting si-
lence. 19. Of a foolish opinion.

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1. Frequent conversations. 2. 3. A. joyful

The swift Moors.
mind. 4. To lofty towers. 5.
With a sweet sound. 6. Of war-
like praises. . 7. To an ancient
king. 8. In a heavy chariot. 9.
With black eyes. 10. In a poor
house. . 11. .The swift winds.
12. With a suppliant hand. 13.
In a fertile region. '14. With
equal loss. 15. A teachable boy.

1. Ofone god. 2. Two comedies. 3. Three rooms. 4. With tem soldiers. 5... Two hundred trees. 6. Of twenty nights. 7. In five months. 8. To the eleventh boy. 9. In the sixth year. 10. The second king. 11. In the thousandth legion. 12. Of the second oration.* 13. By the fiftieth rule.

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10. Ofaricher prey. 11. A longer stay. 12. To a more lamentable fortune. 18. By a more secret crime. 14. Of a , more regal disposition. 15. To a mearer friend.

1. Of me. 2. To thee. 3. Of themselves. 4. Witb me. , 5. With us. 6. With themselves. 7. For himself. 8. With thee. 9. With you. 10. Ofus. 11. Ofyou. 12. for itself. 13. For herseif. 14. O' thou. 15. Themselves. 16. Tome.

1. To him. 2. That womam. 3. Of that man. 4. To these tears. 5. To this man. 6. Of her. 7. Thosethings. 8. Mybook. 9. Omy Paris. 10. By thy fault. 11. Of our army. 12. By your fault. 13. Philosophers of our own country.

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PRONOUN.

I. Ego. 2. Tu. 3. Sui. 4. Ego. 5. Ego. 6. Sui. 7. Sui. 8. Tu. 9. Tu. 10. Ego. 11. Tu. 12. Sui. 1. Thou concealest.' 2. They cry. 3. I was building. 4. We were thinking. 5. They have carried. 6. Ye have begged. 7. She had pretended. 8. He had robbed. 9. I shall prepare. 10. Ye will approve. - 1. I may sup. 2. Ye can hope. 3. He might honour. 4. He should conciliate. 5. He may have commanded. 6. We may have torn. 7. I should have nodded. 8. They might have wounded. 9. Thou wilt have called. 10. They will havè devoured. 1. Lethim deny. 2. Enterye. 3. Tothink. 4. Tobe about toretard. 5. Affording. 6. About to swear. 1. Thou art accused. 2. Ye are chastised. 3. We were called. 4. They were torn. 5. I have been deprived. ' 6. They have been routed. ' 7. He had been overcome. 8. We had been solicited. 9. Thou wilt be approved. 10. They will be saluted. 1. Thou canst be adorned. 2. Ye may be marked out. 3. I might be served. 4. They should be committed. 5. She may have been defrauded. 6. I may have been delighted. 7. He might have been loved. 8. Ye should have been pacified. 9. He will have been fined. 10. They will. have been renewed. 1. Let him be bound. 2. Be ye scattered. 3. To be brought up. 4. To have been provoked. , 5. To be about to be loaded. 6. Changed. 7. To be liberated.

1. For my own sake. 2. Thou thyself. 3., With these eyes. 4. Of this province. 5. Of the same kind. 6. Of the same opinion. 7. By the same way. 8. In some

place. 9. Some woman. . 10. In
whatsoever land. 11. Of some
cities.
VERB.
ASum.
He is. Ye were. She has
been. They are. We shall be.
Ye have been. They had been.
They have been. They will be.
Thou mayest be. She would be.

They maybe. Ye may have been.
Thou wilt have been. * He should.

have beem. Thou mightest have
been. , Let her be. Be thou.
Uo have been.

'culpa.

13. Sui. 14. Tu. 15. Sui. 16. Ego.

' 1. Ille. 2. Ille, 8 Ille vir. 4. Hic lachryma. 5. Hic. 6. Is. 7. Is. 8. Meus liber. 9. Meus Paris. 10. Tuus 11. Noster exercitus. 12. Wester culpa. 13. Nostras philosöphus. 1. Meâpte causa (abl.). 2. Tute. 3. Hicce ocülus. 4. Hicce provincia. 5. Ejusmödi. 6. Idem sententia. 7. Idem via. 8. Aliquis locus. 9. Quidam fœmina. . 10. Quicunque terra. 11. Quidam urbs.

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SECONID CONJUGATION.

1. Thou admonishest. 2. I want. . 3. Thou wast obeying. 4. He was favouring. 5. We have shone. 6. They have flourished. 7., He had displeased. 8. They had terrified. 9. I shall conceal. 10. We shall admonish. 1. I may languish. 2. He may hinder. 3. They might have. 4. We should show. 5. He may have exercised. 6. Ye may have restrained 7. I should have had. 8. He should have concealed. 9. We shali have driven away. 10. Ye will have exercised.* ' 1. Let him admonish. 2. Let them hinder. 3. To say. 4.

To have exhibited. 5. Having.

6. About to afford.

1. I am seen. 2. He was clip

ped. 3. Ye have been terrified. 4. They had beem taught. 5. We shallobe held. 6. Ye cam be ordered. 7. We might be destroyed. 8. Thou mayest have been admonished. 9. He should have been

prevented. 10. Ye will have been

admitted. 11. To have been terrified. 12. Had. 18. Tobe taught.

• 1. Moneo. 2. Careo. 3. Pareo. 4. Studeo. 5. Splendeo. 6. Floreo. 7. Displiceo. 8. Terreo. 9. Sileo. „ 10. Moneo.

1. Langueo. 2. Prohibeo. 3. Habeo. 4. Exhibeo. ' 5. Exerceo. 6. Coërceo. 7. Habeo. 8. Sileo. ' 9. Arceo. 10. Exerceo.

1. Moneo. 2. Prohibeo. 3. Perhibeo. 4. Exhibeo. 5. Habeo. 6. Præbeo.

1. Video. 2. Tondeo. 3. Terreo. ' 4. Doceo., 5. Teneo. 6. Jubeo. 7. Deleo. 8. Moneo. • 9. Prohibeo. 10. Adhibeo. 11. Terreo. 12. Habeo. 13. Doceo. .

• ' THIRD CONJUGATION.

1. Thou pullest. '2. They were shaking. 3. He has dug. 4. Ye had driven.. 5. They will rule. 6. I can break. 7. We might touch. 8. He may have cut. 9. She might have read. 10. They will have said. 11. Place thou. 12. Let them disdain. 13. To have sung. 14. About to draw.

1. Rapio. 2. Quatio. 3. Fodio. 4. Ago. 5. Rego. 6. Frango. 7. Tango. 8. Scindo. 9. Lego. 10. Dico. 11. Pono. 12. Sperno. 13. Cano. 14. Traho.

1. Thou art sent for. 2. He was sent. 3. He has been carried. 4.

1. Arcesso. 2. Mitto. 3. Gero. 4. Duco. 5.

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