By Harm Pinkster
Cicero, along vast references to different assets of examples equivalent to the Oxford Latin Dictionary and the glossary Linguae Latinae.
This first quantity makes a speciality of the easy clause. It starts with an creation to the assets used and to the ways and conventions followed, via an outline of the elemental grammatical thoughts. additional chapters provide an intensive account of the beneficial properties of the Latin easy clause, together with verb frames, energetic vs passive temper, sentence kind, negation, and the noun word, between many others.
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