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Syntax of the Latin Language : Chiefly From the German of C. G. Zumpt
by Karl Gottlob Zumpt

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1844 edition. Excerpt: ... for, with ut; videre and observare in the signification to look out, to beware, with ne. Cavendum est, ne assentatoribus patefaciamus aures, neu adulari nos sinamus. Epicurus testamento cavit, ut dies natalis suus ageretur. Vide, ne hoc tibi obsit. Note 2. The accusative with the infinitive after timere is very rare. Quod (Sulla) timens suo corpori posse accidere, igni voluit cremari. Note 3. Jfcve or neu is compounded of ne and ve, and means or that not, and that not; it must not, therefore, be confounded v/ith neque; neque answers to non, neve to ne. Tbe instances, however, are not few where neque stands for et ne. Caesar milites cohortatus, uti suae pristinae virtutis memoriam retinerent, neu perturbarentur animo. Fersuadent, ut paterentur, nec (fornere) ultima experiri vellent. Note 4. JVe non, after verbs of fearing, is equivalent to ut, the negatives cancelling each other. Non sum veritus, ne sustinere tua in me beneficia non possim. Vereor, ne consolatio nulla possit vera reperiri. Unum vereor, ne senatus Pompeium nolit dimittere. 144 10. Quo is properly the ablative of the relative pronoun, and stands for ut eo; in order that, that by this means; it is commonly joined with the comparative. Non quo is not as if, instead of which non quod also is used; or, with a negative sense, not as if not, non 'quin, or non quo non, answering to which, in the subsequent part of the sentence, is sed, sed quod, or sed quia, but because, or a proposition with ut. Ilium cohortari non intermittemus, quo indies longius discendo exercendoque se procedat. Ager non semel aratur, quo meliores fructus possit et grandiores edere. Legem brevem esse oportet, quo facilius ab impends teneatur. Ad te literas dedi, non quo haberem magnopere, quod scriberem, sed...

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1844 edition. Excerpt: ... for, with ut; videre and observare in the signification to look out, to beware, with ne. Cavendum est, ne assentatoribus patefaciamus aures, neu adulari nos sinamus. Epicurus testamento cavit, ut dies natalis suus ageretur. Vide, ne hoc tibi obsit. Note 2. The accusative with the infinitive after timere is very rare. Quod (Sulla) timens suo corpori posse accidere, igni voluit cremari. Note 3. Jfcve or neu is compounded of ne and ve, and means or that not, and that not; it must not, therefore, be confounded v/ith neque; neque answers to non, neve to ne. Tbe instances, however, are not few where neque stands for et ne. Caesar milites cohortatus, uti suae pristinae virtutis memoriam retinerent, neu perturbarentur animo. Fersuadent, ut paterentur, nec (fornere) ultima experiri vellent. Note 4. JVe non, after verbs of fearing, is equivalent to ut, the negatives cancelling each other. Non sum veritus, ne sustinere tua in me beneficia non possim. Vereor, ne consolatio nulla possit vera reperiri. Unum vereor, ne senatus Pompeium nolit dimittere. 144 10. Quo is properly the ablative of the relative pronoun, and stands for ut eo; in order that, that by this means; it is commonly joined with the comparative. Non quo is not as if, instead of which non quod also is used; or, with a negative sense, not as if not, non 'quin, or non quo non, answering to which, in the subsequent part of the sentence, is sed, sed quod, or sed quia, but because, or a proposition with ut. Ilium cohortari non intermittemus, quo indies longius discendo exercendoque se procedat. Ager non semel aratur, quo meliores fructus possit et grandiores edere. Legem brevem esse oportet, quo facilius ab impends teneatur. Ad te literas dedi, non quo haberem magnopere, quod scriberem, sed...

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  • ISBN-13: 9781103175154
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