Chapter 19
Look, Ma! I’m Reading Latin!
In This Chapter
◆ More reading practice: sentences, stories, and Psalms
◆ Case and verb syntax review
◆ Translation hints
The old Latin textbooks, the ones without pictures, were divided into phonology, morphology, and syntax. Phonology discussed the letters and pronunciation of Latin. Morphology described the forms of Latin words, and syntax prescribed the rules for using those words. Nowadays, we have forms and usage.
In this chapter, you practice your vocabulary and forms while translating some more Latin sentences. In the process, you can review the syntax and usage rules as well.

Review: Sentences and Cases

The ending on a noun, pronoun, or adjective tells the reader how the word is used in the sentence. ...

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