By Charles E. Bennett
Charles E. Bennett's vintage Latin reference grammar first seemed within the overdue 1800's. Even this present day it's nonetheless a well-liked selection for top university and undergraduate scholars. This reprint is a fascimile of the 1908 revised version.
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Says she. “They told Nancy to fetch you,” I said. ” Instead of helping me up, the poor thing stole her hand into mine, and gave it a little squeeze. She tried hard to keep from crying again, and succeeded—for which I respected her. “You’re very kind, Mr. Betteredge,” she said. ” I asked. ” “Something draws me to it,” says the girl, making images with her finger in the sand. “I try to keep away from it, and I can’t. Sometimes,” says she in a low French bide: attendre, attendent, attendez, attendons, attends.
The matron, seeing my lady took an French appetite: appétit. chin: menton. chuck: mandrin, caresser, caresse. drifting: dérive. fainting: évanouissement, syncope, défaillance, défaillant. falls: tombe, abat, choit. forlorn: désespéré. habit: habitude, coutume, usage, port. hint: insinuer, faire allusion, conseil, allusion. housemaid: bonne, femme de chambre. insist: insister, insiste, insistes, insistent, insistez, insistons, presser, aheurter. kindly: complaisamment, de manière gentille, de façon gentille.
Hide: peau, cacher, cachent, cachons, caches, cache, cachez, fourrure, s'abriter, dissimuler, pelage. knee: genou, coude, le genou. passes: passe. pocket: poche, empocher, case. prefer: préférer, préfères, préférez, préfèrent, préférons, préfère, aimer mieux. slope: pente, côte, talus, inclinaison, déclivité, versant. starts: démarre. straw: paille. Wilkie Collins 31 “Come, come, my girl, I said, “your past life is all sponged out. ” She took me by one of the lappets of my coat. I am a slovenly old man, and a good deal of my meat and drink gets splashed about on my clothes.
A Latin Grammar by Charles E. Bennett