PREFACE This book presents a series of Latin lessons for beginners, based on the principles of the Direct Method, and is the result of class-room experiments covering several years. In it is included all the syntax recommended in Byrne and in the standard syllabi for the first year of Latin. Five hundred of the commonest words in high school Latin, as shown in Lodge, are printed in the General Vocabulary in heavy type. This vocabulary is intended primarily to suggest the meanings of words previously studied. Except for 'si/ 'aliquis/ and a few others, only such words as have already occurred in the lessons are used in the explanations. It also provides abundant means for developing the pupils' powers of expression through the memorizing of definitions. It is supplemented by pictures illustrating certain of the stories. - In the matter of hidden quantity Hale and Buck's Grammar has been generally followed. For the benefit of teachers unfamiliar with the Direct Method, there are g
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