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Essential GCSE Latin is a practical and accessible guide for students. Covering all the linguistic requirements (grammar, syntax and vocabulary) for GCSE Latin, the book is closely linked to OCR's current syllabus. This immensely useful textbook provides straightforward and easy to understand explanations of every grammatical construction needed for GCSE, from ablative absolutes to result clauses. Each point of grammar is generously illustrated with examples and practice sentences.
The book concentrates on understanding the principles behind accidence and syntax, reducing the need for rote
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Produktbeschreibung
Essential GCSE Latin is a practical and accessible guide for students. Covering all the linguistic requirements (grammar, syntax and vocabulary) for GCSE Latin, the book is closely linked to OCR's current syllabus. This immensely useful textbook provides straightforward and easy to understand explanations of every grammatical construction needed for GCSE, from ablative absolutes to result clauses. Each point of grammar is generously illustrated with examples and practice sentences.
The book concentrates on understanding the principles behind accidence and syntax, reducing the need for rote learning. 650 practice sentences provide ample opportunity for the student to get to grips with every point of grammar as it is introduced. Essential GCSE Latin can be used on its own, or a revision guide for a fast but comprehensive recap of the language. Helpful, concise and clear, the book has an easily navigable structure which breaks down the language into bite-sized sections.
Essential GCSE Latin also includes a list of all the vocabulary needed for the exam and a glossary of grammar terms for quick and easy reference. An appendix of 15 practice passages provides further experience and helps equip the student for the current Language 2 paper. This new edition includes revised exercises throughout the book and updated vocabulary.
  • Produktdetails
  • Verlag: Bloomsbury UK
  • Seitenzahl: 192
  • Erscheinungstermin: 27.03.2014
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9781472506771
  • Artikelnr.: 40729461
Autorenporträt
John Taylor was for many years Head of Classics at Tonbridge School, UK, and is now Lecturer in Classics at Manchester University, UK. He is an experienced examiner of Ancient Greek and the author of the widely used textbooks Essential GCSE Latin (3rd edition, Bloomsbury, 2017); Latin Beyond GCSE (2nd edition, Bloomsbury, 2017), and with Henry Cullen, the new two-volume course Latin to GCSE (Bloomsbury, 2016).
Inhaltsangabe
Preface
List of abbreviations
Glossary of grammar terms
The importance of word endings

Nominative case; Vocative case; Accusative case; Genitive case; Dative case; Ablative case

Declension and gender; First declension nouns; Second declension nouns; Third declension nouns; Fourth and fifth declension nouns

Adjectives; Agreement of nouns and adjectives; Comparative adjectives; Superlative adjectives; Irregular comparative and superlative adjectives
Adverbs; Comparative and superlative adverbs

Pronouns; Personal pronouns; Possessives; This and That; Self and Same; Relative pronoun (who, which) and clause; Less common pronouns
Prepositions; Prefixes and compound verbs; Conjunctions

Verbs and conjugations; Present tense; Imperfect tense; Future tense; Infinitive The verb to be; Principal parts; Perfect tense; Common irregular perfect tenses; Pluperfect tense; Future perfect tense
Very irregular verbs; Defective and impersonal verbs
Active and passive; Present, imperfect and future passive; Agent and instrument; Perfect, pluperfect and future perfect passive; Passive infinitive
Deponent verbs; Semi-deponent verbs

Direct commands; Direct questions

Numerals; Time expressions; Time clauses

Because and although clauses; If clauses (conditionals)

Connecting relative

Present active participle; Perfect passive participle; Common irregular perfect passive participles; Perfect active participle (from deponent verbs); Future active participle; Disentangling participles; Ablative absolute; Gerundives

Indirect statement; Imperfect subjunctive; Purpose clauses; Use of qui for purpose; Indirect commands; Result clauses; Verbs of fearing; Time clauses with imperfect subjunctive; Pluperfect subjunctive; Cum clauses; Indirect questions

Negatives

Translating complex sentences
Important words with more than one meaning
Words easily confused
Summary of uses of the subjunctive

Practice passages for unseen translation

Vocabulary
Index