Über den Autor
John Taylor was for many years Head of Classics at Tonbridge School, UK. He is the author of Latin Beyond GCSE, Greek to GCSE, Greek Beyond GCSE, and co-author of Latin Stories and Writing Greek.
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 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 and irregular perfect tenses Pluperfect tense Future perfect tense Very irregular verbs Defective and impersonal verbs Active and passive Present, imperfect and future 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 participle 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
A clear, concise and comprehensive guide to Latin language, grammar and vocabulary for GCSE students, closely linked to OCR's current syllabus. It includes over 650 practice sentences and exercises to help reinforce learning.
A clear, concise and comprehensive guide to Latin language, grammar and vocabulary for GCSE students.