By Jeanne Marie Neumann; Hans H. Ørberg;

ISBN-10: 1585101915

ISBN-13: 9781585101917

This identify offers a working outline/commentary at the Latin grammar coated in e-book 1 of Lingua Latina (Familia Romana), and contains the entire textual content of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin-English Vocabulary. It additionally replaces the scholar advisor, Latine Disco. The booklet is designed specifically for students who process Lingua Latina at an sped up velocity. The Exercitia should be used as an extra resource of workouts.

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Lezgian (a Daghestanian language of the eastern Caucasus) [Ali-din]-ni [Weli-din] buba Ali-gen-and Weli-gen father ‘Ali’s and Weli’s father’ (Haspelmath (1993:326)) b. Kunuz Nubian (a Nilo-Saharan language of Egypt) [it-todon]-go:n [e:n-godon]-go:n man-com-and woman-com-and (Abdel-Hafiz (1988:277)) ‘with the man and with the woman’ However, in some languages, even case affixes can be outside the scope of the coordinator. g. g. (41b)), the wider scope of the case suffix can be seen in the absence of the case suffix on Coordination 15 the first coordinand (cf.

Ii) Pauses: in English, it is much more natural to pause before and (Joan . . Joan and . . Marvin). (iii) Discontinuous order: in special circumstances, the coordinands may be separated by other material, as when a coordinand is added as an afterthought. g. My uncle will come tomorrow, or my aunt, not *My uncle or will come tomorrow, my aunt). (iv) (Morpho)phonological alternations: when the coordinator or one of the coordinands undergoes (morpho)phonological alternations in the Coordination 9 construction, this is evidence that they form a constituent together.

However, the mixed patterns (27–28) seem to be extremely rare. In the non-mixed patterns (co-A co-B, A-co B-co), both coordinators generally have the same shape, whereas this is not the case in the mixed patterns. h`ınd´e and I and Kehinde ‘both I and Kehinde’ Coordination 11 (26) A-co B-co (Martuthunira, a Pama-Nyungan language of W. woman-pl-and ‘old men and old women’ (Dench 1995:98) (cf. also examples (5) and (24a)) (27) A-co co-B (Homeric Greek, cf. son and and Achilles ‘Atreus’s son and Achilles’ (28) co-A B-co (Latin, cf.

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