1 Fac ita se rem habere ; Fac potuisse ; Fae habeas fortem animum; Facio me alias res agere; Missum id facio ; Totumistud aequi boni fecit ... Certiorem me fecit ; a#39; Ponere tem pus; I-Iis ita positis ; suppose the matter to be so. suppose that he could. grant that you are a brave man. ... much the reverse. liberty is at stake. he was at the point of death. to use scurrilous language. they impose this condition.
|Title||:||A Manual of Latin Grammar, etc|
|Author||:||John Pye Smith|