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Jenney's First Year (2principal clauses, coordinating conjunctions, ect,)

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Clauses in general Every verb is considered to have its own clause, so if there is 2 verbs, there will be 2 clauses: either 2 principal clauses, or 1principal clause and 1 subordinate clause
2principal clauses Verbs will be connected by a coordinating conjunction=somewhere between the two verbs will be a Latin word that meaning "and", "but", "for", "or", or "nor" (i.e. Rēgīnam laudāmus, nam bona est=we praise the queen, for she is good)
Coordinating conjunctions meaning and (for 2 principal clauses) "Atque" or "ac"=and (emphatic), and also, and even/"et"=and/"itaque"=and so/"-que"=and (unemphatic), 'n'
Coordinating conjunctions meaning but(for 2 principal clauses) "At"=but, yet, but yet/"autem"(postpositive, never comes first in its clause, usually second)=but, but on the other hand, however/"sed"=but
Coordinating conjunctions meaning for(for 2 principal clauses) "Enim"(postpositive, never comes first in its clause, usually second)=for/"nam"=for
Coordinating conjunctions meaning or (for 2 principal clauses) "An"=or(only in questions, with utrum)/"aut"=or/"vel"=or, or even, or possibly
Coordinating conjunctions meaning nor (for 2 principal clauses) "Neque" or "nec" = nor (neither....nor when used as neque...neque.. Or nec...nec...)
1principal clause and 1subordinate clause Example: oppidane quō ambulāre magnum est=the town to which you are walking is large. Principal clause is oppidum magnum est because it can stand by itself. Quō ambulās is subordinate clause because it is not a sentence and can't stand by itself.
Words which introduce subordinate clauses "Nisi"=if...not,unless/"quō"=to which place! to which/"quod"=because/"sī"=if/"ubi"=when, where/"unde"=from which place! from which/"ut"=as
Created by: VanWhit