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A spouse to the Latin Language provides a set of unique essays from foreign students that music the advance and use of the Latin language from its origins to its modern-day usage.
• Brings jointly contributions from the world over popular classicists, linguists and Latin language specialists
• deals, in one quantity, an in depth account of alternative literary registers of the Latin language
• Explores the social and political contexts of Latin
• contains new bills of the Latin language in mild of contemporary linguistic theory
• Supplemented with illustrations masking the improvement of the Latin alphabet

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7. The wind has (blew, blown) the shutter open. Continued ☞ Using Verbs 37 TX_L07LH_01 6/2/09 9:38 AM Page 38 NAME Language Handbook CLASS 3 Worksheet 9 DATE (continued) 8. We had (rode, ridden) overnight on the bus to Yoho National Park in British Columbia. 9. Before the weekend is over, Marla will have (went, gone) to the library to find information on the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 10. The courageous woman has (swam, swum) all the way across Lake Erie. 11. I have (wrote, written) a report about Red Cloud, a leader of the Oglala Sioux.

8. At the bottom of the hole (lay, laid) a tin box of old papers. 9. A heap of rusty metal was (lying, laying) beside the barn. 10. I. M. Pei, the talented architect, (lay, laid) the building plans on the table. 32 Language Handbook © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Exercise B TX_L07LH_01 6/1/09 6:02 PM Page 33 NAME Language Handbook CLASS 3 Using Verbs WORKSHEET 6 Exercise A DATE Using Rise and Raise Correctly For each of the following sentences, underline the correct verb in parentheses.

_______________ 7. Over time, which of the three printers will cost least? _______________ 8. Which of these five options seems best to you? _______________ 9. Please ask for directions to the Zocalo; you speak better Spanish than I. _______________ 10. Which air conditioner uses the least amount of electricity? 48 Language Handbook © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company _______________ 2. Somehow, the big dog eats less than the little one. TX_L07LH_01 6/1/09 6:02 PM Page 49 NAME CLASS Language Handbook DATE 5 Using Modifiers WORKSHEET 3 Choosing Adverbs or Adjectives Exercise A In each of the following sentences, underline the correct adjective or adverb in parentheses.

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