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Lecture 7

LATIN 1Z03 Lecture 7: Chap 7_ Present Tense of 1st_2nd Declensions + Future tense of 3rd_4th Declensions

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Latin
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LATIN 1Z03
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Claude Eilers

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Chap 7: Present Tense of 1st/2nd Declensions + Future tense of 3rd/4th Declensions Notebook: Latin Vocabs Created: 2016-10-31 1:13 AM Updated: 2016-11-30 11:33 AM Author: [email protected] 1st conjugation is marked with "a" throughout 2nd conjugation has long e in its infinitive there are many first declension verbs that have english derivatives Chapter 7 - Present tense of 1st/2nd declensions + future tense of 3rd/4th declensions 1st Conjugation Verbs: -o, -as, -at, -amus, -atis, -ant -a, -ate (imperatives) amo amare amavi amatum - to love ceno cenare, cenavi, cenatum - to dine cogito, cogitare, cogitavi, cogitatum - to think culpo, culpare, culpavi, culpatum - to blame do dare dedi datum - to give, to offer dedicate continue to dative verb erro errare erravi erratum - to wander, to err iuvo iuvare iuvi iutum - to help adiuvo adiuvare adiuvi adiutum - to help (these two are interchangable) laudo laudare laudavi laudatum - to praise satio satiare satiavi satiatum - to satisfy only 1st conj verb that has "i" sitting in its conjugations (e.g. satiant) servo servare servavi servatum - to preserve, keep safe, to save conservo, coservare, conservavi, conservatum - to pres
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