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LATN 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Dative Case, Genitive Case, Nominative Case
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Verbs have Conjugations and Nouns have Declensions Things to consider when writing verb endings: number (singular vs plural) Tense (were only doing present right now in class) Person (hesheit) Voice (we are only doing acti...

Latin
LATN 101
Charmaine Gorrie
LATN 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Regular And Irregular Verbs
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Eo, ire, ii (ivi), iturus (to go) Irregular verb w/ compounds Indicative Forms Present Imperfect Future Perfect Pluperfect Future Imperatives ...

Latin
LATN 201
Lyn Rae
LATN 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Non-Linear Editing System, Participle, Infinitive
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Irregular verbs: vol, nol, mlo Irregular forms for present tense No passive forms Perfect forms are regular Present Active Indicative, Present Infinitive, Imperative & Participle Forms Sg. ...

Latin
LATN 201
Lyn Rae
LATN 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Romanian Old Kingdom, Infinitive, Essent
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Subjunctives Third mood - used to convey opinion/feeling Recognized w/ change in vowel stem Present Active Subjunctive Same personal endings (-m for -o in 1st sg.) Mnemonic device for remembering vowe...

Latin
LATN 201
Lyn Rae
LATN 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dependent Clause, Future Perfect
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Dependent Uses of Subjunctive: Adverbial Clauses Purpose Clause o Introduced by ut (ut); negative is n (never ut + nn) o Expresses incomplete action - answers question "why? For what purpose?" ...

Latin
LATN 201
Lyn Rae
LATN 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Rhetorical Question
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Independent Uses of the Subjunctive 1. to urge or demand an action - ex. lets get pizza! 2. to wish for something - ex. I wish he would come! 3. to indicate doubt, often by asking for advice or expressing surprise -...

Latin
LATN 201
Lyn Rae
LATN 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Simile, Ablative Case, Superius
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Comparison of Adjectives Positive o 1st, 2nd, & 3rd declension adjectives Comparative o Add -er to positive stem in English (ex. dearer) o Also use more, (rather, quite) in Englis...

Latin
LATN 201
Lyn Rae
LATN 201 Lecture 3: LATN 201 Comparison of Adverbs
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Comparison of Adverbs Comparative & superlative are same as adjectives Positive o Adverbs are formed from adjectives o 1st & 2nd declension adjectives add - to stem Ex. crus,...

Latin
LATN 201
Lyn Rae
LATN 201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Regular And Irregular Verbs
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Fero, ferre, tuli, ltus (to carry, bear) Irregular verb w/ compounds Active Indicative Forms Present Imperfect Future Perfect Imperatives 1st sg. ...

Latin
LATN 201
Lyn Rae
LATN 102 Lecture 17: LATN 102 Passive Tenses
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Passive Voice A verb in passive voice indicates subject is being acted upon, not doing the action Ex. he is carrying (active) vs. he is being carried (passive) Personal Endings for Passive Indicative ...

Latin
LATN 102
Charmaine Gorrie
LATN 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Gerundive, Preposition And Postposition, Ablative Case
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Participles Verbal adjective o Ex. The barking dog wagged its tail Found as follows: o Present active participle Present stem + -ns, -ntis Ex. amns (declined...

Latin
LATN 102
Charmaine Gorrie
LATN 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Verbal Noun, Gerund, Infinitive
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Present Active Infinitive Infinitive - verbal noun o No personal ending 1st Conjugation 2nd Conjugation 3rd Conjugation 4th Conjugation amre (to love) monre (to advise) re...

Latin
LATN 102
Charmaine Gorrie
LATN 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Masculin Féminin, Ablative Case
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Mille in Plural Neuter noun (milia, milium) Often followed by partitive gen. o Ex. duo milia hominum (two thousand men/two thousands of men) Milia = *i-stem Paradigms for 1-3 nus, -a, -um ...

Latin
LATN 102
Charmaine Gorrie
LATN 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Reflexive Pronoun, Participle, Infinitive
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Noun Clause: Indirect Statement Can be expected w/ verbs of saying, thinking & perceiving No clause marker 3 elements for recognition o Infinitive o Accusative subject of infinitive ...

Latin
LATN 102
Charmaine Gorrie
LATN 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Masculin Féminin, Pronoun, Preposition And Postposition
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Personal Pronouns Word that's used instead of noun Has case & number, like nouns Ego, T (I, You) Sg. 1st Person 2nd Person Nom. ego (I) t (you) ...

Latin
LATN 102
Charmaine Gorrie

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