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Latin (Lecture #1- September 14th 2011)
Pa tri a ser va re sae pe
1. Five Characteristics of Verbs
1. Person
2. Number (singular and plural)
3. Tense
4. Mood (indicative, imperative and subjunctive suggest)
5. Voice (active and passive)
i.e. The girl loves the boy (Active)
i.e. The girl is loved by the boy (Passive)
SINGULAR
1ST Person = -o, -m
2ND Person = -s
3RD Person = -t
PLURAL
1ST Person = -mus
2ND Person = -tis
3RD Person = -nt
amo 1ST Person, Active, Indicative laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatum
“To love” = “To praise”
amare Infinitive Stem laud -
“To love” am -
amavi Perfect 1ST Conjugation -are
“I loved”
amatum Supine
2ND Conjugation
moneo, monere, monui, monitum -ere
amo = I love amamus = We love
amas = You love amatis =
amat = He/She/It loves
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