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CLA201 Lesson 27 - Latin Suffixes IV.pdf

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Department
Classics
Course
CLA201H5
Professor
Lisa Trentin
Semester
Summer

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Lesson 27 - Latin Suffixes IV May-29-13 8:50 PM Suffixes: 1. -ent (-ient), -ant (iant): equivalent to the English present participial ending, -ing (-ens, -ans) This form nouns, it means "person who" "that which" 2. -ile: able to be, able to, tending to (-ilis) This suffix is attached to verbal bases 3. -able, -ible: able to be, able to, tending to (-abilis, -ibilis) If followed by an additional suffix, it appears as -abil-, -ibil- 4. -id: tending to, inclined to (-idus) 5. -uous: tending to, inclined to (-uus, -uosus) BASES: LOQU-: to speak NOC-: to harm DORM-: to sleep VIGIL-: to watch AG-: to do CURR-: to run HABIT-: to live FRAG-: to break DUCT-: to lead, to draw DUR-: hard, to last APT-: to fit CRED-: to believe FERV-: to boil FRIG-: to be
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