LAT-101 Chapter : August 28.pdf

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Users can collect posts into a printable, sortable format. Collections are a good way to organize posts for quick reading. A collection must be created to tag posts. Also conjugate verbs do, dare (to give) and terreo, Chapter 1: verbs; first and second conjugations; adverbs; reading and translating. In latin there are four principle parts but you only need to know the first and second for this semester: amo amare amavi amatum (to love, moneo monere monui monitum. In latin there are no pronouns but the ending of the verb determines the subject. To form verbs: go to the 2nd principle part of the verb and take off the re to form the stem, then add the endings to the steam. Remember the present tense= the steam+personal ending of the verb https://ut. blackboard. com/webapps/discussionboard/do/message?actio d=_25104_1&nav=discussion_board_entry&issearch=n&requesttype=print. To form the verb amo, amare: take amare, get rid of the re, ama + endings.

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