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Use the paragraph below for the following matching exercise. You will match the capitalized words with their Latin counterpart. I AM a Vestal Virgin. As a guardian of the state, I CAN rebuild the sacred fire on the Kalends of March, attend meetings other women ARE not ABLE to do, and release prisoners from their punishments. I HAVE BEEN a Vestal since the age of 10. At that time and for the next 10 years I WAS...

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the Use paragraph below for the following matching exercise. You will match the capitalized words with their Latin counterpart. I AM a Vestal Virgin. As a guardian of the state, I CAN rebuild the sacred fire on the Kalends of March, attend meetings other women ARE not ABLE to do, and release prisoners from their punishments. I HAVE BEEN a Vestal since the age of 10. At that time and for the next 10 years I WAS ABLE to study the profession of the Vestals and learn how to carry out the ceremonies accurately. For five years now, I have been one of the ones to carry out those ceremonies. IT IS quite a responsibility! I WILL BE in this position for five more years. Then for the next 10 years I WILL BE ABLE to teach the new Vestal initiates, again a most important position! Then after 30 years, those who were initiated with me WILL BE ABLE to retire. We WILL HAVE BEEN servants of the state for a long, but memorable time. What a life this is for a young girl! Salvete, discipuli picturarum moventium! 2004 FLVS You are already familiar with the irregular verb SUM, ESSE. Today you will learn some compounds of SUM and see where the western movies get their posses! In this lesson, you will do the following: Review the irregular verb SUM, ESSE. Learn the forms of POSSUM, POSSE. Practice with compounds of SUM, ESSE. Magister Grammaticus POSSUM The verb possum is a compound of SUM and shows many of the same irregularities. Its principal parts are POSSUM , POSSE, POTUI - (no fourth principal part and no passive). It is translated as can or be able and is followed by the infinitive. (My suggestion is to stick with "to be able" because an infinitive naturally follows: I am able to see. When using can, an infinitive does not naturally follow in English, and it may leave you wondering.) For example: "Possum videre." can be translated either of two ways: "I am able to see" or "I can see." Formation of possum, posse, potui - In the present system (present, imperfect, future tenses), it is formed by adding the prefix pot- or pos- to the forms of SUM. (pot- before forms of SUM that begin with "e"; pos- before forms SUM of that being with "s"). In the perfect system (perfect, pluperfect, future perfect tenses), it is formed in the regular way, by adding the perfect endings to the third principal part. POSSUM , POSSE, POTUI, -TO BE ABLE, CAN Present System Present Tense Imperfect Tense Future Tense Possum I am able Poteram I was able Potero I will be able Potes You are able Poteras You were able Poteris You will be able Potest He is able Poterat He was able Poterit He will be able Possumus We are able Poteramus We were able Poterimus We will be able Potestis You are able Poteratis You were able Poteritis You will be able Possunt They are able Poterant They Poterunt were able They will be able POSSUM, POSSE, POTUI -to be able, can Perfect System Perfect Tense Pluperfect Tense Future Perfect Tense Potui I have been able Potueram Potuisti You have Potueras been I had Potuero been able I will have been able You had Potueris been able You will have been able able Potuit He has been able Potuerat Potuimus We have Potueramus We had Potuerimus been been able able We will have been able Potuistis You have Potueratis been able You had Potueritis been able You will have been able potuerunt They have been able They had Potuerint been able They will have been able potuerant He had Potuerit been able He will have been able Look closely at the differences in the following examples. Can you translate them correctly? Poteratis You were able. Imperfect tense Potueratis You had been able. Past perfect tense Poterit He will be able. Future tense Potuerit He will have been able. Future perfect tense The -u makes a big difference. That is in the third principal part, so you are in the perfect system. 02.11 POSSUM As a film student, will you be able to read and write the Latin language? Translate the following sentences into English. 1. Linguam Latinam legere et scribere possum. 2. Ab agris frumentum transportare non poteramus. 3. Pericula vitae bonum hominem commovere non potuerunt. 4. Viri cibo vitas equorum servare potuerant. 5. Quis pecuniam invenire potuit? Hint: commovere = to disturb

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