Latin - Subjunctive Clauses

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Subjunctive Clauses Subjunctive mood – mood of potential, tentative, hypothetical, ideal or unreal action Imperative mood – commands someone to undertake an action that is not yet going on Indicative mood – actions that have occurred, are occurring, or will occur 1) Its definition 2) How to recognize it in a Latin sentence 3) How to translate into English Jussive Subjunctive (Ch. 28) 1) Expresses a command or exhortation, especially in 1 st or 3 rd person 2) Sentence’s main verb will be subjunctive 3) Let or may or should Purpose Clauses (Ch. 28) 1) A subordinate clause indicating the purpose or objective of the action in the main clause; answers the question “why was something being done?” 2) Introduced by ut or (for negative purposes) 3) May is most frequent, but we can also translate with an infinitive Result Clauses (Ch. 29) 1) A subordinate clause that shows the result of the action in the main clause; answers the question “what was the outcome?” 2) Begin with
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course CC 31915 taught by Professor Beaulieu during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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