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Latin study guide: Unus nauta adverbs Unus – one Nullus – no, none Ullus – any Solus – only Neuter, e dropper – neither Alter , e-keeper– the other Uter, e-dropper – either, which Totus – all, whole Allius, alia, aliud –other demonstratives- hic, haec, hoc; ille, illa, illud; is, ea, id; idem, eadem, idem and iste, ista, istud interrogative adj- qui, quae, quod indefinite adj- quidam, quaedam, quoddam Corpus is neuter 3 rd decl – corpus Noun forms: First decl: a ae ae am a ae arum is as is 2 nd decl: us i o um o i arum is as is 2 nd decl neuter: um i o um o a orum is a is 3 rd decl: - is i em e es um ibus es ibus 3 rd decl i-stem: is i em e es i um ibus es ibus 3 rd decl neuter: - is i - e a um ibus a ibus – e.g. corpus corporis corpori corpus corpore, corpora, corporum, corporibus, corpora, corporibus Verbs forms: present, imperfect, future, perfect, pluperfect, future perfect Present system: Imperfect- “I was” -bam bas bat bamus batis bant Future- “I will” – bo bis bit bimus bitis bunt Perfect –one event in the past-“ed”-I isti it imus istis erunt/eve Perfect Active Infinitive-stem + - isse - laudav-isse (“to have praised”), monu-isse (“to have advised”), eg-isse (“to have led,” etc.), audiv-isse (“to have heard”) Plplerfect ––perfect stem-“laudav”- +eram eras erat eramus eratis erant – “had -ed” – an event in
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