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nomen mihi est _________________________ Latin 1 Review: Chapter 5 Future of 1 st and 2 nd Conjugation Verbs Latin indicates the future tense in the 1 st and 2 nd conjugation by inserting the future tense sign, usually –bi- , between the present stem and the personal endings. In the first person singular and the third person plural , things are slightly different. We can use the mnemonic device “ Bo will bunt ” to help us remember these endings: “ -bo ” for the 1 st person singular ending, “ will ” to remind us it’s future and that the vowel in the infix is “ i ”, and “ -bunt ” for the 3 rd plural. Singular Plural 1 st laudabo laudabimus 2 nd laudabis laudabitis 3 rd laudabit laudabunt Singular Plural 1 st monebo monebimus 2 nd monebis monebitis 3 rd monebit monebunt Imperfect (of all 4 Conjugations) Forming the imperfect is very similar to forming the future, except we use the infix “ -ba- .” The imperfect usually translates into English as the past progressive (I was running, I was asking), which means a repeated or continual action over time in the past. We can remember that the
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2008 for the course LAT 43 taught by Professor Onl during the Spring '08 term at BYU.

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