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Unformatted text preview: Negative: nOn, nihil, nEmO, numquam, nUllus (after ut) o Translate: Translate the subj as an indicative w/o an auxiliary ADJ/ADV MAIN VERB (ut/ that) SUBJUNCTIVE MAIN VERB (ut) Cum Clauses o 3 types Circumstantial-when Causal-since Adverse- although (used with tamen) o Recognize: Introduced with cum Cum. .tum (not only. . but also) o Translate: Cum VERB, (tum) SUBJUNCTIVE Present Subjunctive o Translated with: may, might Imperfect Subjunctive o Translated with: Were, would, might Perfect/Pluperfect Subjunctive o Translate with: might have/would have...
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course LATN 1002 taught by Professor Corrigan during the Spring '08 term at University of Georgia Athens.
- Spring '08