Chapter 1 notes-verbs - Latin 506 Chapter 1: verbs; First...

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Latin 506 Chapter 1: verbs; First & second conjugations: Present Infinitive, and Imperative active; Translating Verbs: Exhibit 5 characteristics: ( Used to parse) Person(3): 1 st , 2 nd , or 3 rd Number(2) Singular, Plural Tense (6) When or the time the actions happens Present Imperfect Future Perfect Pluperfect Future Perfect Mood: The manner of indicating the action or state of being of the verb (3) Indicative “Indicates” facts Imperative:
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Subjunctive Describes potential events or actions Voice: Whether the subject performs the action or action is done to them Active Performing the action Passive: The action is being done to them Conjugation of verbs: Shows all the forms of the verbs Only the 3 rd person singular does not need a preposition in order to make sense, while the other 5 do require a preposition. Exp: Singular Plural 1 st I We 2 nd You You (all) 3 rd He, She, It They Latin verbs have 2 parts Stem: gives meaning Exp: Singular
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2010 for the course LAT 506 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Chapter 1 notes-verbs - Latin 506 Chapter 1: verbs; First...

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