Final review- 23-24 - Final review: Chapters 23-24 Chapter...

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Final review: Chapters 23-24 Austin DeBoer Chapter 23: 1) Participles: a) Verbal adjectives; meaning they can be used as either a verb or an adjective b) When used as a verb i) Get their stem from verbs ii) Tenses: present, perfect, future iii) Voice- active, passive iv) Can take the direct object c) When used as an adjective i) Gender, number, and case must agree ii) They modify nouns iii) Substantive ( can be) iv) 2) Chart: Active Passive Present Amare Amans, Amantis (loving) Declines like a 3 rd declension noun Perfect Amatus, a, um (having been loved) PPP- declines like a 1 st & 2 nd declension adjective Future Amaturus, a, um (about to love) Amandus, a,um (About to be loved) Singular Plural Nom Amans Amantes Gen Amantis Amantium Dat Amanti Amantibus
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Final review: Chapters 23-24 Austin DeBoer Acc Amantem Amantes Abl Amante/ i Amantibus 3) Chapter 24: Notes: 1) Ablative Absolute: a) A participial phrase generally consisting of a noun and a modifying participle in the
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