Latin Review 2 - Part 1 Verbs A. Conjugation a. Ago I lead...

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Part 1 Verbs A. Conjugation a. Ago – I lead b. Agis – You lead c. Agit – He, she, it leads d. Agimus – We lead e. Agitis – You lead f. Agunt – They lead B. Verb tenses a. Ago i. Future Indicative 1. Agam – I shall lead 2. Ages – You will lead 3. Aget – He, she, it will lead 4. Agemus – We shall lead 5. Agetis – You will lead 6. Agent – They will lead ii. Imperfect Indicative 1. Agebam – I was leading 2. Agebas – You were leading 3. Agebat – He, she, it was leading 4. Agebamus – We were leading 5. Agebatis – You were leading 6. Agebant – They were leading iii. Present Imperative Active 1. Age – lead! (singular) 2. Agite – lead! (pl.) b. Audio i. Present Indicative 1. Audio – I hear 2. Audis – You head 3. Audit – He, she, it hears 4. Audimus – We hear 5. Auditis – You hear 6. Audiunt – They hear ii. Future Indicative 1. Audiam – I shall hear 2. Audies – You will hear 3. Audiet – He, she, it will hear 4. Audiemus – We shall hear 5. Audietis – You will hear 6. Audient – They will hear iii. Imperfect Indicative 1. Audiebam – I was hearing 2. Audiebas – You were hearing
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3. Audiebat – He, she, it was hearing 4. Audiebamus – We were hearing 5. Audiebatis – You were hearing 6. Audiebant – They were hearing iv. Present Imperative Active 1. Audi – Hear! (Singular) 2. Audite – Hear! (pl.) c. Sum (Esse) i. Present Indicative 1. Sum – I am 2. Es – You are 3. Est – He, she, it, is, there is 4. Sumus – We are 5. Estis – You are 6. Sunt – They are, there are ii. Future Indicative 1. Ero – I shall be 2. Eris – You will be 3. Erit – He, she, it, there will be 4. Erimus – We shall be 5. Eritis – You will be 6. Erunt – They, there will be iii. Imperfect Indicative 1. Eram – I was 2. Eras – You were 3. Erat – He, she, it, there was 4. Eramus – We were 5. Eratis – You were 6. Erant – They, there were d. Possum (Posse) i. Present Indicative 1. Possum – I am able 2. Potes – You are able 3. Potest – He, she, it are able 4. Possumus – We are able 5. Potestis – You are able 6. Possunt – They are able ii. Future Indicative 1. Potero – I shall be able 2. Poteris – You will be able 3. Poterit – He, she, it will be able 4. Poterimus – We shall be able 5. Poteritis – You will be able 6. Poterunt – They will be able iii. Imperfect Indicative 1. Poteram – I was able
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2. Poteras – You were able 3. Poterat – He, she, it was able 4. Poteramus – We were able 5. Poteratis – You were able 6. Poterant – They were able Part 2 Nouns and Pronouns A. Decline the 3 rd Declension Noun for “king” a. Rex b. Regis c. Regi d. Regem e. Rege f. Reges g. Regum h. Regibus i. Reges j. Regibus Hic : This, These Singular Masculine Feminine Neuter Nominative Hic This man Haec This woman Hoc This thing Genitive Huius Of this man Huius Of this woman Huius Of this thing Dative Huic To/for this man Huic To/for this woman Huic To/for this
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Latin Review 2 - Part 1 Verbs A. Conjugation a. Ago I lead...

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