Chapter 25 Grammer

Chapter 25 Grammer - Thursday, March 10, 2011 Chapter...

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Thursday, March 10, 2011 Chapter 25—Grammer Present Subjunctive Present- e+ ending (1 st conjugation) All others a+ endings Imperfect Subjunctive Infinitive + endings Discere to learn Active Imperfect Discerem Disceres Disceret Disceremus Disceretis Discerent Passive Imperfect Discerer Discereris Disceretur Disceremur Disceremini Discerentur Dependent Uses: 1 . Purpose Clause – Venimus ad scholam ut discamus. WE come to school in order that we learn. Present subjunctive must follow a present/future tense. In order to learn To learn Ut + subjuntive in order that we do something, Ne + subjunctive in order that we do not something Venimus (Long E)Scholam ut disceremus. Imperfect subjunctive must follow a past tense!!
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We came to school in order that we learn. Function of these would be Purpose clause 2 . Result Clause most likely to be a past tense. (Sic, ita, tam, tantus,tanta, tantum, tot)
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This note was uploaded on 06/13/2011 for the course LATIN 2051 taught by Professor Watanabe during the Spring '11 term at LSU.

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