Unformatted text preview: they were seeing Perfect tense: perfect active stem + perfect personal ending (Recall that the perfect active stem is the third principle part minus “-ī”: servāv- or vīd-) PERFECT Singular Plural First person-ī-imus Second person-istī-istis Third person-it-ērunt “servō, servāre, servāv ī” (to save) First person servāvī I saved servāvimus we saved Second person servāvistī you saved servāvistis you (pl.) saved Third person servāvit he/she saved servāvērunt they saved “videō, vidēre, vīd ī” (to see) First person vīdī I saw vīdimus we saw Second person vīdistī you saw vīdistis you (pl.) saw Third person vīdit he/she saw vīdērunt they saw...
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2012 for the course LANGUAGE 1 taught by Professor Jennylynn during the Fall '11 term at UCSC.
- Fall '11