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Imperfect and Perfect Tense Oct. 6, 2011
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Review: Present Tense Singular Plural 1st person laudō - 2nd person laudās - 3rd person laudat laudant
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Personal Endings Singular Plural 1st person - 2nd person -s - 3rd person -t -nt
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Imperfect Tense The imperfect tense indicates a continuous, repeated, or habitual past action (e.g. he was praising, they were praising). Verb stem + bā + personal ending: laudā - bā - t laudā - bā - nt
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Imperfect Tense Singular Plural 1st person - - 2nd person - - 3rd person laudābat laudābant
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Present and imperfect of “est”
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Unformatted text preview: Present Singular Plural 1st person sum-2nd person es-3rd person est sunt Imperfect Singular Plural 1st person--2nd person--3rd person erat erant Perfect Tense • The perfect tense indicates a past action: a single, completed event. • laudāv - it (he praised) • laudāv - erunt (they praised) • clāmāv - it (he shouted) • clāmāv - erunt (they shouted) Perfect Tense Singular Plural 1st person--2nd person--3rd person laudāvit laudāverunt...
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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.

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