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2.Complementary; The thieves did not want to fight Aelius.3.Subjective; To greet friends is good.4.Objective; The women wanted Socrates to shout. 5.Objective; Licinia wanted to tell Aelius the words of the astrologer. 6.Complementary; Licinia is able to tell the words of the astrologer. 7.Subjective; To tell the words of the astrologer is difficult. 8.The tutor forbids the monkey to run away.Facio, Facere – to do Feci – I DidFecisti – you didFecit – he/she/it didFecimus – we did Fecistis – you all did Fecerunt – they did Fecisse – to have done (infinitive)Timeo, Timere – to fearTimui – I fearedTimuisti – you fearedTimuit – he/she/it fearedTimuimus – we fearedTimuistis – you all fearedTimuerunt – they fearedTimuisse – to have feared (infinitive)Venio, VenireVeni – I cameVenisti – you came Venit – he/she/it cameVenimus – we cameVenistis – you all came Venerunt – they came Venisse – to have come (infinitive)
CHAPTER 11 TolloSustuli -I raisedSustulisti -you raisedSustulit -he/she/it raisedSustulimus -we raisedSustulistis -you all raisedSustulerunt -they raisedSustulisse -to have raised (infinitive)For Nouns:Case: nom., gen., dat., acc., abl. voc.No.: singular or pluralGender: masc. or fem.Function: Nom: subject, predicate nom.Gen.: possession, description, wholeDat.: indirect object, compound verb, adjectiveIndirect object – Librum puellae datCompound verb – appropinquo, concede, adsum will be followed by a dative Adjective – tutus, Idoneur, bonus will be followed by a dativeAcc.: direct object, prep., time (for)Abl.: means, manner, accompaniment, time (in, at, on)Voc.: addressFor Verbs:Person: 1st, 2nd, 3rdNo.: singular or pluralTense: present or perfectMood: indicative or imperativeVerbal Form: infinitive; Function: complementary, objective, subjective5
CHAPTER 11 VOCABULARY Adveniō– arrive at, come to Advenīre– to arrive at, to come toAdvēnī, Adventum– arrived at, came to Appropinquō(+dat.)– approach, come near to Cūr– why Dea, -ae – goddessEcce!– Behold! Look! Fortasse– perhaps Longē– far off, far, a long distance Noscō– know, get to knowNoscere– to know, to get to know Nōvī, Nōtum– knew, got to know Rōma, -ae– Rome Rōmānus, -a, -um– Roman Saccus, -ī– wallet, sack, back, pocketbookSaliō– leap, jumpSalīre– to leap, to jumpSaliī/Saluī– leaped, jumpedSīc– thus, in this way; yesSubitō– suddenly Tam– so, so much (as)Tollō– lift, raiseTollere– to lift, to raiseSustulī, Sublātum– lifted, raisedValdē– very, a lot Verbum, -ī– word 6

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