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moneo
I warn
mones
You (sg) warn
monet
He/she/it warns
monemus
We warn
monetis
You (pl) warn
monent
They warn
duco
I lead
ducis
You (sg) lead
ducit
He/she/it leads
ducimus
We lead
ducitis
You (pl) lead
ducunt
They lead
capio
I take
capis
You (sg) take
capit
He/she/it takes
capimus
We take
capitis
You (pl) take
capiunt
They take
audio
I hear
audis
You (sg) hear
audit
He/she/it hears
audimus
We hear
auditis
You (pl) hear
audiunt
They hear
-ne
It is attached to the end of the first word and converts a statement into a direct question.
Ablative of means
used with an inanimate noun to express the means by which the action of a sentence is accomplished.
Ablative of manner
used with an abstract noun and may be used to express manner or style in which action of a sentence is carried out. Cum will always be used when the noun is not modified. It may often be translated with -ly
habeo
It has both a physical and a mental meaning.
Moneo
It may take a personal accusative and an infinitve.
credo
It may take the dative and mean trust in.
seduco
It uses the inseperable prefix-se-'apart from, astray';hence, it means 'lead astray, decieve.'
domus, domi
second declension feminine noun.
facio
It may take an accusative + an infinitive