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Indicative: Present Tense
active: amo (i love)
passive: amor (i am loved)
Indicative: Imperfect tense
active: amabam (i loved)
passive: amabar (i was loved)
Indicative: Future tense
active: amabo (i shall love)
passive: amabor (i shall be loved)
Indicative: Perfect tense
active: amavi (i have loved)
passive: amatus sum (i was loved)
Indicative: Future perfect tense
active: amaveram (i had loved)
passive: amatus eram (i had been loved)
Indicative: Pluperfect tense
active: amavero (i shall have loved)
passive: amatus ero (i shall have been loved)
Subjunctive: Present Tense
active: amem (i may love)
passive: amer (i may be loved)
Subjunctive: Imperfect Tense
active: amarem (i might love)
passive: amater (i might be loved)
Subjunctive: Perfect Tense
active: amaverim (i may have loved)
passive: amatus sim (i may have been loved)
Subjunctive: Pluperfect Tense
active: amavissem (i might have loved)
passive: amatus essem (i might have been loved)
HORTATORY
negative: ne 'Let us'
mostly appears in the 1st and 3rd persons
Festinamus! ne hoc faciat
DELIBERATIVE
in questions implying doubt
negative: non
found in pres and imp tenses
Quid faciam? Quid facerem?
OPTATIVE
express a wish, used in all persons; negative: ne
present:the wish is possible
imp: unaccomplished
pluperf: unaccomplished in the past ex/ utinam ne me vidisset (i wish/would that/oh that!)
POTENTIAL
negative: non
imp: hoc crederes (you would have believed this)
nolim, velim, ausim
**NOTE
the potential is much like the contrary to fact conditional where "if" clause has been omitted
Porch
Vestibulum
Door
ianua
entry way
fauces
rain trough
impluvium
hall
atrium
study
tablinum
pillared courtyard
peristylium
side room
ala
dining room
triclinium
shops
taberna
side door
posticum
bedroom
cubiculum
guest room
oecus
sun room
exhedra
*Romans borrowed this from the Greeks
*This is found in the atrium
*peristylium
*ararium