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olim
once, formerly, sometime
minime
no
Verbs of the first conjugation have a present stem ending in what?
a
durus, dura, durum (m., f., n.)
hard
aqua, aquae (f.)
water
nunc
now
puella, puellae (f.)
girl
ubi
where
quod
because
How do you find the present stem of a Latin verb?
Drop the infinitive ending:
re
fortuna, fortunae (f.)
fortune, luck
via, viae (f.)
road, way, street
silva, silvae (f.)
forest, woods
insula, insulae (f.)
island
familia, familiae (f.)
family
est
is
et
and
fama, famae (f.)
report, fame
sed
but
magnus, magna, magnum (m., f., n.)
great
specto, spectare, spectavi, spectatus
look (at), watch
non
not
vita, vitae (f.)
life
terra, terrae (f.)
earth, land
laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatus
praise
bonus, bona, bonum (m., f., n.)
good
amant
(they) love, like
parvus, parva, parvum (m., F., n.)
small
agricola, agricolae (m.)
farmer
Give the first conjugation, present tense endings
o, s, t, mus, tis, nt
portant
(they) carry
amo, amare, amavi, amatus
love, like
paro, parare, paravi, paratus
get, get ready, prepare
porto, portare, portavi, portatus
carry
laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratus
work
longus, longa, longum (m., f., n.)
long
sic
yes
novus, nova, novum (m., f., n.)
new, strange
erant
they were
multus, multa, multum
much; (pl.) many
What are the 6 personal endings?
-o (or -m) I.....-mus = we
-s = you.........-tis = you
-t = he, she it...-nt = they
Give the second declension endings.
us, i, o, um, o,
i, orum, is, os, is
salve, salvete (sing., pl.)
hello
sunt
are
Give the first declension endings.
a, ae, ae, am, a,
ae, arum, is, as, is
erat
he, she, it was
vale, valete (sing., pl.)
good-bye
malus, mala, malum (m., f., n.)
bad
equus, equi (m.)
horse
carrus, carri (m.)
cart, wagon
servus, servi (m.)
slave, servant