-Ans, -ens with all sorts except passive. changing -bam, -bar into -ns
How are the participles of the present tense formed?
-tus, -sus, -xuz, with passive, common and deponent. latter supine adding -s (one in -uus)
How are participles of the Preterperfect tense formed?
-rus, -dus, -rus has all sorts but passive, -dus are passives and commons (used to be deponents) First Supine changing -m to -rus, or Genitive present tense participle changing -tis to -dus, -da, dum
How are participles of the Future tense formed?
2nd. -dum is nominative and accusative, -di is genitive and -do is datove and ablative.
What Declensions to Gerunds belong to?
also comes from a verb, has dative, accusative, ablative. (dative used to end in -u) The accusative is active and is 'the first supine" the dative and ablative are passive and are called "the latter supine".
What is a supine?