Some vocabulary from Henle Latin II, Unit 11, Lesson 38 and some rules and stuff.
praesum, praeesse, praefuī, praefutūrus w. dat
intr. am in command of, am in charge of
noceō, nocēre, nocuī, nocitūrus w. dat
2 intr. do harm to, injure
satis (indecl. n w. gen.)
3 size, greatness
mare, maris (like n. of gravis)
The perfect tenses are formed regularly by using the perfect participle passive with...
forms of the verb "sum".
Many intransitive verbs take a sole object in the...
Verbs of "calling", "electing", "considering as", and "showing oneself" take...
an accusative object and a predicate accusative (n. or adj.)
In the passive, the accusative object becomes the ? and the predicate accusative becomes the ?
1 = subject 2 = predicate nominative