16 terms

Stage 22 Latin Test Review + Grammar

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Bulbus
(onion-heat): Friend of Gutta; local who hangs out at tavern; ex-boyfriend of Vilbia; a magician
Gutta
(rain drop): Friend of Bulbus; a local
Latro
(crook): Owner of the tavern where the Roman soldiers go to eat; father of Vilbia and Rubria
Modestus
(modest): Friend of Strythio and is a Roman soldier on leave; boyfriend of Vilbia and "gives" her the dress pin; loves bragging
Strythio
(ostrich): Friend of Modestus and is a Roman soldier on leave; secretly gives Vilbia dress pin
Rubria
(redhead): Daughter of Latro who works at the tavern
Vilbia
Daughter of Latro who works at the tavern
Pluperfect Subjunctive endings
had (more past than the main verb, perfect endings +)
portavi-issem
portaviste-isses
portavit-isset
portavimus-issemus
portavitis-issetis
portaverunt-issent
Imperfect Subjunctive endings
were/was ______+ing (leave in infinitive form(-re))
-m
-s
-t
-mus
-tis
-nt
Present Passive Participle
having been _______ed (often with a/ab)
Singular
M. F. N.
-us -a -um
-i -ae -i
-o -ae -o
-um -am -um
-o -a -o
Plural
M. F. N.
-i -a -um
-orum -arum -orum
-is -is -is
-os -as -a
-is -is -is
Perfect Active- Participles list (MEMORIZE)
adeptus,a,um "having obtained"
conspicatus,a,um "having caught sight of"
locutus,a,um "having spoken"
precatus,a,um "having prayed to"
regressus,a,um "having returned"
egressus,a,um "having gone out"
ingressus,a,um "having entered"
progressus,a,um "having advanced"
aggressus,a,um "having attacked"
Present Active Participle
_______ing
-s -es
-is -ium
-i -ibus
-em -es
-te -ibus
Perfect Endings
-i
-isti
-it
-imus
-istis
-erunt
Imperative Mood
take the infinitive, take off the -re, and have the root or for plural, add -te (they are commands)
1 Conjugation: a
2 Conjugation: ē
3 Conjugation: e
4 Conjugation: i
-ne questions
nonne (surely, expecting yes answer) num (surely not, expecting no answer)
Vocative Case
o Quinte! o Salvi! (if it ends in -us it will be -e it it ends in -ius it will be -i)