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12 terms
Indirect statement
dico me venire
dico me venisse
dico me venturam esse
dixi me venire
I'm saying that I'm coming.
I'm saying that I've come.
I say that I'll come.
I said that I was coming.
dico me venire
I'm saying that I'm coming.
dico me venisse
I'm saying that I've come.
20 terms
Indirect statement
vir cogitat oculos puellae esse pulchr…
poeta narrat puellam ā familiā amari.
Catullus videt puellam delicias amare.
puella putat passerem esse pulchrum.
the man thinks that the girl's eyes are beautiful.
the poet tells that the girl is loved by her family.
Catullus sees that the girl likes her pet.
the girl thinks that the sparrow is beautiful.
vir cogitat oculos puellae esse pulchr…
the man thinks that the girl's eyes are beautiful.
poeta narrat puellam ā familiā amari.
the poet tells that the girl is loved by her family.
30 terms
Indirect Statement
oppugnare
oppugnavisse
oppugnaturos esse
oppugnari
He said that the enemies attacked us.
He said that the enemies had attacked us.
He said that the enemies would attack us.
He said that we were attacked by the enemies.
oppugnare
He said that the enemies attacked us.
oppugnavisse
He said that the enemies had attacked us.
15 terms
Indirect statement
expergiscor, expergisci, experrectus sum
surgo, ere, surrexi, surrectus
lavo, -are, -avi, lautus
induo, ere, indui, indutus
wake up
get up, rise
wash
put on
expergiscor, expergisci, experrectus sum
wake up
surgo, ere, surrexi, surrectus
get up, rise
Indirect Statement
Caesar dicit Gallōs fortēs esse.
Caesar dicit Gallōs fortēs fuisse.
Caesar dixit Gallōs fortēs esse.
Caesar dixit Gallōs fortēs futurus esse.
Caesar says that the Gauls are brave.
Caesar says that the Gauls were brave.
Caesar said that the Gauls were brave.
Caesar said that the Gauls would be brave.
Caesar dicit Gallōs fortēs esse.
Caesar says that the Gauls are brave.
Caesar dicit Gallōs fortēs fuisse.
Caesar says that the Gauls were brave.
15 terms
Indirect Statement
Puto
Credo
Spero
Scio
Putare putavi putatus, to think
Credere credidi creditum to believe
Sperare speravi speratus to hope
Scīre scīvī scītus to know
Puto
Putare putavi putatus, to think
Credo
Credere credidi creditum to believe
Indirect Statement
Present/Present
Perfect/Present
Present/Perfect
Perfect/Perfect
Present
-ed
-ed
had -ed
Present/Present
Present
Perfect/Present
-ed
Indirect statement
Putō
Dicō
In memoriā teneō
Audiō
Think
Talk,speak,say
Remember
Hear
Putō
Think
Dicō
Talk,speak,say
Indirect statement
Present verb + Present infinitive
Past verb + Present infinitive
Present verb + Perfect Infinitive
Past verb+ perfect infinitive
Translate infinitive present
Translate infinitive Past
Translate. Have __ed
Translate Had___ed
Present verb + Present infinitive
Translate infinitive present
Past verb + Present infinitive
Translate infinitive Past
12 terms
Indirect Statement
dico
cognosco
credo
existimo
say
learn
believe
think
dico
say
cognosco
learn
10 terms
indirect statement
seeing, knowing, hearing, telling, sho…
pres tense
perf tense
fut tense
governing verb
translation of primary sequence for the pres inf.
translation of primary sequence perf. inf.
translation of primary sequence fut. inf
seeing, knowing, hearing, telling, sho…
governing verb
pres tense
translation of primary sequence for the pres inf.
19 terms
Indirect Statement
Arbitror, arbitrari, arbitratus
Audio, audire, audivi, auditus
Cognosco, cognoscere, cognovi, cognitus
Credo, credere, credidi, creditus
To think
To hear
To learn, recognize
To think, believe
Arbitror, arbitrari, arbitratus
To think
Audio, audire, audivi, auditus
To hear
indirect statement
present VoH + present infinitive
past VoH + present infinitive
present VoH + perfect infinitive
past VoH + perfect infinitive
is/are -ing
-ed
-ed (pres)
had -ed
present VoH + present infinitive
is/are -ing
past VoH + present infinitive
-ed
18 terms
Indirect statement
Lingua ae f.
ferox, ferocis
fidelis, fidele
geminus, gemina, geminum
tongue
fierce
faithful
twin
Lingua ae f.
tongue
ferox, ferocis
fierce
32 terms
Indirect Statement
Puto, putare
Puto, putare, __, ___
cogito, cogitare
cogito, cogitare, __, __
to think
putavi, putatus
to think
cogitavi, cogitatus
Puto, putare
to think
Puto, putare, __, ___
putavi, putatus
Indirect Statement
puto (I), cogito (I), aestimo (I), exi…
spero (I)
scio, ire, ivi, itus
nescio, ire, ivi, itus
think
hope
know
not know
puto (I), cogito (I), aestimo (I), exi…
think
spero (I)
hope
25 terms
Indirect statement
dixerat equos Herculi dari debere
respondit nullum periculum esse
credidit se... habiturum esse
promisit se... laboratorum esse
he had said that the horses should be given to Hercules
he replied that there was no danger
he believed that he would have.....
he promised that he would work hard
dixerat equos Herculi dari debere
he had said that the horses should be given to Hercules
respondit nullum periculum esse
he replied that there was no danger
11 terms
indirect statement
Present tense (same time)
perfect tense (past time)
future tense (future time
Present+present
Active: 2pp Pass: 2pp, take off the e and replace it with an i
Active: 3pp + sse Pass: 4pp + esse
Active: 4pp take off the us , replace it with urus + esse Pas…
present
Present tense (same time)
Active: 2pp Pass: 2pp, take off the e and replace it with an i
perfect tense (past time)
Active: 3pp + sse Pass: 4pp + esse
Indirect Statement
Present Tense Active
Present Tense Passive
Perfect Tense Active
Perfect Tense Passive
2pp
2pp - e + i
3pp + sse
4pp + esse
Present Tense Active
2pp
Present Tense Passive
2pp - e + i
Indirect Statement
Say
Think
Shout
Announce
Dicere
Putare
Clamare
Nuntiare
Say
Dicere
Think
Putare
indirect statement
what type of clause is it?
what is it made up of?
what infinitive is portare?
what infinitive is portari?
that clause
accusative+ infinitive
present active infinitive
present passive infinitive
what type of clause is it?
that clause
what is it made up of?
accusative+ infinitive
Indirect statement
Head verb, subject accusative, infinitve
We say that we are afraid
We thought the new students shouted
Putāvistī discipulōs clāmāvisse
He SAYS that YOUR FATHER IS LEADING
Dīcimus nōs timēre
Putāvimus novōs discipulōs clāmāre
You thought the students had shouted
Head verb, subject accusative, infinitve
He SAYS that YOUR FATHER IS LEADING
We say that we are afraid
Dīcimus nōs timēre
indirect statement
what is an indirect statement made up of
mental action verbs
accusative subject
infinitive
mental action verbs, accusative subject, and infinitive
thinking, knowing, saying, seeing
-am, -um, -em, -as, -os, -a
-are, -ere, -ere, -ire
what is an indirect statement made up of
mental action verbs, accusative subject, and infinitive
mental action verbs
thinking, knowing, saying, seeing
25 terms
Indirect Statement
I had said that I was going to the city.
I had said that I was walking through…
I had said that I was seen in the city.
I had said that you saw me in the city.
Dixeram me ad urbem ire.
Dixeram me per urbem ambulare.
Dixeram me in urbe videri.
Dixeram te me in urbe videre.
I had said that I was going to the city.
Dixeram me ad urbem ire.
I had said that I was walking through…
Dixeram me per urbem ambulare.
Indirect Statement
arbitror
audio
cognosco
credo
arbitror arbitrari arbitratus - to think
audio audire audivi auditus - to hear
cognosco cognoscere cognovi cognitus - to recognize
credo credere credidi creditus - to believe
arbitror
arbitror arbitrari arbitratus - to think
audio
audio audire audivi auditus - to hear
10 terms
indirect statement
3 latin requirements for indirect stat…
what needs to be converted inside an i…
list the 6 infinitives
give translation formula of all 6 infi…
mental verb ... + ("that") ... + ACCUSATIVE acting as the subject…
subject --> accusative... verb --> infinitive
present active / present passive... perfect active / perfect pas…
to VERB / to be VERBed... to have VERBed / to have been VERBed... t…
3 latin requirements for indirect stat…
mental verb ... + ("that") ... + ACCUSATIVE acting as the subject…
what needs to be converted inside an i…
subject --> accusative... verb --> infinitive
12 terms
Indirect Statements
Quintus dicit se cenam parare
Quintus dixit se cenam parare
Quintus dicit se cenam paravisse
Quintus dixit se cenam paravisse
Quintus says that he is preparing dinner
Quintus said that he was preparing dinner
Quintus says that he has prepared dinner
Quintus said that he had prepared dinner
Quintus dicit se cenam parare
Quintus says that he is preparing dinner
Quintus dixit se cenam parare
Quintus said that he was preparing dinner
10 terms
Indirect Statement
3 components
time relation rule
present infinitive: pasco pascere pavi…
perfect infinitive: pasco pascere pavi…
1. VOH... 2. subject accusative... 3. infinitive
present infinitve = same time as VOH... perfect infinitive = bef…
pascere
pavisse
3 components
1. VOH... 2. subject accusative... 3. infinitive
time relation rule
present infinitve = same time as VOH... perfect infinitive = bef…
12 terms
Indirect Statements
Quintus dicit se cenam parare
Quintus dixit se cenam parare
Quintus dicit se cenam paravisse
Quintus dixit se cenam paravisse
Quintus says that he is preparing dinner
Quintus said that he was preparing dinner
Quintus says that he has prepared dinner
Quintus said that he had prepared dinner
Quintus dicit se cenam parare
Quintus says that he is preparing dinner
Quintus dixit se cenam parare
Quintus said that he was preparing dinner
5 terms
Indirect Statements
Sperant puellam recitaturum esse
Audivi villas deletas esse.
Quintus Caecilius affirmavit Salvium t…
Multi senatores putabant Agricolam ini…
They hope that the girl will recite.
I heard that houses had been destroyed.
Quintus Caecilius affirmed that Salvius had forged the will o…
Many senators thought that Agricola had been unjustly recalled.
Sperant puellam recitaturum esse
They hope that the girl will recite.
Audivi villas deletas esse.
I heard that houses had been destroyed.
Indirect Statements
Present active
Present passive
Perfect activ
Passive perfect
parare... monere... regere
parari... moneri... regi
parauisse... monuisse... rexisse
paratus esse... monitus esse... rectus esse
Present active
parare... monere... regere
Present passive
parari... moneri... regi
10 terms
Indirect Statements
Scio eum vocare.
Scivi eum a me vocari
Scio eum vocavisse
Scivi eum vocaturum esse.
I know that he calls
I knew that he was called by me
I know that he called
I knew that he would call
Scio eum vocare.
I know that he calls
Scivi eum a me vocari
I knew that he was called by me
37 terms
Indirect statements
arbitror
audio
credo
dico
arbitrari, arbitratus sum -- to think
audire, audivi, auditus -- to hear, listen
credere, credidi, creditus -- to believe, to trust
dicere, dixi, dictus -- to say, speak, talk
arbitror
arbitrari, arbitratus sum -- to think
audio
audire, audivi, auditus -- to hear, listen
19 terms
Indirect Statements
Parts of an indirect statement
Present Act inf
Present pass inf
Passive endings
Verb of the head, accusative subject, infinitive
2nd pp (continēre, ing)
2nd pp + pass endings (contineri, being ---)
Are - ari... Ēre - eri... Ere - i... Ire - iri
Parts of an indirect statement
Verb of the head, accusative subject, infinitive
Present Act inf
2nd pp (continēre, ing)
Indirect statements
Create an indirect statement
esse on the end and tur/sur in the wor…
Future translation
esse on the end (no sur/tur), isse on…
Verb of mental action, direct object(Acc), Infinitive
Future
would _____________
Perfect
Create an indirect statement
Verb of mental action, direct object(Acc), Infinitive
esse on the end and tur/sur in the wor…
Future
30 terms
Indirect statements
Head verb:... perfect infin time period
Head verb:... present infin time period
Head verb:... future infin time period
perf active endings
before
during
after
i isti it imus itstis erunt
Head verb:... perfect infin time period
before
Head verb:... present infin time period
during
10 terms
Indirect Statements
indirect speech is
infinitive tense shows
Primary Sequence
Secondary Sequence
reported speech
When the action occurs in relation to the main verb.
MV is present
MV is past tense
indirect speech is
reported speech
infinitive tense shows
When the action occurs in relation to the main verb.
29 terms
Indirect Statements
dico, dicere, dixi, dictus
video, videre, vidi, visus
audio, audire, audivi, auditus
scio, scire, scivi, scitus
i say
i see
i hear
i know
dico, dicere, dixi, dictus
i say
video, videre, vidi, visus
i see
indirect statements
present main+ active present
present main+ active perfect
present main+ active future
present main+ passive present
.. are carrying
.. were carrying
.. will carry
.. is carried
present main+ active present
.. are carrying
present main+ active perfect
.. were carrying
25 terms
Indirect Statements
Dicunt eum errare
Dicebant eum errare
Dicit eam erraturam esse
Dixit eam erraturam esse
They say that he is making a mistake
They said that he was making a mistake
He says that she will make a mistake
He said that she would make a mistake
Dicunt eum errare
They say that he is making a mistake
Dicebant eum errare
They said that he was making a mistake
14 terms
indirect statements
audeo, audēre, ausus sum
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus a um
doleo, dolēre, dolui, dolitus a um
dubito, dubitare, dubitavi, dubitatus…
(2) to dare (present tense = active, perfect tense = deponent)
(3) to collect (w/acc), compel, force (w/comp inf)
(2) to suffer pain, be sorry, cause pain (w/dat)
(1) to hesitate (w/comp inf) doubt (w/ind state)
audeo, audēre, ausus sum
(2) to dare (present tense = active, perfect tense = deponent)
cogo, cogere, coegi, coactus a um
(3) to collect (w/acc), compel, force (w/comp inf)
5 terms
Indirect Statements
Present active
Present passive
Perfect active
Perfect passive
are (is blank)
i (was blank)
isse (have blanked)
us esse (had blanked)
Present active
are (is blank)
Present passive
i (was blank)
7 terms
Indirect Statements
Formation in Latin
Direct: Marcus inquit "Quintum adiuvo."
Indirect: Marcus dicit se adiuvare Qui…
Direct: Scintilla inquit, "Flaccus lab…
1. verb of the head (dico, nego, spero, congnosco,puto)... 2. ac…
Marcus says "I am helping Quintus"
Marcus said that he is helping Quintus
Scintilla says "Flaccus in working in the field."
Formation in Latin
1. verb of the head (dico, nego, spero, congnosco,puto)... 2. ac…
Direct: Marcus inquit "Quintum adiuvo."
Marcus says "I am helping Quintus"
8 terms
Indirect STatements
An indirect statement is
An example of an indirect statement in…
MAIN CLAUSE + [ a subject in the case]…
1. The enemies are approaching.
reported speech
He said that the soldier is killing things.
ablative case+subjunctive
The hosts said to approach the guests.
An indirect statement is
reported speech
An example of an indirect statement in…
He said that the soldier is killing things.
indirect statements
putāre
scīre
vidēre
audīre
to think
to know
to see
to hear
putāre
to think
scīre
to know
12 terms
Indirect statements
Main verb is...
The subject is in the...
The other verb is...
Thinking
Head verb(talk, speak, think, wonder, etc)
Accusative
Infinitive
Puto, cogito
Main verb is...
Head verb(talk, speak, think, wonder, etc)
The subject is in the...
Accusative
9 terms
Indirect Statements
impero
mando
persuadeo, persuadere, persuasi, persu…
moneo, monere, monui, monitus
command, order (takes dative)
command, instruct (takes dative)
persuade (takes dative)
warn, advise
impero
command, order (takes dative)
mando
command, instruct (takes dative)
34 terms
Indirect Statements
Cicero putat Caesarem vincere Gallos
Cicero putabat Caesarem vincere Gallos.
Cicero putat Caesarem victurum esse Ga…
Cicero putabat Caesarem victurum esse…
Cicero believes that Caesar is defeating the Gauls.
Cicero believed that Caesar defeated the Gauls.
Cicero believes that Caesar will defeat the Gauls.
Cicero believed that Caesar would defeat the Gauls.
Cicero putat Caesarem vincere Gallos
Cicero believes that Caesar is defeating the Gauls.
Cicero putabat Caesarem vincere Gallos.
Cicero believed that Caesar defeated the Gauls.
8 terms
Indirect Statements
An indirect speech is
1. Verbs of speaking
2. Verbs of thinking
3. Verbs of sense perception
reported speech
a. ex: dicit, nuntiat, poquor, colloquor, exclamat, inquit, s…
puto (I think) scio (I know) nescio (I don't know) intellegit…
videt, audit, sentit (he feels/notices), observant, animadertit
An indirect speech is
reported speech
1. Verbs of speaking
a. ex: dicit, nuntiat, poquor, colloquor, exclamat, inquit, s…
Indirect Statements
Intellexit enim hunc esse hominem quem…
Cognoverunt etiam hunc caecum esse et…
Navem inimicam venisse arbitrati arma…
Respondit oraculum nullum esse in prae…
For he understood him to be the man that the oracle had menti…
They found out that he also was blind and afflicted with a ce…
Thinking that the hostile ship had come they seized their arm…
The oracle responded that there was no present danger.
Intellexit enim hunc esse hominem quem…
For he understood him to be the man that the oracle had menti…
Cognoverunt etiam hunc caecum esse et…
They found out that he also was blind and afflicted with a ce…
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