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Declension of First Person Pronouns Posted by on Jan 9, 2010

First Person Singular of “I” for both male and female: Nom : ego Gen : meī Dat : mihi Acc : mē Abl : mē Voc : – First person plural : Nom : nōs Gen : nostrum (nostrī is genitive is objective) Dat : nōbīs Acc : nōs Abl : nōbīs Voc : –…

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First Conjugation Reduplicated Posted by on Jan 6, 2010

Today we’ll look at first conjugation verbs in the imperfect tense, especially those that are reduplicated in the perfect tense. The active, indicative, imperfect of stāre = to stand stābam stābās stābat stābāmus stābātis stābant Now the passive, indicative, imperfect : stābar stābāris stābātur stābāmur stābāminī stābantur

First Conjugation Suffix ī Posted by on Jan 3, 2010

Now we’ll take a look at the first conjugation verbs in the imperfect tense that have the suffix ī and vowel lengthening in the perfect tense. First the active, indicative imperfect tense of iuvāre = to help, to assist iuvābam iuvābās iuvābat iuvābāmus iuvābātis iuvābant Now in the passive, indicative imperfect: iuvābar iuvābāris iuvābātur iuvābāmur iuvābāminī iuvābantur

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