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Hobbitvs Ille: Part IV Posted by on Dec 31, 2018

Homework Just in case you are catching this post late. We are on the final translation of the first sentence  from the beginning of Hobbitvs Ille: in foramine terrae habitabat *hobbitus: nec foedum,sordidum madidumque foramen, nec extremis lumbricorum atque odore caenoso impletum, nec etiam foramen aridum, inane, harenosum, in quo nihil erat ad considendum aut edendum aptum; immo…

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Second Conjugations Continued Posted by on Sep 4, 2009

This will be the last installment of the second conjugations in the indicative present tense. This time, the verbs will be in the perfect tense with the suffix -i and no perfect passive participle. fervēre = to boil to seethe In the indicative: ferveō fervēs fervet fervēmus fervētis fervent In the passive: ferveor fervēris fervētur…

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Second Conjugation Suffix -ī and Vowel Lengthening Posted by on Sep 1, 2009

Today’s post is still about the second conjugation, this time with Latin verbs that have the suffix -ī and vowel lengthening in the perfect tense. vidēre = to see, to notice In the active form: videō vidēs videt vidēmus vidētis vident In the passive form: videor vidēris vidētur vidēmur vidēminī videntur  

Second Conjugation With Reduplicated ī Posted by on Aug 29, 2009

Today’s verb will be a second conjugation with a reduplicated ī in the perfect tense. First we’ll look at the active present indicative of the verb. spondēre = to promise, to vow spondeō spondēs spondet spondēmus spondētis spondent Next is the present passive indicative. spondeor spondēris spondētur spondēmur spondēminī spondēntur