Ch 5 and 6

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Ch 5 and 6
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  1. Future Active Conjugation Endings
    • -bo       I will --        -bi-mus   we will --
    • -bi-s     you will --     -bi-tis     ya'll will --
    • -bi-t     he will --        -bunt     they will --
  2. Imperfect Active Conjugation Endings
    • -ba-m    I was -ing         -ba-mus   we were -ing
    • -ba-s     you were -ing     -ba-tis     ya'll were -ing
    • -ba-t     he was -ing        -ba-nt     they were -ing
  3. adulescentia
    • adulescentia, adulescentiae
    • f           I
    • youth, young manhood; youthfulness
  4. animus
    • animus, animi
    • m     II
    • sould, spirit, mind
    • (pl: animi, animorum: high spirits, pride, courage)
  5. caelum
    • caelum, caeli
    • n        II
    • sky, heaven
  6. culpa
    • culpa, culpae
    • f        I
    • fault, blame
  7. gloria
    • gloria, gloriae
    • f         I
    • glory
  8. verbum
    • verbum, verbi
    • n       II
    • word
  9. te
    you, yourself
  10. liber
    • liber, a, um
    • adj
    • free
  11. noster
    • noster, nostra, nostrum
    • adj
    • our, ours
  12. pulcher
    • pulcher, pulchra, pulchrum
    • adj
    • beautiful, handsome; fine
  13. sanus
    • sanus, sana, sanum
    • adj
    • sound, healthy; sane
  14. igitur
    • therefore, consequently
    • conj, postpositive
  15. -ne
    (implies a question, suffixed to the first word)
  16. propter
    • because of, on account of
    • prep + Ab
  17. cras
    • tomorrow
    • adv
  18. heri
    • yesterday
    • adv
  19. hodie
    • today
    • adv
  20. quando
    • when
    • interr and rel adj
    • (si quando: if ever)
  21. satis
    • anough, sufficient(ly)
    • indec: noun, adj, adv
  22. tum
    • then, at that time; thereupon, in the next place
    • adv
  23. ceno
    • ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatum
    • vrb     I
    • to dine
  24. culpo
    • culpo, culpare, culpavi, culpatum
    • vrb     I
    • to blame, censure
  25. maneo
    • maneo, manEre, mansi, mansum
    • vrb       II
    • to remain, stay behind, abide, continue

    (also: remaneo, remanere, remansi, remansum)
  26. supero
    • supero, superare, superavi, superatum
    • vrb          I
    • to be above, have the upper hand, surpass; overcome, conquer
  27. Forms of Sum (Present)
    • Sum = Present
    • sum      I am         summus        we are   
    • es         you are      estis             ya'll are
    • est      he is            sunt             they are
  28. Forms of Sum (Future)
    • Ero = Future
    • ero           I will              erimus      we will
    • eris          you will           eritis         ya'll will
    • erit          he will             erunt         they will
  29. Forms of Sum (Imperfect)
    • Eram = Imperfect
    • eram         I was              eramus      we were
    • eras          you were          eratis         ya'll were
    • erat          he was             erant         they/there were
  30. Present Possum
    • I am able, can
    • pos-sum     pos-sumus
    • pot-es         pot-estis
    • pot-est        pos-sunt
  31. Future Possum
    • pot-eros      pot-erimus
    • pot-eris       pot-eritis
    • pot-erit       pot-erunt
  32. Imperfect Possum
    • pot-eram     pot-eramus
    • pot-eras      pot-eratis
    • pot-erat       pot-erant
  33. What is a Complementary Infinitive?
    An Infinitive Verb (laudare: to praise) that COMPLETES an intrasitive verb (sum: to be, debeo: to owe)

    • Debes conservare pecuniam tuam
    • You ought to save your money
  34. deus
    • deus, dei
    • m      II
    • god

    • deus          di
    • dei            deorum
    • deo           dis
    • deum        deos
    • deo           dis
  35. dea
    • dea, deae
    • f         I
    • goddess

    • dea        deae
    • deae      dearum
    • deae      deabus
    • deam     deas
    • dea        deabus
  36. discipulus
    • discipulus, discipuli
    • m            II
    • student (male)

    (female: discipula, discipulae)
  37. insidiae
    • insidiae, insidiarum
    • f (pl only)     I
    • plot, ambush, treachery
  38. liber
    • liber, librī
    • m        II
    • book
  39. tyrannus
    • tyrannus, tyranni
    • m      II
    • tyrant, absolute ruler
  40. vitium
    • vitium, vitii
    • n       II
    • fault, crime, vice
  41. Graecus
    • Graecus, a, um
    • adj
    • Greek
  42. perpetuus
    • perpetuus, a, um
    • adj
    • perpetual, lasting, uninterrupted, continuous
  43. plenus
    • plenus, a, um
    • adj
    • full, abundant, generous
  44. salvus
    • salvus, a, um
    • adj
    • safe, sound
  45. secundus
    • secundus, a, um
    • second, favorable
  46. vester
    • vester, vestra, vestrum
    • adj
    • your, yours
  47. -que
    • and
    • enclitic conj, suffixed to second word being joined
  48. ubi
    • where, when
    • adv
  49. ibi
    • there
    • adv
  50. nunc
    • now
    • adv
  51. quare
    • therefore, wherefore, why
    • adv
  52. possum
    • possum, posse, potui
    • vrb        irr
    • to be able, can, could, have power
  53. tolero
    • tolero, tolerare, toleravi, toleratum
    • vrb        I
    • to bear, endure

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