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present indicative conjugation of discO
present subjunctive conjugation of bibO
let us drink (we may drink/we should drink)
they are learning
Let them learn., (they may learn/ they should learn)
you may cease (you should cease)
The women learn.
The women may learn
let us learn the Latin language.
Linguam LatInam discAmus
The soldiers are eating so that they may live.
Edunt mIlitEs ut vIvant.
Let the soldier eat and drink.
Edat bibatque mIles.
Let us drink so that we may live.
BibAmus ut vIvAmus.
Caesar is conquering
Caesar may conquer.
Let there be light! (Let light come into existence!)
Greetings, (male and female) students!
SalvEte, discipulI discipulaeque!
Generally, three types of present-tense subjunctive translations...
two voices of Latin verbs
active (I pay)
passive (I am paid)
three moods of Latin verbs
indicative, imperative, subjunctive