Chpt 12

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Chpt 12
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Latin Wheelock\'s introductory NCSU
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Chpt 12 of Wheelock's introductory latin
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  1. Chpt 12:
  2. perfect active indicative
    • -i; -imus
    • -isti; -istis
    • -it; erunt
  3. pluperfect active indicative
    • -eram; -eramus
    • -eras; -eratis
    • -erat; -erant
  4. future perfect active indicative
    • -ero; -erimus
    • -eris; -eritis
    • -erit; -erint
  5. perfect of esse
    • fui; fuimus
    • fuisti; fuistis
    • fuit; fuerunt
  6. pluperfect of esse
    • fueram; fueramus
    • fueras; fueratis
    • fuerat; fuerant
  7. future perfect of esse
    • fuero; fuerimus
    • fueris; fueritis
    • fuerit; fuerint
  8. perfect of posse
    • potui; potuimus
    • potuisti; potuistis
    • potuit; potuerunt
  9. pluperfect of posse
    • potueram; potueramus
    • potueras; potueratis
    • potuerat; potuerant
  10. future pefect of posse
    • potuero; potuerimus
    • potueris; potueritis
    • potuerit; potuerint
  11. adulescens, adulescentis
    (m, f)- young man, woman
  12. annus, -i
    • (m)- year
    • [annual]
  13. asia, -ae
    (f)- asia
  14. caesar, caesaris
    (m)- caesar
  15. mater, matris
    (f)- mother
  16. medicus, -i
    medica, -ae
    • (m, f)- doctor, physician
    • [medic]
  17. pater, patris
    (m)- father
  18. patentia, -ae
    • (f)- suffering, patience, endurance
    • [patient]
  19. principium, -ii
    • (n)- beginning
    • [principal]
  20. acerbus, -a, -um
    • harsh, bitter, grievous
    • [exacerbate]
  21. pro
    (prep + abl)- in front of, before, on behalf of, for
  22. diu
    (adv)- long, for a long time
  23. nuper
    (adv)- recently
  24. amitto, amittere, amisi, amissum
    to lose, let go
  25. cado, cadere, cecidi
    • to fall
    • [cascade]
  26. creo, creare, creavi, creatum
    to create

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