Download PDF by Richard E. Prior: 501 Latin Verbs

By Richard E. Prior

ISBN-10: 0764137425

ISBN-13: 9780764137426

The main conventional 510 Latin verbs are prepared alphabetically in a desk structure, one verb consistent with web page with English translation. each one verb is totally conjugated and provided in all varieties. The book's extra positive factors comprise instance sentences to illustrate verb utilization and a grammar evaluate.

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Addideram addideras addiderat addider5 addideris addiderit addideramus addideratis addiderant addiderimus addideritis addiderint additus eram (-a, -um) eras erat additus er5 (-a, -um) eris erit add in eramus (-ae, -a) eratis erant erimus additi (-ae, -a) eritis erunt Pres. addam addas addat addamus addatis addant addar addaris (-re) addatur addamur addamini addantur lmpf adderem adderes adderet adderemus adderetis adderent adderer addereris (-re) adderetur adderemur adderemini adderentur Peif. addiderim addideris addiderit addiderimus addideritis addiderint additus sim (-a, -um) sis sit addin simus (-ae, -a) sitis sint Plup.

Adeptus er5 adepti erimus Perf (-a, -um) eris (-ae, -a) eritis erit erunt SUBJUNCTIVE Pres. adipiscar adipiscamur adipiscaris (-re) adipiscamini adipiscatur adipiscantur lmpf adipiscerer adipisceremur adipiscereris (-re) adipisceremini adipisceretur adipiscerentur Perf adeptus sum adepti simus (-a, -um) sis (-ae, -a) sitis sit sint Plup. adeptus essem adepti essemus (-a, -um) esses (-ae, -a) essetis es set essent IMPERATIVE Pres. adipiscere adipiscimini INFINITIVE Pres. adipisci Perf adeptus (-a, -um) esse Fut.

Se agere to go animam agere to die age! c'mon! This is one of the busiest verbs in the entire language, which is fitting since its central meaning is to be busy at something. Translating it simply as do doesn't even begin to cover the broad range of its uses. How best to translate it depends on the context in which it appears since English often has special verbs for various situations. f. thanks, and the command age! is like the English c'mon! This verb is also busy in that it appears in very many compounds as you see below.

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