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TEACHERS' MANUAL

§ 160.2. Require the pupils to learn the meanings of these four verbs.

§ 161. The imperative mood is introduced at this point rather than later because of its being formed on the present stem, thus completing the formation of the active tenses on this stem in the indicative, infinitive, and imperative.

THIRD REVIEW

Conduct the vocabulary review like the first one (see p. 13). The number of words is less than usual to permit of more concentration on the review of the verb forms.

For reviewing the verb, place upon the board the following blank scheme and use a variety of verbs for drill on the different conjugations:

Verb Present Infinitive Present Stem
sing. plur.
Indicative
Mood
\scriptstyle{

\left\{

\begin{matrix}
\ \\ \\\ \\\ \\\ \\\ \\\ \\\ \\\ \ 
\end{matrix}

\right. } Present \scriptstyle{

\left\{

\begin{matrix}
\ \\ \\\ \ 
\end{matrix}

\right. } 1. —— 1. ——
2. —— 2. ——
3. —— 3. ——
Imperfect
Tense Sign -bā-
\scriptstyle{

\left\{

\begin{matrix}
\ \\ \\\ \ 
\end{matrix}

\right. } 1. —— 1. ——
2. —— 2. ——
3. —— 3. ——
Future \scriptstyle{

\left\{

\begin{matrix}
\ \\ \\\ \ 
\end{matrix}

\right. } 1. —— 1. ——
Tense signs \scriptstyle{

\left\{

\begin{matrix}
\ \\ \ 
\end{matrix}

\right. } I, II, -bi- 2. —— 2. ——
III, IV, -ǎ-, -ě- 3. —— 3. ——
Imperative
Mood
\scriptstyle{

\left\{

\begin{matrix}
\ \\ \ 
\end{matrix}

\right. } Present \scriptstyle{

\left\{

\begin{matrix}
\ \\ \ 
\end{matrix}

\right. } 2. —— 2. ——


§ 511. Make the review questions the basis of a written lesson.

LESSON XXVII

Be sure that the active forms are thoroughly learned before taking up the passive.

§ 164. Require the pupils to write side by side the active and the passive personal endings for the purpose of comparison.