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. The Perfect Active Infinitive. The perfect active infinitive is formed by adding -isse to the perfect stem. CONJ. Perfect Stem Perfect Infinitive I. amiv- amavis'se, /o have loved II. monu- monuis'se, to have advised III. (a) rex- rexis'se, to have ruled (d) cep- cepis'se, to have taken IV. audiv- audlvis'se, to have heard sum fu- fuis'se, to have been I. In like manner give the perfect infinitive active of d6, port5, deled, moved, habed, dic6, disced5, facio, veniS, miinid. . EXERCISES I. I. Habuisti, moverunt, miserant. 2. Vidit, dixeris, duxisse. 3. Misistis, paruerunt, discesseramus. 4. Munivit, dederam, misero. 5. Habuerimus, delevi, paruit, fuisse. 6. Dederas, muniveritis, v6nera- tis, misisse. 7. Veneras, fecisse, dederatis, portaveris. . Quem verba oracull moverant? Populum verba oraculi move- rant. 9. Cui Cepheus verba oraculi narraverit ? Perseo Cepheus verba oraculi narraverit. 10. Amici ab Andromeda discesserint. 1 1. Monstrum saevum domicilia multa deleverat. 12. Ubi monstrum vidistis ? Id in aqua vidimus. 13. Quid mOnstrum faciet ? Monstrum Andromedam interficiet. II. I. They have obeyed, we have destroyed, I shall have had. 2. We shall have sent, I had come, they have fortified. 3. I had de- parted, he has obeyed, you have sent {sing, and plur.). 4. To have destroyed, to have seen, he will have given, they have carried. 5. He had destroyed, he has moved, you have had {sing, and plur.). 6. I have given, you had moved {sing, and plur.), we had said. 7. You will have made {sing, and plur.) , they will have led, to have given. . Who had seen the monster ? Andromeda had seen it 9. Why had the men departed from * the towns ? They had departed because the monster had come, i o. Did Cepheus obey * the oracle • "i He did.

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