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LESSON LXIV THE PERFECT AND PLUPERFECT SUBJUNCTIVE SUBSTANTIVE CLAUSES OF PURPOSE. . The perfect and the pluperfect subjunctive active are inflected as follows : CONJ. I CONJ. II CONJ. Ill CONJ. IV Perfect Subjunctive Active singular I. . 3. amaVerim ama'veris amaVerit monu'erim monu'eris monu'erit re'xerim re'xeris re'xerit PLURAL ce'perim. ce'peris ce'perit audi'verim audi'veris audl'verit I. 2. 3. amave'rimus amave'ritis ama'verint monue'rimus monue'ritis monu'erint rexe'rimus rexe'ritis re'xerint cepe'rimus cepe'ritis ce'perint audlve'rimus audive'ritis audi'verint Pluperfect Subjunctive Active SINGULAR I. . - amavis'sem amavis'ses amavis'set monuis'sem monuis'ses monuis'set rexis'sem rexis'ses rexis'set PLURAL cepis'sem cepis'ses cepis'set audivis'sem audivis'ses audlvis'set I. . 3. amavisse'mus amavisse'tis amavis'sent monuisse'mus monuisse'tis monuis'sent rexisse'mus rexisse'tis rexis'sent cepisse'mus cepisse'tis cepis'sent audivisse'mus audi visse 'tis audlvis'sent a. Observe that these two tenses, like the corresponding ones in the indicative, are formed from the perfect stem. b. Observe that the perfect subjunctive active is like the future perfect indicative active, excepting that the first person singular ends in -m and not in -0. c. Observe that the pluperfect subjunctive active may be formed by adding -issem, -isses, etc. to the perfect stem. ^. In a similar way inflect the perfect and pluperfect subjunctive active of euro, iubeo, sumo, iacio, munio.