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SUBJUNCTIVE PRESENT amem amSmns amer amimar ames ametis ameris, -re amemini amet ament ametur IMPERFECT amentur amarem amaremua amarcr am&rSmur amarSs amaretis amareris, -re amaremini amaret amarent amaretur PERFECT amarentur amaverim amaveris amaverimus amaveritis aim ^atua, 1 gjg ^^^J aitia amSverit amaverint PLUPERFECT -"'^[aint amavisscm amavissemus or«oH.- r««««™ atr^ofT fessemua amavissea amavissetis amatua, I ^^^-^ ^^^J essetia amavisset amavisaent -*»-^ 1 easet IMPERATIVE PRESENT -*^'-*[easent ama, love thou amare, be thou loved amate, love ye amamini, be ye loved amatS, thou shall love amatd, he shall love amat5te, you shall love amantd, they sJiall love FUTURE amator, thou shall be loved amator, he shall be loved Pres. rerf. Fut. Pres. Fut. Perf. amantor, they shall be loved INFINITIVE am§re, to lo%>e amari, to be loved loved amaviaae, to have loved amatua, -a, -um eaae, to have been am§tunia, -a, -um eaae, to be [amatum iri], to be about to be about to love loved PARTICIPLES am&na, -antia, loving amaturua, -a, -um, about to loxie Pres. Gerundive^ amandua, -«, -um, to be loved Perf. am&tna, -«, -um, having been loved y loved GERUND Nom. Gen. Dat. Ace. AbL Ace. Abl. amandi, of looting amandS, for loving amandum, loving amand5, by loving

Sometimes called the future passive participle. 

SUPINE (Active Voice) [am^tom], to love [amStfi], to love^ in the loving