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270 APPENDIX III


Adverbs Conjunctions Personal Pronoun hodie mox etiam ego ibi nunc non solum . . . sed etiam maxime nuper Verbs CON J. I tONJ. II CONJ. Ill CONJ. IV volo, -are deleo, -ere ago, -ere audio, -ire doceo, -ere capio, -ere munio, -ire faveo, -ere credo, -ere reperio, -ire habeo, -ere dico, -ere venio, -ire iubeo, -ere duco, -ere IRREGULAR VERB sum, esse moneo, -ere moveo, -ere noceo, -ere facio, -ere fugi5, -ere iacio, -ere pareo, -ere mitto, -ere persuadeo, -ere rapid, -ere sedeo, -ere rego, -ere studeo, -ere resisto, -ere video, -ere . Give the Latin of the following words. In the case of verbs always give the first form and the present infinitive. ancient not only . . . nearest move training come but also sacred rite soon take resist seven queen glad have see ally, companion flee punishment to-day be pride obey believe unfriendly fly fortify lately advise drive / send constant especially, favor (verb) proud ^ sit ornament most of all suitable word also power angry pleasing sadness school make, do beauty teach find hear injure say neighboring rule (verb) hurl now command (verb) destroy be eager persuade annoying there friendly for only lead slain seize . Review Questions. What is conjugation.? Name two important differences between conjugation in Latin and in English. What is tense?