Flashcards in Grammar Chp. 4 Deck (12):
2nd verb conjugation
E verbs, stems ending in e; tace, vide, habe.
Consonant verbs, with stems ending in a consonant: pon, sum, disced.
4th verb conjugation
I-verb, with stems ending in -I: veni, Audi, dormi
Form of verb that gives orders. Consists of the shortest form of the verb, so: veni! Voca! Tace!
When the verb end in a consonant (Ponit, sumit, Discedit) then the it becomes an -e. These verbs are transitive
Tuus, meus, suus,
Possessive adjectives for his or his own. Also the difference between (his) and (his own)
Eius and suus. Eius is used when the object does not belong to the subject, suus is used when the object belongs to the subject.
When one person uses another's name as a form of address. The case of calling.
Will be the same as nominative, except when it is a masculine noun ending in -us. Then it does to -e
Nominative of him (eum)
Is, which means his
Makes a statement or asks a question
Case of the direct object: Marcus davum pulsat.
1st verb conjugation
A-verbs, stems ending in a: voca, canta, pulsa.