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Flashcards in Purpose Clauses Deck (10):
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How do you recognise one

Introduced by the subordinating conjunction "ut" (in order that)
"Ne" (in order that...not)

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Verbs of purpose clauses

Subjunctive

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Primary sequence same/subsequent time

Present subjunctive

4

Primary sequence prior time

Perfect subjunctive

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Secondary sequence same/subsequent time

Imperfect subjunctive

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Secondary sequence prior time

Pluperfect subjunctive

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How is purpose expressed

ENGLISH: infinitive "I fight to overcome"
LATIN: a subordinate clause "I fight in order that I may overcome"

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Tenses of the subjunctive verbs

Are entirely relevant to the tense of the main verb
Their action must be subsequent to that of the main verb

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Which subjunctive verbs can be used in a purpose clause construction

Only present and imperfect subjunctive used as they must refer to an action that occurs subsequent to that of the main verb

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Indirect commands

I beg that you overcome the sailor
Verbs of ordering, warning, begging, urging, asking
The indirect command is a substantive clause