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Fio, fieri, factus sum is used as the passive

Of facio

Its is active in appearance but passive in meaning (opposite to a deponent)

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Hic as an adverb

Means here

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Illic as an adverb

There

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Parco, parcere, peperci, parsus
Pareo, parere, parui, paritus
Paro, parare, paravi, paratus
Pario, parere, peperi, partus

Meanings

Be sparing, spare
Be obedient, obey
Prepare, make ready, provide, get
Bear, give birth to, produce

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Praefero and praeficio govern

An object in the accusative
And a dative with compounds

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The leader put the legate in command of the troops

Dux legatum copiis praefecit

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Ubi

When, where

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Hic

There

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Illic

There

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Ibi

There

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Quo

(To) where

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Huc

(To) here

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Illuc

(To) there

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Eo

(To) there

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Unde

From where

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Hinc

From here

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Illinc

From there

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Inde

From there

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Suffixes -osus -lentus added to the stem of a noun mean

"Full off"

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Suffixes -fer and -ger added to the stem of a noun mean

"Bearing"

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Suffixes -ia/ies, -tia/ties, -tas, -tus, -tudo added to the stems of adjectives

Produce feminine abstract nouns

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Suffixes -ium and -tium added to the stems of adjectives

Neuter abstract nouns

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Constituit can be

Present of perfect

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what cases do dignus and indignus govern

ablative case

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diminutive of os (osculum) means

"little mouth" and "kiss"

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victus can be

the fourth principal part of
vivo, vivere, vixi, victus
vinco, vincere, vici, victus

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fortis means

genitive of fors, fortis F
adjective fortis -e

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forte means

ablative of fors, fortis F
Neuter adjective forte

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Nusquam
Usquam
Numquam

nowhere
anywhere
never

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ne..quidem construction

surround the word or words they emphasise

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cum nulla ne sorore quidem collocuta est

She spoke with no woman, not even her sister.

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Ablative of causa

Used as a preposition governing the genitive case, placed after the genitive

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Defendimus

Defendo has the same perfect and present active stem

We defend
We have defended

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Deterreo

Frighten from = deter, prevent, hinder, keep from

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Pervenio

Arrive at (ad is still used with it)

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Retego

Uncover, reveal

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Una cum

Together with

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Una

Together, at the same time

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Vertit

Same stem in perfect and present active stem
He turns
He has turned

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Animadverto

"Turn the mind to" = notice

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Veto principal parts

Veto, vetare, vetui, vetitus
(Not usual pattern)

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Inchoative verbs

Ending -sco -scere to the present stem of a verb or the stem of a noun or adjective

Indicates the beginning of an action

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Quod means "the fact that"

Introduces a substantive clause
Verb in indicative
The subject or object of another verb, or in apposition to the subject of that other verb

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Quod ille coniugem tantum amat me movet

The fact that that man loves (his) wife so much moves me

(Quod is subject of main verb)

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Alterum est periculum, quod iste plus imperii vult

The other danger is the fact that that man (of yours) wants more power

(Quod in apposition to subject of main verb)

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Neglexerunt quod ego civitati multos annos prosum

They have neglected the fact that I have been useful to the state for many years

(Quod is object of main verb)

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Memini's defectiveness

Only found in the perfect tenses,
perfect tense is translated as present, pluperfect as past, future perfect as future

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What does memini often govern

Genitive

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Do you remember your native land?

Patriae meministi?

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Numerus, numeri, M means

Both "number" and "a group"

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Iste in numero nostro non est

That (awful) man is not in our group

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Obliviscor governs

Often governs genitive

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In the midst of the war he forgot his fear

In medio bello metus oblitus est

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Quod means

But
Because
If
Which (neuter relative pronoun)
Which?
What? (Interrogative adjective)
The fact that