A New Latin Grammar

A New Latin Grammar

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1859 edition. Excerpt: ...Mood. 1.--Present Tense. 'I bear, or suffer.' Sing. Plur. Fgr-o. Fgr-imus. Fers. Fer-tis. Pert. Fgr-unt. 2.--Imperfect Tense, 'I was bearing, or did bear.' Infinitive Mood. Present and Imperfect Tense. Fer-re, to bear. Perfect and Pluperfect Tense. Tul-isse, to have borne. Future Tense.--La-turum esse, to be about to bear. Gerunds. Fer-endi, of bearing. Fer-endo, in or by bearing. Fer-endum, to bear. Supines. Active.--La-tum, to bear. Passive.--La-tu, to be borne. Participles. Present.--Fer-ens, bearing. Future.--La-turus, about to bear. 5.--First Future Tense, 'I shall or will be borne.' Sing. Fer-ar. Fer-eris, v. ere. Fer-etur. Plur. Fer-emur. Fer-emini. F2r-entur. 6.--Second Future, or Future Perfect Tense, 'I shall or will have been borne.' Sing. La-tus ero, v.fuero. La-tus eris, v.fueris. La-tus erit, v.fuerit. Plur. La-ti erimus, Y.fuerimus. La-ti eritis, v. fueritis. La-ti erunt, v.fuerint. Imperative Mood. Singular. 2. Fer-re, fer-tor, be thou borne. 3. Fer-tor, let him be borne. Plural. 2. Fer-imini, fer-iminor, be ye or you borne. 3. Fer-untor, let them be borne. Subjunctive, Or Potential Mood. 1.--Present Tense, 'I may or can be borne. ' Sing. Fer-ar. Fer-dris, v. are. Fer-atur. Plur. Fer-dmur. Fer-dmini. Fer-antur. 2.--Imperfect Tense, 'I might or could be borne. ' Sing. Fer-rer. Fer-reris, v. ere. Fer-retur. Plur. Fer-remur. Fer-remini. Fer-rentur. 3.--Perfect Tense, 'I may have been borne' Sing. La-tus sim, v.fuerim. La-tus sis, x.fueris. La-tus sit, y.fuerit. Plur. La-ti simus, v.fuerimus. La-ti sitis, v.fueritis. La-ti sint, v.fuerint. 4.--Pluperfect Tense, 'I might have been borne.' Sing. La-tus essem, v.fuissem. La-tus esses, v.fuisses. La-tus esset, Y.fuisset. Plur. La-ti essemus, v.fuissemus La-ti essetis, y.fuissetis. La-ti...
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  • 9781236592484