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L1 P1 U2 Lesson 2

Imperfect tense, vocab

QuestionAnswer
caupona, cauponae (1st dec. fem. noun) inn, hotel, tavern
mirus, mira, mirum (adj.) strange, wonderful, surprising, extraordinary
modus, modi (2nd dec. mas. noun) way, measure, manner, method
sollicito, sollicitare, sollicitavi, sollicitatum (1st conj.) to agitate, disturb, worry
ad (preposition, takes the acc.) to, up to, near to
nos (pronoun) us
sic (adverb) yes, so, thus, in this way
tamen (adverb) nevertheless, still
1st person singular imperfect indicative active bam
2nd person singular imperfect indicative active bas
3rd person singular imperfect indicative active bat
1st person plural imperfect indicative active bamus
2nd person plural imperfect indicative active batis
3rd person plural imperfect indicative active bant
amabam I loved, I was loving
amabas you (s) loved, you were loving
amabat he/she it loved, was loving
amabamus we loved, we were loving
amabatis you (pl)loved, you were loving
amabant they loved, they were loving
Created by: mhuffman