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L1 P1 U2 Lesson 6

Imperfect "sum," vocab

QuestionAnswer
deus, dei (2nd dec. mas. noun) god
futurum, futuri (2nd dec. neut. noun) the future
gelidus, gelida, gelidum (adj.) icy, cold, frosty
insidiae, insidiarum (1st dec. fem. noun in plural) ambush, plot, treachery
lac (3rd dec. neut. noun to be learned later) milk
perpetuus, perpetua, perpetuum (adj.) perpetual, lasting, continuous
via, viae (1st dec. fem. noun) road, street, way
quare (adverb) because of which thing, therefore, why
-que (enclitic [it “leans on” other words] conjunction) and
trans (preposition, takes acc.) across
eram I was
eras you (s) were
erat he/she/it was
eramus we were
eratis you (pl) were
erant they were
1st person singular imperfect indicative active of "to be" eram
2nd person singular imperfect indicative active of "to be" eras
3rd person singular imperfect indicative active of "to be" erat
1st person plural imperfect indicative active of "to be" eramus
2nd person plural imperfect indicative active of "to be" eratis
3rd person plural imperfect indicative active of "to be" erant
Created by: mhuffman