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L1 P1 U2 Lesson 7

Present "possum," vocab

QuestionAnswer
frustum, frusti (2nd dec. neut. noun) piece, bit
locus, loci (2nd dec. mas. noun) place, spot, locality
mortuus, mortua, mortuum (adj.) dead
odorus, odora, odorum (adj.) smelly, fragrant
tyrannus, tyranni (2nd dec. mas. noun) ruler, dictator, tyrant
plenus, plena, plenum (adj.) full
vacca, vaccae (1st dec. fem. noun) cow
possum, posse, potui (irregular verb) to be able, can, could, have power
tolero, tolerare, toleravi, toleratum (1st conj.) bear, endure, tolerate, stand
ante (adverb or preposition, takes acc.) before, previously, in front of
possum I am able
potes you (s) are able
postest he/she/it is able
possumus we are able
potestis you (pl) are able
possunt they are able
1st person singular present active indicative of "to be able" possum
2nd person singular present active indicative of "to be able" potes
3rd person singular present active indicative of "to be able" potest
1st person plural present active indicative of "to be able" possumus
2nd person plural present active indicative of "to be able" potestis
3rd person plural present active indicative of "to be able" possunt
Created by: mhuffman