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L1 P1 U2 Lesson 9,10

Imperfect "possum," vocab

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Italia, Italiae (1st dec. fem. noun) Italy, the peninsula of Italy
salvus, salva, salvum (adj.) safe, sound
secundus, secunda, secundum (adj.) second, favorable
vester, vestra, vestrum (adj.) your, yours
vitium, vitii (2nd dec. neut. noun) fault, crime, vice
gaudeo, gaudere, gavisus sum (irregular 2nd conj.) enjoy, to be glad, rejoice
clepta, cleptae (1st dec. mas. noun) thief
custodiae, custodiarum (1st dec. fem. noun in plural) guards, police, sentinels
discipula, discipulae (1st dec. fem. noun) (female) learner, pupil
discipulus, discipuli (2nd dec. mas. noun) (male) learner, pupil
patronus, patroni (2nd dec. mas. noun) patron, legal protector
retineo, retinere, retinui, retentum (2nd conj.) stop, keep, detain, restrain
vere (adverb) truly, really, actually
1st person singular imperfect active indicative of "to be able" poteram
2nd person singular imperfect active indicative of "to be able" poteras
3rd person singular imperfect active indicative of "to be able" poterat
1st person plural imperfect active indicative of "to be able" poteramus
2nd person plural imperfect active indicative of "to be able" poteratis
3rd person plural imperfect active indicative of "to be able" poterant
poteram I was able
poteras you (s) were able
poterat he/she/it was able
poteramus we were able
poteratis you (pl) were able
poterant they were able
Created by: mhuffman