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The Mother was Standing Stabat Mater
Imperfect Tense Endings: bam, bas, bat, bamus, batis, bant
Endings: bam I was verb-ing
Endings: bas you were verb-ing
Endings: bat h/s/i was verb-ing
Endings: bamus we were verb-ing
Endings: batis you all were verb-ing
Endings: bant they were verb-ing
Imperfect tense sign: ba
Imperfect in Latin means ___ ___. not finished
The imperfect tense is used to describe an ___, ___, ___, or ___ ___ action. ongoing, repeated, habitual, interrupted past
Vocab: aro I plow
Vocab: clamo I shout
Vocab: erro I err, wander
Vocab: juvo I help
Vocab: laudo I praise
Vocab: narro I tell
Vocab: opto I desire, wish
Vocab: pugno I fight
Vocab: specto I look at
Vocab: tempto I tempt
Sentence Pattern #1: subject + verb
Helping verbs used in the imperfect tense: was and were
How many words are necessary to make a Latin sentence? Why? One; a pronoun subject is included in the verb ending.
Created by: rachelebrady