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Blue Book

U1 L5

Saying: I am a Roman citizen. Civis Romanus sum.
Name the first two principal parts of sum. sum esse
Sum Present Tense: sum, es, est; sumus, estis, sunt
Sum Imperfect Tense: eram, eras, erat; eramus, eratis, erant
Sum Future Tense: ero, eris, erti; erimus, eritis, erunt
Sum Present Tense Meanings: I am, you are, h/s/i is; we are, you all are, they are
Sum Imperfect Tense Meanings: I was, you were, h/s/i was; we were you all were, they were
Sum Future Tense Meanings: I will be, you will be, h/s/i will be; we will be, you all will be, they will be
The to be verb is…. sum
Sum is always…. irregular
Sum show ___, not ___. existence not action
Forms of sum aren't ___ verbs, but are ___ verbs. aren't helping verbs, are linking verbs
Where are forms of sum placed in a Latin sentence? They can be placed anywhere in the sentence.
English forms of to be: am, is, are, was, were, be, being, been
Which is correct: A. Amo or B. Sum amo A. Amo
Which is correct: A Eram amabam B. Amabam B. Amabam
Created by: rachelebrady