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DLS Latin Ch 9

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4 parts of the word vocō vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātum
4 parts of the word sum sum, esse, fuī, futūrus.
Personal Endings, Perfect Active 1st person Singular -ī, Plural -imus
Personal Endings, Perfect Active 2nd Person Singular -istī, Plural -istis
Personal Endings, Perfect Active 3rd Person Singular -it, Plural -ērunt (or ēre)
Perfect Active, First Conjugation Vocāvī I have called, I called, I did call
Perfect Active, First Conjugation Vocāvistī You have called, you called, you did call.
Perfect Active, First Conjugation Vocāvit He (she, it) has called, called, did call
Perfect Active, First Conjugation Vocāvimus we have called, we called, we did call
Perfect Active, First Conjugation Vocāvistis you have called, you called, you did call
Perfect Active, First Conjugation Vocāvērunt (-ēre) They have called, they called, they did call
Perfect Active of SUM fuī I have been, I was
Perfect Active of SUM fuistī you have been, you were
Perfect Active of SUM fuit he (she, it) has been, he was
Perfect Active of SUM fuimus we have been, we were
Perfect Active of SUM fuistis you have been, you were
Perfect Active of SUM fuērunt (-ēre) they have been, they were
insula -ae, f. island
lingua ae. f. tongue, language
umbra -ae, f. shadow, shade, ghost
parvus -a, -um, little, small
crās (adv) tomorrow
herī (adv) yesterday
hodiē (adv) today
ibi (adv) there, in that place
modo (adv) only, just: just now
dō, dare, dedī, datum give
stō, stāre, stetī, stātum stand, stand still
dō and stō do not have the same kind of perfect stem as the other first conjugation verbs. Dō has ded- (instead of dāv-) and stō has stet- (instead of stāv).
Dō is also irregular in that the -a of its stem is short except in the present active second person singular: dās, but damus, datis, dabam, dabō, etc.
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