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FF One 020 Leson VII

First Form One 020 - Lesson VII - Principal Parts, First Conjugation

What are the principal parts of a verb? The principal parts are the four forms of each verb that provide the stems needed to conjugate that verb in all of its tenses.
How do you write the principal parts of regular 1st conjugation verbs? To write the principal parts of regular 1st conjugation verbs, drop the o from the first principal part and add the regular endings -are, -avi, -atus.
What is the function of the 3rd principal part? The 3rd principal part is the 1st person singular of the perfect tense.
Give three forms of the dictionary entry for "amo". amo amare amavi amatus. amo -are. amo(1)
What does a number in a parentheses after a dictionary entry for a verb indicate? A number in parentheses after a dictionary entry for a verb indicates its conjugation and that it has regular principal parts.
What are irregular principal parts? Irregular principal parts don't follow the usual pattern.
How can an infinitive be a "verbal noun"? The infinitive is a verbal noun that can be used as the subject of a verb, as in "errare est humanum".
How can an infinitive be a direct object? What is it called in this situation? When an infinitive completes the action of a main verb it is a direct object with a special name, the complementary infinitive.
Does a complementary infinitive precede or follow the verb? Give an example. A complementary infinitive may precede or follow its verb, for example Amo ambulare or Ambulare amo.
What is a complement to a verb? (Hint: it's not a form of flattery) A complement is a word that completes the meaning of the subject and verb.
What parts of speech can be used as complements? A complement can be a direct object, an indirect object, a predicate nominative, or a predicate adjective.
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