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Perfect The Perfect

QuestionAnswer
What does tense mean? Tense means time
What kind of words have tenses? Verbs have tenses
What does 'perfect' mean? Perfect means completed.
In which three ways can we translate the perfect? Done / Have done / Did do. so puer festinavit can be translated as the boy hurried/ has hurried / did hurry
To when in time does the perfect tense refer? Past.
elephantos audimus elephantos audivimus
incolae clamant incolae clamaverunt
dormisti you slept (2nd person sing) - dormio
video vidi (1st person sing) - I slept
habuit he/she/it had (3rd person sing) - habeo
domini servos terruerunt the masters frighten the slaves (3rd person pl) - terreo
capistis you seized - (2nd person pl) - capio
Claudius et Julia equos spectant. Claudius et Julia equos spectaverunt.
Created by: JObayomi