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Marcus Pawlikowski

verbs

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Verbs ending with 0 in latin mean: I
Verbs ending in S in latin mean: you singular
Verbs ending in T mean: he/she/it
Verbs ending in mus in latin mean: We
Verbs ending in Tis mean: you plural
verbs ending in nt in latin mean: they
Verbs ending im T are (plural, singular) Singular
Verbs ending in tis are (plural, singular): Plural
Verbs ending in s are (plural, singular): singular
Verbs ending in mus are (plural, singular): Plural
Verbs ending in o are(plural, singular) Singular
Verbs ending in nt are (plural, singular) Plural
what are all the latin verb endings: o-s-t-mus-tis-nt
Audio means: I listen/hear
Ambulat means: he/she/it walks
sedunt they sit
Audis means: you listen/hear
Ambulant means: they walk
sedet means: He/she/it sits
Created by: marcuslatin3