Grammatica Lectio VI


Grammatica - Lectio VI 1. The personal endings for the present, future, and imperfect of both sum and possum are the same as those already learned for regular verbs? a. True b. False 2. The stem of sum in the future and imperfect tenses is ___________. 3. The latin verb meaning to be able or can is a compound of the stem __________________, meaning able, capable, and the irregular verb ________________. 4. In conjugating the verb possum, pot-becomes pos- before forms of sum, esse, beginning with the letter _________. 5. A complementary infinitive is called this because it __________ the meaning of another verb. 6. Which cannot take a complementary infinitive? a. cēnō b. possum c. dēbeō d. none of these 7. A complementary infinitive has a subject separate from that of the verb whose meaning it completes. a. True b. False

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