Cambridge Latin Course Book 3 revision

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Cambridge Latin Course: Book 3
Declensio Declensio Declensio Declension Declensio Declensio Declensio Declensio
n (f) n (m) n (n) n (f) n (m) n (f) n
Nominativ puella servus templum mercator urbs nomen manus dies
Accusative puellam servum templum mercatorem urbem nomen manum diem
Genitive puellae servi temple mercatoris urbis nominis manus diei
Dative puellae servo templo mercatoris urbi nomini manui diei
Ablative puella servo templo mercatore urbe nomine manu die
Nominativ puellae servi temple mercatores urbes nomina manus dies
Accusative puellas servos temple mercatores urbes nomina manus dies
Genitive puellarum servorum temploru mercatorum urbium nominum manuum dierum
Dative puellis servis templis mercatoribu urbibus nominibus manibus diebus
Ablative puellis servis templis mercatoribu urbibus nominibus manibus diebus
Verbs Present
I carry porto
You carry portas
S/He/it carries portat
We carry portamus
You (pl) carry portatis
They carry portant
Verbs Imperfect
I was carrying portabam
You were portabas
S/He/it was portabat
We were portabamu
carrying s
You (pl) were portabatis
They were portabant
Verbs Perfect
I carried portavi
You carried portavisti
S/He/it carried portavit

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We carried portavimus
You (pl) carried portavistis
They carried portaverunt
Verbs Pluperfect
I had carried portaverum
You had carried portaveras
S/He/it had portaverat
We had carried portaveram
You (pl) had portaverati
carried s
They had portveraru
carried nt
Perfect Passive Participle
dominus a liberto excitatus irratissuimus erat.
The master having been woken by the freedmen, was very angry.
The participle is formed from a verb, but describes a noun so excitatus describes dominus.…read more

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You (pl) had carried portavissetis
portaverant They had carried portavissent
cum and the imperfect subjunctive
When cum is used, the verb need to be subjunctive form. The imperfect subjunctive is translated in
the same way as the normal imperfect tense.
cum custodies dormirent fures e carcere effugerunt.
When the guards were sleeping the thieves fled from the prison.…read more

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Ablative Case
The ablative case can be used to mean by with or from.
iuvenis gladio armatus, ad castra contendit
The young man armed with a sword hurried to the camp.…read more


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