PPPs

perfect passive participles

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Perfect passive participle
The perfect passive participle is literally translated as
having been...ed (e.g. having been carried).
The ppp has the ending ­us.
The ppp agrees with the noun which it describes, and
has the same endings as bonus.
singul plural
ar
M F N M F N
Nom bonus Bona bonum Boni Bonae Bona
Acc Bonum Bonam Bonum Bonos Bonas Bona
Gen Boni Bonae boni Bonoru Bonaru Bonoru
m m m
dat bono bonae bono bonis bonis bonis

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terry krigas

Very good introduction to Perfect Passive Participles.

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