Latin 1A

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1st conjugation present active

amo
amas
amat
amamus
amatis
amant

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2nd conjugation present active

habeo
habes
habet
habemus
habetis
habent

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3rd conjugation present active

dico
dicis
dicit
dicimus
dicitis
dicunt

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4th conjugation present active

audio
audis
audit
audimus
auditis
audiunt

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3/4th conjugation present active

capio
capis
capit
capimus
capitis
capiunt

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accusative vs ablative

accusative shows motion, ablative is state

in scaenam (acc.)
onto the stage

in scaena (abl.)
on the stage

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Personal Pronouns: 'I' and 'you'

nom. ego
acc. me
gen. mei
dat. mihi (sometimes contracted to 'mi')
abl. me

nom. tu
acc. te
gen. tui
dat. tibi
abl. te

note: for both, acc. and abl. are the same

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domus: house or home?

When used with prepositions, 'domus' refers to a house. However, when it means 'home', it is used without a preposition in the following ways:

domum (to) home
domi at home
domo from home

'domus' is one of three common nouns that takes the locative case

*compare to 'aedis' which is used with prepositions and can only be used in the plural to refer to a single house

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