The Romans Go Home: forms of irregular verb 'eo'

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What is the second-person singular form of 'eo'?
is
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What is the third-person plural form of 'eo'?
eunt
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What is the second-person plural form of 'eo'?
itis
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What does the word 'exeo' mean?
I go out
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What does the word 'abeo' mean?
I go away
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What does the word 'adeo' mean?
I go to (towards)
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What does the word 'redeo' mean?
I go back, I return
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What is the imperative singular form of 'eo'?
i!
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What is the imperative plural form of 'eo'?
ite!
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What is the first-person plural form of 'eo'?
imus
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