Anne345 wrote:4. [s]sum aegrotus :[/s] aeger fui / aegrotavi (aegreo don't have supin)
4. a. how do you know if a verb has a supine form or not? b. why did you mention that ‘aegreo’ doesn’t have a supine here? Even if it did it wouldn’t be used here, right? There’s no verb of motion here for a supine verb to go with… c. shouldn’t ‘fui’ be ‘fuit’ ?
5. aedificavErunt , [s]fui aegrotus [/s]: aeger erat / aegrotabat (aegreo don't have perfect)
5. a. so when expressing ‘to be sick’ in Latin, I can choose either ‘aegreo’ or ‘aegroto’ as long as the verb I choose has the corresponding tense that I want to use it with. <-- is that correct? I don’t see conjugations for ‘aegreo’ in online conjugator here though… http://verbix.com/webverbix/go.asp?T1=a ... 1=9&H1=109
what do I type in to find the conjugations of ‘aegreo’? b. ‘aegreo’ may not have a perfect tense but ‘aegroto’ does. Why didn’t you use the perfect tense for ‘aegroto’ instead of the imperfect tense? You could have simply used the imperfect tense of ‘aegreo’ with using a different verb at all, just switch the tenses, right?
11. [s]recubitus eram [/s]: recubaveram
11. when I was looking for the different conjugations ‘recubo’ two different sites I used produced different results for the first time. One of these sites is incorrect. Can you please verify which one.
A. here ‘recubaveram’ isn’t recognized a conjugation of ‘recubo’ http://www.archives.nd.edu/cgi-bin/word ... ecubaveram
but here it ishttp://verbix.com/webverbix/go.asp?T1=r ... 1=9&H1=109
B. here ‘recubatus’ is the perfect passive part. of ‘recubo’ http://verbix.com/webverbix/go.asp?T1=r ... 1=9&H1=109
but here ‘recubitus’ is the perfect passive part. of ‘recubo’ and ‘recubatus’ doesn’t exist: http://www.archives.nd.edu/cgi-bin/words.exe?recubatus
12. [s]esseris[/s] : ederas
12. why is the pluperfect used here vice the future perfect tense?
13. [s]voles[/s] ire : vis (irregular verb)
13. a. shouldn’t ‘vis’ be ‘vult’ ? b. what would I use for ‘me’ here? ( ‘vult mihi ire…’) ?