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Latin 3 Bellwork. Give the subject pronoun (e.g. I, you, he/she/it, we, you all, they) for each verb below. Mittentur Audimur Amabamini Tenetur Capior Portaris. Critical Thinking: What do all these verb forms have in common?. Review: Active vs. Passive voice. When is a verb active?

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latin 3 bellwork
Latin 3 Bellwork
  • Give the subject pronoun (e.g. I, you, he/she/it, we, you all, they) for each verb below.
  • Mittentur
  • Audimur
  • Amabamini
  • Tenetur
  • Capior
  • Portaris

Critical Thinking:

What do all these verb forms have in common?

review active vs passive voice
Review: Active vs. Passive voice
  • When is a verb active?
  • …When the subject DOES the action of the verb
  • When is a verb passive?
  • …When the subject is acted upon by someone/something else
deponents
DEPONENTS
  • Deponere = to put aside
  • Deponents lost their active forms
  • However, the passive forms are translated with active meanings
  • Conatur…he tries (not he is tried)
  • Pollicetur…she promises (not she is promised)
  • Loquitur…he speaks (not he is spoken)
  • Experitur…she tests (not she is tested)
principal parts
Principal Parts
  • How many principal parts do most verbs have?
  • Deponents only have three!
  • 1st PP = 1st person present (sequor: I follow)
  • 2nd PP = infinitive (sequi: to follow)
  • 3rd PP = 1st person perfect (secutus sum: I have followed) and the first word of it = the perfect passive participle (secutus = having followed)