Chapter 32. Supine Ut + Indicative More Relatives More Subjunctive uses Impersonal constructions. Supine. Another VERBAL NOUN (in addition to Gerund) But … only 2 CASES! Built off of 4 th Principal Part, adding 4 th Declension Endings. Supine. Only 2 uses!
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Ut + Indicative
More Subjunctive uses
Another VERBAL NOUN (in addition to Gerund)
But … only 2 CASES!
Built off of 4th Principal Part, adding 4th Declension Endings
They can take their own objects, too!
Three more common supines:
These cannot take direct objects!
Always follow sequence of tenses!
Sequence of Tenses!!!!
Note how the TENSE of the SUBJUNCTIVE follows SEQUENCE OF TENSES
Established by the MAIN VERB (Here, dīcit and Iūrāvit)!
Notice the rather strange use
of the perfect tense to refer to
immediate future time, just
as the present does