Latin 1: Imperatives and Infinitives

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The present active infinitive of a verb (hint: which principal part of the noun)
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the second principal part
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To form the present passive infinitive for verbs of the 1st, 2nd, and 4th conjugations
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Change the final -e of the present active infinitive to -ī
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Form and translate the present passive infinitive of vocō, vocāre, vocāvī, vocātus (form; trans)
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vocārī; to be called
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Form and translate the present passive infinitive of moveō, movēre, mōvī, mōtum (form; trans)
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mōvērī; to be moved
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Form and translate the present passive infinitive of audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītus (form; trans)
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audīrī; to be heard
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To form the present passive infinitive of third and third i-stem conjugation verbs
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drop the final -ere of the present active infinitive and add -ī
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Form and translate the present passive infinitive of regō, regere, rēxī, rēctus (form; trans)
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regī; to be ruled
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Form and translate the present passive infinitive of capiō, capere, cēpī, captum (form; trans)
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capī; to be captured
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To form the present active imperative of all four conjugations (hint: for the singular…;for the plural…)
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for the singular, take the present stem and make no changes; for the plural, take the present stem and add -te
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Form the singular present active imperative of vocāre (form; translation)
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vocā; summon
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Form the plural present active imperative of vocāre (form; translation)
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vocāte; summon (pl.)
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Form the singular present active imperative of regere (form; translation)
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rege; rule
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Form the plural present active imperative of regere (form; translation)
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regite; rule (pl.)
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Form the plural present active imperative of capere (form; translation)
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capite; capture (pl.)
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Dīc (synatx; translation)
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singular present active imperative; say
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Dīcite (syntax; translation)
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plural present active imperative; say (pl.)
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Fac (syntax; translation)
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singular present active imperative; make
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Facite (syntax; translation)
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plural present active imperative; make (pl.)
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Fer (syntax; translation)
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singular present active imperative; carry
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Ferte (syntax; translation)
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plural present active imperative; carry (pl.)
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To form the present passive imperative of all four conjugations (hint: for the singular…for the plural…)
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for the singular, take the present stem and add -re; for the plural, take the present stem and add -minī
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present passive imperative singular of vocāre (form; translation)
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vocāre; be summoned
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present passive imperative plural of vocāre (form; translation)
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vocāminī; be summoned (pl.)
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present passive imperative singular of regere (form; translation)
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regere; be ruled
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present passive imperative plural of regere (form; translation)
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regiminī; be ruled (pl.)
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present passive imperative singular of capere (form; translation)
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capere; be taken
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present passive imperative plural of capere (form; translation)
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capiminī; be captured (pl.)

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