2. Grammatical conditions. Know the following terms: MOOD, TENSE, VOICE, PERSON and NUMBER (see Wheelock, page 1, Note 1). Here are outlines of grammar terms, including terms of verbs, nouns and adjectives that should be printed, cut out and inserted into the front cover of your text. It is also used as the object of an infinite clause, dependent on a verb of speech or such: it is generally not possible to guess the genius of a nominative. dux “leader” a genitive ducis, but r`x “konig” a r`gis; Father “father” has genitive patris, but iter “travel” a itineris. For this reason, genius is always indicated in dictionaries and can be used to uncover the remaining cases. The pronouns are not and both are unique, although they seem to relate to two things. For a similar construction in Romanticism, see the Italian pseudorelative construction, by Casalicchio (2016): I bambini che giocano agli anziani mi `fanno/fa`ridere; “Children who play with their elders make me laugh.” After this Italian linguist, the two verbal forms fanno `make.3pl` and fa `make.3sg` are possible here. 283. With the sum and some other intransitative or passive verbs, a name or adjective that describes or defines the object may appear in the predicate. This is called the predicate-noun or adjective. The sum of verbs is particularly common in this construction, and if used, the copula (i.e.
bindeiv) is called. Other verbs that take a predictive name or adjective are the so-called copulatory verbs that mean becoming, becoming, calling, appearing, etc. The following table shows the endings of a typical name of the third version.  If gildersleeve and Lodges command is preferred, click the “GL” icon in the seventh column in the table below; For Wheelock`s command, click “Wh”: 1. Personal endings are attached only to finished verbs (“with endings”), unlike infinitives (“with] no endings”). Finished verbs serve as the main verbs of sentences and clauses. Latin verbs refer to the person (first/second/third) and the number (singular/plural). There is also a consensus between pronouns and precursors. Examples can be found in English (although English pronouns mainly follow natural sex and not grammatical sex): – The whole more than one is singular or plural, based on the name it changes. There is also unanimity in the number. For example: Vitabu viwili vitatosha (Two books will suffice), Michungwa miwili itatosha (Two orange trees will suffice), Machungwa mawili yatatosha (Two oranges will suffice).