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LATIN 113: Review Sheet #2 Key
John Porter, University of Saskatchewan



A. Identify and parse the following verbs.


  1. cecidisse [two possibilities]
    cado: pfct. act. inf.

    caedo: pfct. act. inf.

  2. ponerem
    pono: 1st sg. impf. subj. act.

  3. usus eras
    utor: 2nd sg. plpfct. ind. dep.

  4. reciperis
    recipio: 2nd sg. pres. ind. pass.

  5. sublatus essem
    tollo: 1st sg. plupfct. subj. pass.

  6. egebam
    egeo: 1st sg. impf. ind. act.

  7. persuadebunt
    persuadeo: 3rd pl. fut. ind. act.

  8. clamitemus
    clamito: 1st pl. pres. subj. act.

  9. ages
    ago: 2nd. sg. fut. ind. act.

  10. putares
    puto: 2nd sg. impf. subj. act.

  11. quaeretis
    quaero: 2nd pl. fut. ind. act.

  12. sustulissent
    tollo: 3rd pl. plpfct. subj. act.

  13. frui
    fruor: pres. dep. inf.

  14. petamus
    peto: 1st pl. pres. subj. act.

  15. relinquam [two possibilities]
    relinquo: 1st sg. fut. ind. act. / 1st sg. pres. subj. act.

B. Where they exist, form the present, perfect, and future infinitives for each of the verbs in A, in both the active and the passive voice.


  1. cecidisse
    cadere, cecidisse, casurus esse, *cadi, *casum esse, *casum iri     [* impersonal passive]

    caedere, cecidisse, caesurus esse, caedi, caesus esse, caesum iri

  2. ponerem
    ponere, posuisse, positurus esse, poni, positus esse, positum iri

  3. usus eras
    uti, usus esse, usurus esse

  4. reciperis
    recipere, recepisse, recepturus esse, recipi, receptus esse, receptum iri

  5. sublatus essem
    tollere, sustulisse, sublaturus esse, tolli, sublatus esse, sublatum iri

  6. egebam
    egere, eguisse

  7. persuadebunt
    persuadere, persuasisse, persuasurus esse, *persuaderi, *persuasum esse, *persuasum iri     [* impersonal passive]

  8. clamitemus
    clamitare, clamitavisse/clamitasse, clamitaturus esse, clamitari, clamitatus esse, clamitatum iri

  9. ages
    agere, egisse, acturus esse, agi, actus esse, actum iri

  10. putares
    putare, putavisse, putaturus esse, putari, putatus esse, putatum iri

  11. quaeretis
    quaerere, quaesivisse, quaesiturus esse, quaeri, quaesitus esse, quaesitum iri

  12. sustulissent
    tollere, sustulisse, sublaturus esse, tolli, sublatus esse, sublatum iri

  13. frui
    frui, fructus esse, fructurus esse

  14. petamus
    petere, petivisse, petiturus esse, peti, petitus esse, petitum iri

  15. relinquam
    relinquere, reliquisse, relicturus esse, relinqui, relictus esse, relictum iri

C. Where they exist, form the present and/or perfect participles (masc. nom. sg. and fem. dat. sg.) for each of the verbs in A.
          [Note: the genders cited here preclude the inclusion of impersonal passives, which are by definition neuter singular.]


  1. cecidisse
    cadens, cadenti

    caedens, caedenti, caesus, caesae

  2. ponerem
    ponens, ponenti, positus, positae

  3. usus eras
    utens, utenti, usus, usae

  4. reciperis
    recipiens, recipienti, receptus, receptae

  5. sublatus essem
    tollens, tollenti, sublatus, sublatae

  6. egebam
    egens, egenti

  7. persuadebunt
    persuadens, persuadenti

  8. clamitemus
    clamitans, clamitanti, clamitatus, clamitatae

  9. ages
    agens, agenti, actus, actae

  10. putares
    putans, putanti, putatus, putatae

  11. quaeretis
    quaerens, quaerenti, quaesitus, quaesitae

  12. sustulissent
    tollens, tollenti, sublatus, sublatae

  13. frui
    fruens, fruenti, fructus, fructae

  14. petamus
    petens, petenti, petitus, petitae

  15. relinquam
    relinquens, relinquenti, relictus, relictae


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