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EXERCISES.

Mungo, to wipe the nose
Tego, to cover.
Ungo, to anoint.
Surgo, to rise.
Pergo, to go forward.
Fingo, to feign.
Pingo, to paint.
Stringo, to bind.
Frango, to break.
Ago, to do.
Diligo, to love.
Tango, to touch.
Pungo, to prick, or sting.
Pango, to fix, to compose.
Spargo, to spread.

Mergo, to dip, or plunge.

Ho. Traho, to draw.

Veho, to carry.

Lo.

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EXERCISES.

Balbutio, to stammer.
Custodio, to keep.
Dormio, to sleep.
Erudio, to instruct.
Grunnio, to grunt.
Hinnio, to neigh
Impedio, to hinder.
Lippio, to be dim sighted.
Mugio, to bellow.
Munio, to fortify.
Nutrio, to nourish.
Obedio, to obey.
Punio, to punish.
Rugio, to roar like a lion
Sævio, to rage.
Nescio, not to know.
Servio, to serve.
Tussio, to cough.
Vestio, to clothe.

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Pres.
Fut.

1. Audiam, I may hear,
2. Audias, thou mayest hear,
3. Audiat, he may hear;

Pres. Infin.
Audire, to hear.

Future, shall, or will hear.

1. Audirem, I might hear,
2. Audires, thou mightest hear,
3. Audiret, he might hear;

Audiebamus, we heard,
Audiebatis, ye heard,
Audiebant, they heard,

1. Audiverim, I may have heard,
2. Audiveris, thou mayest have heard,
3. Audiverit, he may have heard;

Audivimus, we have heard,
Audivistis, ye have heard,

Audivērunt, v. ivere, they have heard.
had heard.

SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD.
Present Tense, may, or can hear.

Audiveramus, we had heard,
Audiveratis, ye had heard,
Audiverant, they had heard,

2. Audi, v. audito, hear thou,
3. Audito, let him hear;

Audiemus, we shall hear,
Audietis, ye shall hear,
Audient, they shall hear,

Imperfect, might, &c. hear.

Audiamus, we may hear,
Audiatis, ye may hear,
Audiant, they may hear.

Perfect, may, or can have heard.

Audirēmus, we might hear,
Audiretis, ye might hear,
Audirent, they might hear.

Audiverimus, we may have heard,
Audiveritis, ye may have heard,
Audiverint, they may have heard.

Pluperfect, might, &c. have heard.

1. Audivissem, I might have heard,

Audivissemus, we might have heard,

2. Audivisses, thou mightest have heard, Audivissetis, ye might have heard,

Audivissent, they might have heard.
have heard.

3. Audivisset, he might have heard ;
Future, shall
1. Audivero, I shall have heard,
2. Audiveris, thou shalt have heard,
3. Audiverit, he shall have heard ;
IMPERATIVE

Audiverimus, we shall have heard,
Audiveritis, ye shall have heard,
Audiverint, they shall have heard

MOOD.

Audite, v. auditote, hear ye,
Audiunto, let them hear.

INFINITIVE MOOD.

Audire, to hear. Pe Audivisse, to have heard.

Esse auditurus, to be about to hear. Fuisse auditurus, to have been about to hear.

PARTICIPLES.

Pres. Audiens, hearing. Fut. Auditurus, about to hear.
GERUNDS.
Audiendum-di-do-dum-do, hearing, of hearing, &c.

Former. Auditum to hear.

SUPINES.

Latter. Auditu, to hear, or to be heard

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41. The infinitive mood may be governed by a verb, participle, adjective, or noun.

RULES.

31. Verbs, signifying actively, govern the

accusative.

32. Misercor, miseresco, and satago, govern the genitive.

33. Any verb may govern the dative in Latin, which has to, or for, after it in English. 34. Verbs pounded with satis, bene, and male, govern the dative.

com

35. Many verbs compounded with these ten prepositions, prœ, ad, con, sub, ante, post, ob, in, inter, super, govern the dative.

36. Veros, signifying to profit, hurt, favour, assist, command, obey, serve, resist, trust, threaten, and be angry with, govern the

dative.

37. Recordor, memini, reminiscor, and obliviscor, govern the accusative or genitive. 38. Verbs of abounding and wanting, govern the ablative, and sometimes the genitive. 39. Utor, abutor, fungor, fruor, potior, vescor,and some others, govern the ablative.

40. A verb compounded with a preposition, often governs the case of that preposition.

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