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EXERCISES.

GEO.

Augeo, to increase. Algeo, to be cold. Fulgeo, to shine. Frigeo, to be cold. Indulgeo, to indulge, Lugeo, to mourn. Mulgeo, to milk. Tergeo, to wipe. Turgeo, to swell. Urgeo, to press.

LEO.

Compleo, to fill.
Deleo, to blot out.
Fleo, to weep.
Adoleo, to grow up.
Aboleo, to abolish.
Absoleo, to grow out of use.
Insoleo, to grow into use.
Exoleo, to fade.

NEO QUEO REO.
Maneo, to stay.
Neo, to spin,
Hæreo, to stick,
Adhæreo, to adhere.
Detorqueo, to wrest.
VEO.
Foveo, to cherish.
Moveo, to move.
Voveo, to vow.
Devoveo, to devote.
Faveo, to favour.
Caveo, to beware of.
Ferveo, to be hot.
Conniveo, to wink.

DEPONENTS.

Mereor, to deserve.
Polliceor, to promise.
Tueor, to defend.
Reor, to think.
Misereor, to pity,
Fateor, to confess.
Profiteor, to profess.
Confiteor, to confess.

Ego doceo. Ego doceor Docti sumus. Doceat ille. Doceremur, Tu doctus es. Illi docebantur. Nos docuimus, Docenda est. Petrus docebitur, Ille doctus fuerit. Doceamur nos. Ille docebat. Illa docebit. Docti fuerint. Docetor, Docentor. Doctus. Docebaris. Tu docebare. Doce. Ego docerer. Vos doceremini. Docerere. Tu amas. Tu docendus es. Docebitis. Amabitis, Nos amemur. Vos docemini. Amator. Docemini. Illa est aman. da. Amer. Ego amabor, Tu ameris. Illi amati sint. Docear, Amantor, Nos amabimur.

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2. Lege, v. legito, read thou,
3. Legito, let him read;

Perfect, may have read.

Legemus, we shall read,
Legetis, ye shall read,
Legent, they shall read.

Legamus, we may read,
Legatis, ye may read,
Legant, they may read.

Pluperfect, might, &c. have read.

Legĕrēmus, we might read,
Legeretis, ye might read,
Legerent, they might read.

Future, shall have read.

Legerimus, we may have read,
Legeritis, ye may have read,
Legerint, they may have read.

Legissemus, we might have read,
Legissetis, ye might have read,
Legissent, they might have read.

IMPERATIVE MOOD.

Legerimus, we shall have read,
Legeritis, ye shall have read,
Legerint, they shall have read.

INFINITIVE MOOD.

Legito, v. legitote, read ye,
Legunto, let them read.

Perf. Legisse, to have read.

be about to read. Fuisse lecturus, to have been

PARTICIPLES.

Pres. Legens, reading. Fut. Lecturus, about to read.
GERUNDS.
Legendum-di-do-dum-do, reading, of reading, &c.

SUPINES.

Former. Lectum, to read.

Latter. Lectu, to read, or to be read.

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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.

EXCEPTIONS.

Singultio, to sob.
Sepelio, to bury.
Venio, to come.
Veneo, to be sold.
Salio, to leap.

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Pres.
Fut.

1. Audiam, I shall hear,
2. Audies, thou shalt hear,
3. Audiet, he shall hear;

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

Pres. Infin.
Audire, to hear.

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

Future, shall, or will hear.

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

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

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

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

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

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

Audiverimus, we may have heard,
Audiveritis, ye may have heard,
Audiverint, they may have heard.
&c. have heard.
Audivissemus, we might have heard,

Audivissent, they might have heard.
have heard.

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

Audirēmus, we might hear,
Audiretis, ye might hear,
Audirent, they might hear.
can have heard.

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

IMPERATIVE MOOD.

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

INFINITIVE MOOD.

Audire, to her. Perf. 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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EXERCISES.

Amplector, to embrace. Fungor, to discharge an Revertor, to return. [office.

Labor, to slide.
Ulciscor, to revenge.
Utor, to use.
Loquor, to speak.
Sequor, to follow.
Queror, to complain.
Nitor, to endeavour.
Paciscor, to bargain.
Gradior, to go.

Proficiscor, to go a journey.
Nanciscor, to get.

Patior, to suffer.

Apiscor, to get.
Comminiscor, to devise.
Fruor, to enjoy.
Obliviscor, to forget.
Expergiscor, to awake.
Morior, to die.

Nascor, to be born.
Orior, to rise.

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