Love, in the first person singular form (via opinyonista)

Amicule, deliciae, num is sum qui mentiar tibi?

Amo, I love. -o, -as, -at, -amos, -atis, -ant. The conjugation mnemonic my Latin mentor forced me to memorize. Thus, decades after such involuntary intellectual practice, I still remember those suffixes. But those are applicable only to regular verbs. Other kinds of verbs have different conjugations, thus, different suffixes as well. Latin grammar has a way of getting into a pupil. Agricola arat. Ancilla laborat. Tum domina apropinquat. The first … Read More

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