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  1. “Sum” Latin I 2013

  2. “SUM” • “Sum” is the “to be” verb. • Like other languages, including English, “sum” is an irregular verb in Latin. • Let’s look at “be” in English first. See how its forms are all different in the singular?

  3. Present Tense: SUMtext p. 109 These are stand-alone words, not endings.

  4. “SUM” in action! • Nauta sum. • Estregina. • Es agricola bonus. • Suntmali. • Sumusparvi. • Estisreginae. • I am a sailor. • She is a queen. • You are a good farmer. • They are bad. • We are small. • Y’all are queens.

  5. Imperfect Tense: ERAMtext p. 181 These are stand-alone words, not endings.

  6. “ERAM” in action! • Nautaeram. • Eratregina. • Eras agricola bonus. • Erantmali. • Eramusparvi. • Eratisreginae. • I was a sailor. • She was a queen. • You were a good farmer. • They were bad. • We were small. • Y’all were queens.

  7. Future Tense: EROtext p. 127 (1st chart only) These are stand-alone words, not endings.

  8. “ERO” in action! • Nautaero. • Eritservus. • Eris agricola bonus. • Eruntlaeti (happy). • Numeruseritparvus. • Victoria erit grata. • I will be a sailor. • He will be a slave. • You will be a good farmer. • They will be happy. • The number will be small. • Victory will be pleasing.

  9. Your Turn! • Complete the “sum” practice worksheet to show off all your new verb knowledge!