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  1. 2nd declension neuter nouns Lesson xvi

  2. Mittere Missus Ductus Positus Tractus Visus Notus Tendere Tentus Motus Jectus Spectare Dictus Fectus Vocare Latin prepositions = English prefixes Ā- (AB-/ABS-) DĒ- Ē- (EX-, EF-) AB + jectus = abject DE + jectus = deject E + jectus = eject

  3. Missus Ductus Positus Tractus Visus Notus Tentus Jectus Spectare Fectus Vocare Latin prepositions = English prefixes What happens to AD? • Ad + tentus = attention • Adjective • Ad + spect = aspect • Ad + fectus = affect • Advocate • Admission • Adduce • Ad + positus = apposition • Ad + tractus= attracticon • Advise • Ad + notus = annotate

  4. Some prefixes change their final consonants to make them like the initial consonants of the words to which they are attached: Thus: accurate instead of adcurate affiliate instead of adfiliate abbreviate instead of adbreviate aggressive instead of adgressive assimilate instead of adsimilate ASSIMILATION All of these changes are brought to you by the magic of linguistics, powered by human laziness!

  5. 2nd declension neuter nouns Lesson xvi

  6. NOT Why neuter nouns?

  7. Masculine Neuter

  8. Anatomy of a Latin NOUN signum, signī, n. ----------------, ---------------------, ------. • Nominative Singular Form • Genitive Singular Form • Gender

  9. forma, formae, f.

  10. cībus, cībī, m.

  11. Signum, signī, n.

  12. 2nd declension neuter nouns - Neuter nouns belong to the second declension and are very similar to masculine nouns - In neuter nouns, the nominative and accusative forms are always the same

  13. Learning English through Latin • 1st declension nouns • 2nd declension masc. • 2nd declension neuter • A  AE • US  I • UM  A

  14. 1st Declension words • Alumna • Antenna • Formula • 2nd Declension masculine words • Syllabus • Cactus • Fungus • 2nd Declension neuter words • Memorandum • Medium • Datum • Millennium English plurals from Latin Roots

  15. Transform the following verbs from the present to the perfect tense, keeping the same person and number; you will need to change the stem! • vocant • vidēmus • mandāmus • amō • manēs • habet • habitat • docēmus Verb Practice

  16. vocant vocāvērunt • vidēmus vidimus • mandāmus mandāvimus • amō amāvī • manēs mansistī • habet habuit • habitat  habitāvit • docēmus docuimus Verb Practice