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IMPERSONAL VERBS

IMPERSONAL VERBS

IMPERSONAL VERBS. MarshLatinIII.wordpress.com. What is an impersonal verb?.

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Impersonal Verbs

Impersonal Verbs

Impersonal Verbs . MarshLatin.wordpress.com. Impersonal Verbs. A special class of verbs consists of verbs used only impersonally, These on have three forms: the Third Person Singular the Infinitive the Gerund So, for example, licet, it is allowed.

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