In this chapter, you will learn:
- The LAST of the REGULAR conjugations: the
4th Conjugation and the 3rd Conjugation -iö Verbs.
- The 4th Conjugation is illustrated by the
paradigm of audiö, audïre, audïvï, audïtum - "to hear".
The 4th Conjugation is characterized by the long stem vowel -ï.
The -ï is present in all forms of the Present System (present,
future, imperfect). As in other conjugations with long stem
vowels, it is shortened to -i in front of other vowels and before
- The 3rd Conjugation -iö Verbs are
illustrated by the paradigm of capiö, capere, cëpï, captum -
"to take, seize".
These particular verbs of the 3rd Conjugation are formed like the
4th Conjugation verbs in the Present System, except the "i" is
Present and Imperative
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