By Jeanne Marie Neumann; Hans H. Ørberg;
This name offers a working outline/commentary at the Latin grammar coated in publication 1 of Lingua Latina (Familia Romana), and contains the whole textual content of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin-English Vocabulary. It additionally replaces the scholar consultant, Latine Disco. The publication is designed in particular for college kids who method Lingua Latina at an speeded up velocity. The Exercitia should be used as an extra resource of routines.
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5 See next Study. Perf. Tense of Passive. SWAHILI GRAMMAR STUDY IV 41 r " 5* * 5i*** II Oa Ilr -;** a 3A 5 SrS J j- * SWAHILI GRAMMAR ye. be m'we, or iwani Plur. 2nd MOOD. VE | STUDY V 43 NOTE. The verbal suffixes po, Tto, mo, may be suffixed to all these persons and tenses, also interrogatively and negatively, as Pers. Sing. I am 1. Nipo, 2. Umekuwafco, thou hast been there. he or she is tJiere, he or she exists. is it (the mat, mkeka) there ? it (the mirror, kioo) is not here. 3. Yn/co, 8. ufco ?
See note 3, Study II. See note 5, Study I. mnsha, wansha, insha, yansha, etc. , but has come to serve as a conjunction (because, that is wfey), and may stand at beginning or end of clause. 5 See next Study. Perf. Tense of Passive. SWAHILI GRAMMAR STUDY IV 41 r " 5* * 5i*** II Oa Ilr -;** a 3A 5 SrS J j- * SWAHILI GRAMMAR ye. be m'we, or iwani Plur. 2nd MOOD. VE | STUDY V 43 NOTE. The verbal suffixes po, Tto, mo, may be suffixed to all these persons and tenses, also interrogatively and negatively, as Pers.
There are (wako) many sick Yes, but formerly there persons in the town nowadays. (they) were more. Your brother has come, what does he want ? He wants to meet with you. until to-morrow if you are not able to speak with him now. 7 Let him wait then, he is always coming. He says his (zakwe) relatives hate him and (tena) they have invented something (neno) against 2 " matter Hakujambo," " = We 3 " 4 See note s Trans. him (yakwe). "It (place or direction) has nothing the lit. are all well here. " " 8 Study V.