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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

VERBS/ Peculiarites of Conjugation

183. The following ancient forms are found chiefly in poetry:

  1. In the fourth conjugation, -ībam, -ībō, for -iēbam, -iam (future). These forms are regular in , go (§ 203).
  2. In the present subjunctive, -im: as in duim, perduim, retained in religious formulas and often in comedy. This form is regular in sum and volō and their compounds (§§ 170 , 199).
  3. In the perfect subjunctive and future perfect indicative, -sim, -sō: as, faxim, faxō, iussō, recēpsō (=fēcerim etc.); ausim (= ausus sim).
  4. In the passive infinitive, -ier: as, vocārier for vocārī; agier for agī.
  5. A form in -āssō, -āssere is found used as a future perfect: as, amāssis. from amō; levāssō, from levō; impetrāssere, from impetrō; iūdicāssit, from iūdicō (cf. § 263 . 2. b. N.).

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