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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

VERBS/ THE PERIPHRASTIC CONJUGATIONS

196. The Second Periphrastic Conjugation:—

INDICATIVE
PRESENTamandus sum, I am to be, must be, loved
IMPERFECTamandus eram, I was to be, had to be, loved
FUTUREamandus erō, I shall have to be loved
PERFECTamandus fuī, I was to be, had to be, loved
PLUPERFECTamandus fueram, I had had to be loved
FUTURE PERFECTamandus fuerō, I shall have had to be loved
SUBJUNCTIVE
PRESENTamandus sim
IMPERFECTamandus essem
PERFECTamandus fuerim
PLUPERFECTamandus fuissem
INFINITIVE
PRESENTamandus esse, to have to be loved
PERFECTamandus fuisse, to have had to be loved

So in the other conjugations:—

Second: monendus sum, I am to be, must be, advised.

Third: tegendus sum, I am to be, must be, covered.

Fourth: audiendus sum, I am to be, must be, heard.

Third (in -iō): capiendus sum, I am to be, must be, taken.

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