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Participles

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Adrienne Adams

on 30 September 2013

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Transcript of Participles

Examples
Servus, ã dominõ
verberãtus
, ex oppido fugit. - The slave,
having been beaten
by the master, fled from the town.

Faber, ab architectõ
laudãtus
, rísit. - The craftsman,
having been praised
by the architect, smiled.

Memor, ã líbertõ
excitãtus
, írãtissimus erat. - Memor,
having been awakened
by the freedman, was very angry!





Participles
What Are Participles?
Participles are verbal adjectives

4 kinds of participles:
Present Active, Future Active, Perfect Active, and Perfect Passive

Participle = stem + marker + adjective ending


Present Active Participles
Translated as "________ing"
Built off the 2nd principal part
Marker(s): -ns or -nt-
Takes 3rd declension adjective endings
Examples
Serví per víllam contendêrunt, arãneãs
quaerentês
. - The slaves hurried through the house
looking
for spiders' webs.

Puella mãtrem in hortõ
sedentem
vídit. - The girl saw her mother
sitting
in the garden.

Líbertus dominum
intrantem
vídit. - The freedman saw his master
entering
.


Perfect Passive Participles
Translated as "having been ______ed"
Built off the 4th principal part
Marker(s): -ss- , -t-
Takes 1st/2nd declension adjective endings
Jeopardy
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