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INFINITIVE
Pres. ferre                       ferri: 
Perf. tulisse                     la:tus, -a, -um esse
Fut.  la:tu:rus, -a, -um esse     ——­
PARTICIPLES
Pres.  fere:ns, -entis            Pres.  ——­
Fut.   la:tu:rus, -a, -um         Ger.   ferendus, -a, -um
Perf.  ——­                       Perf.  la:tus, -a, -um

  GERUND
  Gen. ferendi: 
  Dat. ferendo: 
  Acc. ferendum
  Abl. ferendo: 

  SUPINE (Active Voice)
  Acc. [[la:tum]]
  Abl. [[la:tu:]]

499. eo:, go

  PRINCIPAL PARTS eo:, i:re, ii:  (i:vi:), itum (n. perf. part.)
  PRES.  STEM i:-
  PERF.  STEM i:- or i:v-
  PART.  STEM it-

INDICATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE IMPERATIVE
SING.  PLUR. 
Pres. eo:  i:mus eam 2d Pers. i:  i:te
i:s i:tis
it eunt
Impf. i:bam i:rem
Fut. i:bo:  ——­ 2d Pers. i:to:  i:to:te
3d Pers. i:to:  eunto: 
Perf. ii:  (i:vi:) ierim (i:verim)
Plup. ieram (i:veram) i:ssem (i:vissem)
F. P. iero:  (i:vero:)

INFINITIVE
Pres. i:re
Perf. i:sse (i:visse)
Fut. itu:rus, -a, -um esse

PARTICIPLES
Pres. ie:ns, gen. euntis (Sec. 472)
Fut. itu:rus, -a, -um
Ger. eundum

  GERUND
  Gen. eundi: 
  Dat. eundo: 
  Acc. eundum
  Abl. eundo: 

  SUPINE
  Acc. [[itum]]
  Abl. [[itu:]]

    a. The verb eo:\ is used impersonally in the third person
    singular of the passive, as
i:tur\, itum est\, _etc._

b. In the perfect system the forms with v\ are very rare.

500. fi:o:\, passive of facio:\; be made, become, happen

PRINCIPAL PARTS fi:o:, fieri:, factus sum

INDICATIVE                SUBJUNCTIVE    IMPERATIVE
Pres.  fi:o:      ——­     fi:am          2d Pers. fi:       fi:te
fi:s      ——­
fit       fi:unt
Impf.  fi:e:bam           fierem
Fut.   fi:am              ——­
INDICATIVE SUBJUNCTIVE
Perf. factus, -a, -um sum factus, -a, -um sim
Plup. factus, -a, -um eram factus, -a, -um essem
F. P. factus, -a, -um ero: 

INFINITIVE PARTICIPLES
Pres. fieri:  Perf. factus, -a, -um
Perf. factus, -a, -um esse Ger. faciendus, -a, -um
Fut. [[factum i:ri:]]

  [Illustration:  CASTRA MURO FOSSAQUE MUNIUNTUR]

APPENDIX II

501. RULES OF SYNTAX

NOTE.  The rules of syntax are here classified and numbered consecutively.  The number of the text section in which the rule appears is given at the end of each.

Nominative Case

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