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vulgategroupsgrammar

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The verses are organized into grammatical categories: first are the verses with nouns (i.e. verses without verbs), followed by verses with verbs and participles. Below is an outline of the categories, with the corresponding item numbers.

NOUNS.

These verses may use some present tense forms of the verb “to be,” but no other verbs will be found in these verses. Some participles commonly used simply as adjectives also appear in these items. The verses are subdivided by noun declensions. So, you may start with either Declension 1 or Declension 2, depending on how your textbook is organized.

1-11        Declension 1 Nouns and Adjectives

12-43        Declension 2 Nouns and Adjectives

44-67        Declensions 1 and 2

68-168    Declension 3 Nouns

169-225    Declension 3 Adjectives

226-251     Declension 4 Nouns

252-270     Declension 5 Nouns

271-301     Comparative and Superlative Adjectives

302-500    Miscellaneous Nouns, Pronouns, etc.

VERBS.

The verb categories are organized in a basic sequence: present active indicative, followed by other active verbs formed from the present stem, followed by present passive forms. The present system is followed by the perfect system, active and passive, including perfect passive participles, which are then followed by present and future participles.

Active Verbs: Present Active Indicative.

These verses use present active indicative tense verb forms and infinitives. Each conjugation is treated separately, so you can start with Conjugation 1 or 2 or 3 or 4, depending on how your textbook is organized. No distinction is made between the -o verbs and -io verbs within the Conjugation 3 categories. Within the conjugations, the verses are organized by noun declensions. So, if you have done only Declension 1 and/or Declension 2 nouns and adjectives, you can limit yourself to verses using those noun forms only.

501-517     Present Active Ind. Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

518-539     Present Active Ind. Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 3

540-551     Present Active Ind. Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 4-5

552-593     Present Active Ind. Conj. 1 (misc. nouns)

594-610     Present Active Ind. Conj. 2 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-5

611-631     Present Active Ind. Conj. 2 (misc. nouns)

632-655     Present Active Ind. Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

656-685     Present Active Ind. Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 3

686-695     Present Active Ind. Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 4-5

696-749     Present Active Ind. Conj. 3 (misc. nouns)

750-769     Present Active Ind. Conj. 1 and 3

770-780     Present Active Ind. Conj. 1-3

781-803     Present Active Ind. Conj. 4

804-824     Present Active Ind. Conj. 1-4

825-853     Present Active Infinitives

854-935     Present Active Indicative (misc. verbs)

Active Verbs: Imperfect, Imperative, Future, Subjunctive.

These items contain active forms built on the present stem: imperfect indicative, present imperative, future indicative, present subjunctive and imperfect subjunctive, along with groups of mixed future, imperative and subjunctive forms.

936-946     Imperfect Active Indicative - Conjugation 1

947-960     Imperfect Active Indicative - Conjugation 3

961-990     Imperfect Active Indicative (misc. verbs)

991-1002     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

1003-1016     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 3

1017-1052     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 1 (misc. nouns)

1053-1078     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 2

1079-1100     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

1101-1115     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 3

1116-1161     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 3 (misc. nouns)

1162-1178     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 1-3

1179-1197     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 4

1198-1213     Pres. Act. Imperative - Conj. 1-4

1214-1281     Pres. Act. Imperative (misc. verbs)

1282-1299     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

1300-1325     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 3

1326-1335     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 4-5

1336-1379     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 1 (misc. nouns)

1380-1414     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 2

1415-1424     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-3

1425-1453     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 3

1454-1469     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 4-5

1470-1531     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 3 (misc. nouns)

1532-1563     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 1 and 3

1564-1577     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 1-3

1578-1601     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 4

1602-1618     Future Act. Ind. - Conj. 1-4

1619-1710     Future Act. Ind.  (misc. verbs)

1711-1746     Imperative and Future Active Forms

1747-1777     Present Active Subjunctive - Conj. 1

1778-1789     Present Active Subjunctive - Conj. 2

1790-1832     Present Active Subjunctive - Conj. 3

1833-1845     Present Active Subjunctive - Conj. 4

1846-1864     Present Active Subjunctive - Conj. 1-4

1865-1903     Present Active Subjunctive (misc. verbs)

1904-1929     Future and Subjunctive Active Forms

1930-1906     Imperative and Subjunctive Active Forms

1907-1978     Imperfect Active Subjunctive

Passive Verbs: Present System.

These verses contain passive forms built on the present stem of the verb: present indicative, imperfect indicative, imperative, future, and present and imperfect subjunctive. Note that no special distinction is made for deponent verbs, which are regarded here simply as passive verb forms.

1979-2009     Present Passive Ind. - Conj. 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-3

2010-2024     Present Passive Ind. - Conj. 1 (misc. nouns)

2025-2042     Present Passive Infinitive - Conj. 1 

2043-2059     Present Passive Ind. - Conj. 2

2060-2073     Present Passive Ind. - Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-3

2074-2088     Present Passive Ind. - Conj. 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-5

2089-2118     Present Passive Ind. - Conj. 3 (misc. nouns)

2119-2131     Present Passive Infinitive - Conj. 3

2132-2144     Present Passive Indicative (misc. verbs)

2145-2156     Imperfect Passive Indicative

2157-2168     Pres. Pass. Imper. - Conj 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

2169-2181     Pres. Pass. Imper. - Conj 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-5

2182-2197     Pres. Pass. Imper. - Conj 1 (misc. nouns)

2198-2209     Present Passive Imperative - Conjugation 2

2210-2222     Present Passive Imperative - Conjugation 3

2223-2238     Future Pass. Ind. - Conj 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-3

2239-2249     Future Pass. Ind. - Conj 1 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-5

2250-2279     Future Pass. Ind. - Conj 1 (misc. nouns)

2280-2293     Future Pass. Ind. - Conj 2

2294-2303     Future Pass. Ind. - Conj 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

2304-2317     Future Pass. Ind. - Conj 3 ~ Nouns Dec. 1-5

2318-2350     Future Pass. Ind. - Conj 3 (misc. nouns)

2351-2361     Future Pass. Ind. (misc. verbs)

2362-2391     Present Pass. Subjunctive - Conj. 1

2392-2422     Present Pass. Subjunctive - Conj. 3

2423-2450     Present Passive forms (misc.)

Perfect Verb System

These verses are built on the perfect stem of the verb. There are verses with the perfect active indicative, followed by verses with future perfect and perfect subjunctive forms (no special distinction being made between the future perfect and perfect subjunctive; instead, those verses are organized by syntactical markers such as cum, si, etc.). These active forms are then followed by perfect passive indicative verbs.

2451-2465     Perfect Active Indicative ~ Nouns Dec. 2

2466-2483     Perfect Active Indicative ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

2484-2567     Perfect Active Indicative ~ Nouns Dec. 3

2568-2587     Perfect Active Indicative ~ Nouns Dec. 4

2588-2598     Perfect Active Indicative ~ Nouns Dec. 5

2599-2848     Perfect Active Indicative (misc. nouns)

2849-2957     Perfect Active Ind. + Present Active Ind.

2958-2975     Perfect Active Ind. + Imperfect Active Ind.

2976-3000     Perfect Active Ind. + Pres. Act. Imperative

3001-3032     Perfect Active Ind. + Future Active Ind.

3033-3061     Perfect Active Ind. + Pres. Act. Subjunctive

3062-3087     Perfect Active Ind. + Imperf. Act. Subjunctive

3088-3102     Perfect Active Ind. + Passive Indicative forms

3103-3114     Perfect Active Ind. + Passive Subjunctive forms

3115-3126     Pluperfect Active Indicative

3127-3243     Future Perf. Act. Ind. and Perf. Act. Subjunctive

3244-3254     Pluperfect Active Subjunctive

3255-3272     Perfect Passive Indicative ~ Nouns Dec. 1-2

3273-3311     Perfect Passive Indicative ~ Nouns Dec. 3

3312-3324     Perfect Passive Indicative ~ Nouns Dec. 4-5

3325-3365     Perfect Passive Indicative (misc. nouns)

3366-3409     Perfect Pass. Ind. + Present Indicative forms

3410-3430     Perfect Pass. Ind. + Present Subjunctive forms

3431-3488     Perfect Pass. Ind. + Perfect Active Ind. forms

3489-3513     Future Perf. Pass. and Perf. Pass. Subjunctive

3514-3529     Perfect Passive forms (misc.)

Participles, Gerunds, Future Imperative

Finally, there are the participles: perfect passive, present active, future active and future passive participles, along with gerunds. There is also a section featuring ablative absolute constructions. The final section contains examples of the future imperative.

3530-3592     Perfect Passive Participles

3593-3648     Present Active Participles - Conj. 1

3649-3688     Present Active Participles - Conj. 2

3689-3800     Present Active Participles - Conj. 3

3801-3825     Present Active Participles - Conj. 4

3826-3861     Present Active Participles (misc. verbs)

3862-3880     Future Active Participles

3881-3925     Future Passive Participles and Gerunds

3926-3955     Ablative Absolute constructions

3956-4000     Future Imperative

 

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