And like everyone has their weird thing about papers right? So my weird thing is NEEDING to have a perfect introduction before continuing. Once I do the words just come and it’s magic I don’t even know.
SO for my creative nonfiction class we have to do peer editing in groups and my group was like - you know, I think you should change your intro.
So I ignored the fact that this goes against my very nature and I’m like YEAH SURE NO PROBLEM but now I’m just sitting here WITH MY FINGER ON THE ENTER KEY I HAVE 40 PAGES OF BLANK PAGES MY BRAIN DOESN’T WORK THIS WAY HELP
amo- i love, amare- to love, amas- you love, amat- it loves, amamus- we love, amatis- yall love, amant- they love
debeo- i owe/ought/must, debere- to owe, debes- you owe/ought/must, debet- she owe/ought/must, debemus- we owe/ought/must, debetis- yall owe/ought/must, debent- they owe/ought/must
cogito- i think, cogitare- to think, cogitas- you think, cogitat- it thinks, cogitamus- we think, cogitatis- yall think, cogitant- they think
moneo- i advise/warn, monere- to advise/warn, mones- you advise/warn, monet- she advises/warns, monemus- we advise/warn, monetis- yall advise/warn, monent- they advise/warn
loudo- i praise, laudare- to praise, laudas- you praise, laudat- she praises, laudamus- we praise, laudtis- yall praise, laudant- they praise
do- i give/offer, dare- to give/offer, das- you give/offer, dat- she gives/offers, damus- we give/offer, datis- yall give/offer, dant- they give/offer
servo- i save/preserve, servare- to save/preserve, servas- you save/preserve, servat- she saves/preserves, servamus- we save/preserve, servatis- yall save/preserve, servant- they save/preserve
conservo- i conserve, conservare- to conserve, conservas- you conserve, conservat- he conserves, conservamus- we conserve, conservatis- yall conserve, conservant- they conserve
vale- bye, valete- goodbye (more conjugations?)
valeo- i am strong, valere- to be strong (more conjugations?)
video- i see/understand, videre- to see/understand, vides- you see/understand, videt- it sees/understands, videmus- we see/understand, videtis- yall see/understand, vident- they see/understand
voco- i call/summon, vocare- to call/summon, vocas- you call/summon, vocat- he calls/summons, vocamus- we call/summon, vocatis- yall call/summon, vocant- they call/summon
erro- i fuck up/wander/go astray, errare- to fuck up/wander/go astray, erras- you fuck up/wander/go astray, errat- she fucks up/wanders/goes astray, erramus- we fuck up/wander/go astray, erratis- yall fuck up/wander/go astray, errant- they fuck up/wander/go astray
volto- i fly, voltare- to fly, voltas- you fly, voltat- she flies, voltamus- we fly, voltatis- yall fly, voltant- they fly
terro- i terrify, terrere- to terrify, terres- you terrify, terret- he terrifes, terremus- we terrify, terretis- yall terrify, terrent- they terrify
salvo- i am in good health, salvete- hello/to be in good health (salves- you are in good health, salvet- she is in good health, salvemus- we are in good health, salvetis- yall are in good health, salvent- they are in good health)?
AND THATS ENOUGH STUDYING FOR MY TEST TOMORROW BUT JUST TO BE SAFE
the 5 things of verbs
person/pov- 1st, 2nd, 3rd
number- singular or plural
mood- indicitive/subjunctive/imperatives/infinitive (ASK ABOUT THESE)