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Read these remarks carefully for important hints on how to solve the puzzles. The following links will take you to some sample linguistics puzzles. These puzzles are copyrighted by the University of Oregon Department of Linguistics, but may be copied or printed for personal or classroom use. The puzzles are grouped according to degree of difficulty, using the international system for rating downhill ski runs.
1. Conjugation. In Latin the word "conjugation" means two things: (1) the act of joining a personal ending to a verb stem, and (2) a category of verb, classed by the vowel on the end of the stem (a, long e, short e, i; see below, #7). For lack of a better term, I call the "classifying" vowel on the end of the stem, the "thematic" vowel (a term borrowed from Greek). 2.
Is it possible to learn Latin successfully entirely from free online Latin resources? Yes, I think so. Learners can avoid the need for further books, etc.. You won’t find free online versions of every popular Latin textbook online, of course.
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Even after nearly a decade of French classes and numerous visits to France, there were some verbs that I didn't use until I moved here and was immersed in the language and culture. Some I had never learned, while others just seemed unusual or unnecessary. In case you're in the same boat, here are a dozen French verbs that I find essential in France, even if my French teachers didn't seem to think so. Assumer To be fair, assumer is not a verb that I use every day, but I sure hear it a lot, especially in movies and TV shows. It doesn't mean "to assume" as in to take something for granted (the French translation of that meaning is présumer ), but rather "to assume / take on responsbility" for something.
French learners often have trouble deciding how to translate "what" into French. Should it be que or quoi , or maybe that pesky quel ? Understanding the difference between these terms is critical to knowing how to use them correctly. The problem with translating "what" into French is that it has numerous grammatical functions in English.
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