Latin 1 Infinitives
posted by Bryce on .
Can someone please give me basic sentences to translate and identify the infinitive? Im struggling with these.
Filiae in agrīs aestate ambulāre amant.
Puella librum legere parat.
Pueri sub arbore sedere amant.
Cornelia ē arboribus currere timet.
Sextus de arbore descendere non timet.
Well, I guess I wasted a lot of time writing these. I'll remember.
There are 4 endings in Latin for infinitives (not including irregular).
1st conjugation is -are
2nd conjugation is-ēre
3rd conjugation is -ere
4th conjugation is -ire
so for example, in number 1, for ambulare,the infinitive would be a first conjugation verbal because it ends in -are. All infinitives are translated as to+________ so ambulare means to walk