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Hey I need help finding the English meaning of each of these Latin words.

1 habeo to have
2
3 habemus
4
5 habes
6 you have
7 habetis
8
9 habet
10
11 habent
12

  • Latin -

    What are the blanks for?

    List them like this:
    habeo = I have (not "to have")
    habes =
    habet =
    habemus =
    habetis =
    habent =

    These are the present tense forms for this 2nd conjugation verb.

    http://www.math.osu.edu/~econrad/lang/latin.html

    Let me know what you think.

  • Latin -

    The blanks are where I'm supposed to put the English form of that word. And that site was good, but not what I was needing.

  • Latin -

    Writeacher already told you what should be in blank # 2.

    Check your book for the conjugation of habere.

  • Latin -

    I
    you
    he, she, it
    we
    you
    they

    Those are the pronouns that go with those forms I listed. It's up to YOU to know those pronouns and put them with the correct verb form.

    Let me know what you come up with. Keep in mind that no one here will do your work for you, but we can steer you in the right direction and check your work for you.

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    Thank you both very much. I really appreciate you guys helping all of us kids that use Jiskha.

    Marina

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    Did you figure it out?

    You're very welcome.

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