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    Second Form Review Univt IV

    The workbook (page 136) asks for the translation of fugit (with a macron over the u) in Drill A. From researching on the internet, the macron is what is distinguishing this as perfect indicative tense instead of present indicative. If the student translates this as he/she/it comes, is that also correct? It doesn't appear that the macron was taught anywhere that I can find. They would have had to notice this on their own? Wondering how much the student is expected to know on this.

    This would also apply to venit in Drill C.

    Thanks for any light you can shed on this for us.

    #2
    No, if the form has a macron it has to be translated perfect. This was explained in the Lesson 19 Teacher Manual under chalk talk.
    Michael
    Memoria Press

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