Subjunctive Review and Indirect Command

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Subjunctive Review and Indirect Command : 

Subjunctive Review and Indirect Command

Cum – Circumstantial Clause : 

Cum – Circumstantial Clause CUM Perfect/ Pluperfect “When”

Cum – Causal Clause : 

Cum – Causal Clause CUM Present/Imperfect “Since/Because”

Indirect Question : 

Indirect Question Question, say, see Quis, quid, cur VARIES

Result Clause : 

Result Clause Tam, tantus, adeo ut VARIES

Indirect Command! : 

Indirect Command! Can any one give an example of a direct command? DIRECT COMMANDS: Stay still! Go away! Come here! Eat your vegetables!

Indirect Command! : 

Indirect Command! The indirect command is someone else telling what the command was. e.g. His mother told him to eat his vegetables. VS. Eat your vegetables!

Indirect Command : 

Indirect Command In this one, we need a verb that either encourages, commands, orders, etc. Impero Invito Persuadeo oro

Indirect Command : 

Indirect Command Afterwards you need an UT or a NE. UT= Translates as “To” or “so that” Ne= Translates as “not to” or “so that not” Caesar viro imperavit ut/ne

Indirect Command : 

Indirect Command Impero, oro, invito Ut/ne VARIES

TRY NOW!Reading Groups! : 

TRY NOW!Reading Groups!

Perseus monetur ne vultum Medusae spectet. : 

Perseus monetur ne vultum Medusae spectet. Perseus was warned not to look at the face of Medusa.

Cornelius omnes amicos invitavit ut secum cenaret. : 

Cornelius omnes amicos invitavit ut secum cenaret. Cornelius invited all of his friends to eat with him.

Theseus multis adulescentibus imperavit ut e labyrintho exeant. : 

Theseus multis adulescentibus imperavit ut e labyrintho exeant. Thesus ordered many adolescents to exit the labyrinth.

Daedalus filio imperavit ne prope solem volaret. : 

Daedalus filio imperavit ne prope solem volaret. Daedalus ordered his son to not fly near the sun.

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