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Latin sentence: Servate me! What is the mood of the verb? a. Impatient. b. Imperative. c. Present. d. 2nd person singular. e. Indicative.
Which translation is the most accurate for the Latin Sentence: Servate me!. a. I am saved!. b. You saved me. c. Save me!. d. [You, plural] Save me! e. [You, singular] Save me!.
English sentence: "If you love me, praise me." How do you say "If you love me"? a. amabo te. b. saepe me amas. c. si me amat. d. si me amatis. e. saepe me amat.
The same English sentence as in 3 above: " If you love me, praise me." How do you say "praise me" a. laudas me b. laudatis me c. lauda me d. laudate me e. laudant te f. laudo me
What is the conjugation of the verb "to praise"? a. first b. first person c. imperative d. second person
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