By E. C. Woodcock
This publication all started as a chain of notes on Latin syntax drafted on the request of Professor W. H. Semple of Manchester for the aim of standardizing the educating to the varied sections of the then huge Intermediate type. those notes were supplemented by means of sections of extra complicated dialogue drawn from lectures on old Latin syntax to Honours sessions.
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Cum se spune? = Cum spunem? How do we Cum se traduce? = Cum traducem? translate? Cum se scrie? = Cum scriem? How do we write? Cum se cere? = Cum cerem? How do we ask for? 4 The subjunctive In Romanian a special form of the verb is used in the third person in phrases which are linked by the word să. In most cases să is translated in English by to. This special form of the verb is known technically as the subjunctive and it differs from the nonsubjunctive (so-called indicative) forms which you have met up to now only in the third person.
Am nevoie de Porter tichet, nu-i aşa? Trecătorul Aşa este. Luaţi de la chioşc. Este un chioşc înainte de hotel. Staţi la coadă şi luaţi un carnet de tichete. E mai simplu. Mulţumesc foarte mult. Porter Listen to, or read, the dialogue carefully and answer the questions. Tick in the box where there is a choice. You can still do the exercise if you haven't got the recording. a What is the first thing Mr Porter asks the passerby? b What is the first thing the passerby asks Mr Porter? c How long does it take Mr Porter to walk to the station?
The reflexive pronouns in Romanian are: ne ourselves mă myself te yourself vă yourselves, yourself se himself, herself, itself se themselves It is the form se that appears in the to form of all reflexive verbs. Thus to wash oneself is a se spăla. b You must take care to use the appropriate reflexive pronoun, the one that matches I, you, he, she, it, we and they, You already know these forms in Romanian from Unit 4. Here they are again, beside the reflexive pronouns: eumă tute el se ea se noi ne voi (dumneavoastră) vă ei se ele se Note that el, ea, ei, ele all take the same reflexive form se.