If this question is REAL dumb please put it down to being a total Newbie but;
If, "Diana sagittas portat et feras necat" means, "Diana carries arrows & kills wild beasts"
then why is necat not necant ?
The above example is from pg. 18, Lesson IV and is the caption to the page illustration.
I am guessing the answer is; So that the two verbs portat & necat will agree with the subject
"Diana" which is nominative singular and that it looks odd to me because I am wrongly trying
to get necat to agree with "feras" which is (apparently) in the accusative plural.
Am I right??
[I got hung up on this some because the illustration only shows a single "feras" looking like
some kind a monster weasel, IMHO].