I have two questions regarding the lesson LXVIII of the book,
http://www.textkit.com/files/BLD_Latin_ ... f#page=177
First in the Appendix the conjugation of the verb FÄ«Å (see the link bellow) hasnâ€™t the forms of the first and second person of the plural in the present active. I presume that means that they donâ€™t exist. Do the other tenses and moods have these forms?
http://www.textkit.com/files/BLD_Latin_ ... f#page=269
The second question is about the difference of the subjunctive of propose and the subjunctive of result. I guess that in most cases the context tells us what is the situation, but in very simple phrases I donâ€™t see how it is possible to know which is used. Like:
â€œPugnÅ ut uicamâ€
Could this mean both â€œI fight to conquerâ€ (propose) and â€œI fight so I conquerâ€ (result)?
Or in this case I would have to write â€œsÄ«câ€ to make it a result clause?
Finally if I did write â€œsÄ«câ€ where should it be in the phrase?
â€œPugnÅ sÄ«c ut uicamâ€ or â€œSÄ«c pugnÅ ut uicamâ€?
As I said it I presume that in most cases the context clarify it, I only asking to know if Iâ€™m missing something.
Best regards and thanks for any help.