Latin Verbs

Our Latin verbs we looked at were struo, struere, struxi, and structus. Then we narrowed it down to struere and structus. Then we took off the infinitive suffix ‘ere’ and the supine suffix ‘us’ and got ‘stru(e)’ and ‘struct’. They both mean to build or construct and they are twin bases because they are spelled differently.

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