Story: Ubi es? Quō is?
The irregular verb eō, īre
In the last chapter, you saw the irregular verb sum. Eō is another important irregular verb in Latin. In the present tense, it looks like this:
|1st person||eō = I go||īmus = we go|
|2nd person||is = you go||ītis = y'all go|
|3rd person||it = he, she, it goes||eunt = they go|
The next story will feature this verb.
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stant. Ubi sunt? Sunt in silvā.
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