Tutor profile: Kristin M.
Subject: SAT II Latin
Complete the following analogy: amico : amicis :: amas : _____
amico : amicis :: amas : amatis In the first half of the analogy, we see a singular dative or ablative form amico, followed by a plural dative or ablative form amicis. In the second part, we are given the second person singular present active indicative of the verb amo, amare. Since we changed from singular to plural in the first part, it follows that we would keep all else the same and change to the plural in the second part, giving us amatis (the second person plural present active indicative).
Consider line 7 of Catullus 5: "Da mi basia mille" What is the case and use of "mi" in this line?
"Mi", a shortened form of "mihi", is in the dative case as the indirect object of the imperative "da"
Subject: Basic Chemistry
What is the hybridization of H2O?
The central atom in H2O, the oxygen, is sp3 hybridized.
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