Supply the forms of the present particple for the verb amo amāre amāvī amātus (to love). You must note the correct macrons in this form of the exercise. For cases that vary in the neuter, give the masculine/feminine form first, then the neuter. For the ablative, there are two forms. For this exercise, give the adjective form first, the substantive second. Your teacher may have told you that when a participle is used as an adjective, its ablative singular terminates in -ī, when used as a participle or substantive, the ablative singular terminates in -e.
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