In each statement below, you are asked to give a specific form of the underlined word. Select the correct form from the choices given.
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The present subjunctive passive of capitis is
Capitis is the second person plural present indicative active form of the third conjugation i-stem verb capiō. The second person plural present subjunctive passive of this verb is formed by adding the present subjunctive marker -ā- and then the second person plural passive ending -minī to the stem capi-. The correct answer is therefore choice (A), capiāminī. Choice (B), capiēminī, is the future indicative form; choice (C), caperēminī, is the imperfect subjunctive form; and choice (D), capiminī, is the present indicative form.