The Latin verbs used are best placed in the imperative mood. The most frequently used are:

Adde (add)

Misce

(mix)

Divide (divide)

Recipe

(take)

Fac (make)

Signa

(write)

Filtra (filter)

Solve

(dissolve)

These, of course, take their objects in the accusative case, but after divide, in (into) with the accusative should be written. Fiat (let be made (singular)), and Fiant (let be made (plural)), subjunctives, are occasionally used in place of Fac. These verbs should be followed by the nominative.