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Latin Verb Endings. By Benjamin Rasmussen. Present. Singular: o, s, t Plural: mus, tis, nt Translation: Happening in the present Use 2nd Principal Part (infinitive) Example: paro, parare, paravi, paratus Take parare, drop the -are, and add the ending. Imperfect. Singular: bam, bas, bat

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Latin verb endings

Latin Verb Endings

By Benjamin Rasmussen


Present
Present

  • Singular: o, s, t

  • Plural: mus, tis, nt

    Translation: Happening in the present

    Use 2nd Principal Part (infinitive)

    Example: paro, parare, paravi, paratus

    Take parare, drop the -are, and add the ending


Imperfect
Imperfect

  • Singular: bam, bas, bat

  • Plural: bamus, batis, bant

    Translation: Happening in the past

    Use 2nd Principal Part (infinitive)

    Example: paro, parare, paravi, paratus

    Take parare, drop the -are and add the ending


Perfect
Perfect

1st/2nd conjugation:

  • Singular: i, isti it

  • Plural: imus, istis, erunt

    3rd/4th conjugation:

  • Singular: ero, eris, erit

  • Plural: erimus, eritis, erint


Perfect tense continued
Perfect tense (continued)

Translation: Happened in the past

Use 3nd Principal Part

Example: paro, parare, paravi, paratus

Take paravi, drop the I, and add the ending.


Future
Future

1st/2nd Conjugation:

  • Singular: bo, bis bit

  • Plural: bimus, bitis, bunt

    3rd/4th Conjugation:

  • Singular: am, es, et

  • Plural: emus, etis, ent


Future tense continued
Future tense (continued)

Translation: will, shall, going to

Use 3rd Principal Part

Example: paro, parare, paravi, paratus

Take paravi, drop the I, and add the ending


Pluperfect
Pluperfect

  • Singular: eram, eras, erat

  • Plural: eramus, eratis, erant

    Translation: Action happening before another action in the future

    Use 3rd Principal Part

    Example: paro, parare, paravi, paratus

    Take paravi, drop the I, and add the ending


Future perfect
Future Perfect

  • Singular: ero, eris, erit

  • Plural: erimus, eritis, erint

    Translation: Will have happened in the future

    Use 3rd Principal Part

    Example: paro, parare, paravi, paratus

    Take paravi, drop the I, and add the ending



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