VERBS II. Conjugations. The IV Conjugations. A conjugation is a group of verbs which are conjugated in the same regular way. If you can conjugate one verb in a particular conjugation, you can conjugate any of them.
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Verbs of the third conjugation have a short “e” as their stem vowel.
The second principle part, the present active infinitive, of a third conjugation verb ends in
Besides the long mark in the second principle part, second and third conjugation verbs can be distinguished by inspection of the first principle part, which only ends in “–eo” in the second conjugation.
The short “-e-” changes to “-i-” when we conjugate the verb.
There is a special class of third conjugation verbs whose first principle part, the first person singular present active indicative ends in “-io,” though the second principle part, the present active infinitive, ends in the short “-ere.”
These verbs are conjugated like 4th conjugation verbs, despite their infinitive.