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How do you know what conjugation a verb belongs to?. Look at the 2 nd PP! 1 st -āre 2 nd -ēre 3 rd /3 rd -io -ere 4 th -īre. What are the present tense vowels for 3 rd and 4 th conjugation?. I O U pet ō pet i mus

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Look at the 2nd PP!

1st -āre

2nd -ēre

3rd/3rd-io -ere

4th -īre

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IOU

petō petimus

petis petitis

petit petunt

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hAm & Eggs

petam petēmus

petēs petētis

petet petent

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BO, BIS, BIT

amābō amābimus

amābis amābitis

amābit amābunt

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4th PP!

petō, petere, petīvī, petitum

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verb-ed

having been verb-ed

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2 or 3 ablative words set off from the rest of the sentence

      • (adjective) noun and PPP
      • (adjective) noun and PAP
      • (adjective) noun and noun
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With the nounhaving been verb-ed

Signōdātō

With the signalhaving been given

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With the nounverbing

Puerōclamānte

With the boyshouting

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With noun as noun

Caesareduce

With the Caesar as leader

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Add -ior (m/f) or -ius (n) to the base

clāra

→ clār-

→ clārior

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Add -issimus, a, um to the base

clāra

→ clār-

→ clārissimus

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Add -rimus, a, um to the -er form

pulcher

→ pulcherrimus

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Add -ē to the base

clāra

→ clār-

→ clārē

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Add -(i)ter to the base

fortis

→ fort-

→ fortiter

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Use the neuter nominative singular adjective.

celerior, celerius

→ celerius