Principal Parts of Verbs of First Conjugation Verbs

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Principal Parts of Verbs of First Conjugation Verbs Present Active Indicative Present Active Infinitive

Principal Parts of Verbs of First Conjugation Verbs Present Active Indicative Present Active Infinitive Perfect Active Indicative Perfect Passive Participle Meaning voco vocare vocavi vocatus call First Conjugation Exceptions Present Active Indicative Present Active Infinitive Perfect Active Indicative Perfect Passive Participle Meaning do sto (ad)juvo dare stare (ad)juvare dedi steti (ad)juvi datus status (ad)jutus give stand help

Principal Parts for the Irregular Verb “to be” First Conjugation Exceptions Present Active Indicative

Principal Parts for the Irregular Verb “to be” First Conjugation Exceptions Present Active Indicative Present Active Infinitive Perfect Active Indicative Future Active Participle Meaning sum absum adsum esse abesse adesse fui adfui futurus adfuturus be be absent be present

Second Conjugation Verbs Present Active Indicative Present Active Infinitive Perfect Active Indicative Perfect Passive

Second Conjugation Verbs Present Active Indicative Present Active Infinitive Perfect Active Indicative Perfect Passive Participle Meaning moneo monere monui monitus warn

Second Conjugation Verbs (Page 65) Present Active Indicative Infinitive Perfect Meaning Active Passive Indicative

Second Conjugation Verbs (Page 65) Present Active Indicative Infinitive Perfect Meaning Active Passive Indicative Participle habeo debeo moneo terreo timeo doceo maneo video sedeo respondeo habui debui monui terrui timui docui mansi vidi sedi respondi habere debere monere terrere timere docere manere videre sedere respondere habitus debitus monitus territus -------doctus mansus visus sessus responsus have, hold owe, ought warn, advise frighten fear, be afraid teach remain see sit answer