Conjugating Deponent Verbs (Latin)

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1st & 2nd Conjugation Present Indicative
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Stem of the Infinitive (2nd principle part) + passive endings
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3rd Conjugation Present Indicative
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Stem of the Infinitive (2nd principle part) + endings as follows: (singular) 1-‘or,’ 2-‘eris,’ 3- ‘itur,’ (plural) 1- ‘imur,’ 2- ‘imini,’ 3- ‘untur.’
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4th Conjugation Present Indicative
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Stem of the Infinitive (2nd principle part) + endings as follows: (singular) 1-‘ior,’ 2-‘ieris,’ 3- ‘itur,’ (plural) 1- ‘imur,’ 2- ‘imini,’ 3- ‘iuntur.’
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1st, 2nd, & 4th Conjugation Imperfect Indicative
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Stem of the Infinitive (2nd principle part) + ‘ba’ + passive endings
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3rd Conjugation Imperfect Indicative
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Stem of the Infinitive (2nd principle part) + ‘e’ + ‘ba’ + passive endings
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1st & 2nd Conjugation Future Indicative
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Stem of the Infinitive (2nd principle part) + endings as follows: (singular) 1-‘bor,’ 2-‘beris,’ 3- ‘bitur,’ (plural) 1- ‘bimur,’ 2- ‘bimini,’ 3- ‘buntur.’
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3rd & 4th Conjugation Future Indicative
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Stem of the Infinitive (2nd principle part) + ‘a’ & 5 ‘e’s + passive endings (singular) 1-‘ar,’ 2-‘eris,’ 3- ‘etur,’ (plural) 1- ’emur,’ 2- ’emini,’ 3- ‘entur.’
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Perfect Indicative
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3rd Principle Part + present form of “to be/esse” in the proper number and person This will be two separate words, e.g. “locutus sum” would translate to “I spoke”
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Pluperfect Indicative
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3rd Principle Part + imperfect form of “to be/esse” in the proper number and person This will be two separate words, e.g. “locutus eram” would translate to “I had spoken”
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Future Perfect Indicative
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3rd Principle Part + future form of “to be/esse” in the proper number and person This will be two separate words, e.g. “locutus ero” would translate to “I will have spoken”
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Perfect Subjunctive
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3rd Principle Part + present subjunctive form of “to be/esse” in the proper number and person This will be two separate words, e.g. “locutus sim”
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Pluperfect Subjunctive
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3rd Principle Part + imperfect subjunctive form of “to be/esse” in the proper number and person This will be two separate words, e.g. “locutus essem”

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