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Title: Conjugating a Fourth Conjugation Verb


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Conjugating a Fourth Conjugation Verb
  • audio amire audivi auditus

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All About Verbs Each verb has 4 principal parts
audio
audire
audivi
auditus
First Person Singular Present ActiveI love
Present active Infinitive To love
First Person SingularPerfect ActiveI have loved

Perfect Passive ParticipleHaving been loved
3
Finding the Present Stem
Find the second principal part of the verb.
audire
audivi
auditus
audio
The present stem is the second principal part
re.
audire
- re

audi
4
Present Active Tense
The present active tense Present Stem Present
Active Endings




Singular
Plural
First Person
mus
we
o
I
tis
you
Second Person
you
s
he, she,it
nt
they
Third Person
t
Present Active Endings
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Present Active



I heardI am heardI do heard
First Person
We heardWe are heardWe do heard
audi
o
audi
mus
Second Person
You heardYou are heardYou do heard
You heardYou are heardYou do heard
audi
tis
audi
s
He heardHe is heardHe did heard
Third Person
They heardThey are heardThey do heard
audi
t
audiu
nt
Nota Bene There is a un in the third person
plural.
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Present Passive Tense
The present passive tense Present Stem
Present Passive Endings




Singular
Plural
First Person
mur
we
or
I
mini
you
Second Person
you
ris
he, she,it
ntur
they
Third Person
tur
Present Passive Endings
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Present Passive



We are heard
I am heard
First Person
audi
or
audi
mur
Second Person
You are heard
audi
mini
audi
ris
You are heard
He is heard
They are heard
Third Person
audi
tur
audiu
ntur
Nota Bene There is a u in the third person
plural.
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Imperfect Tense
Present Stem
BA
Present Endings
Nota Bene In the imperfect an e is inserted
before the ba
Imperfect Active
Imperfect Passive












audie
ba
m
I heard
audie
ba
r
I was heard
audie
ba
s
You heard
audie
ba
ris
You were heard
He heard
audie
ba
tur
He was heard
audie
ba
t
We heard
audie
ba
mur
We were heard
audie
mus
ba
You heard
audie
ba
mini
You were heard
audie
ba
tis
They were heard
They heard
audie
ba
ntur
audie
ba
nt
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Future Tense
Present Stem
e
Present Endings
Nota Bene In the first person singular a
replaces the e.
Imperfect Active
Imperfect Passive












I will hear
audi
a
m
audi
a
r
I will be heard
audi
e
s
You will hear
audi
e
ris
You will be heard
He will hear
audi
e
tur
He will be heard
audi
e
t
We will hear
audi
e
mur
We will be heard
audi
mus
e
You will hear
audi
e
mini
You will be heard
audi
e
tis
They will hear
audi
e
ntur
audi
e
nt
They will be heard
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Finding the Perfect Stem
Find the third principal part of the verb.
audivi
audire
auditus
audio
The perfect stem is the second principal part i.
audivi
- i

audiv
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Perfect Active Tense
The present active tense Present Stem Present
Active Endings




Singular
Plural
First Person
imus
we
i
I
istis
you
Second Person
you
isti
he, she,it
erunt
they
Third Person
it
Perfect Active Endings
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First Person
audiv
i
audiv
imus
I heardI have heardI did hear
We heardWe have heardWe did hear
You heardYou have heardYou did hear
Second Person
audiv
istis
audiv
You heardYou have heardYou did hear

isti
Third Person
audiv
it
audiv
erunt
They I heardThey have heardThey did hear
He heardHe has heardHe did hear
Perfect Active
13
Pluperfect Active Tense
Perfect Stem
era
Present Endings
Pluperfect Active






audiv
era
m
I had heard
audiv
era
s
You had heard
audiv
era
t
He had heard
audiv
mus
era
We had heard
You had heard
audiv
era
tis
audiv
era
nt
They had heard
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Future Perfect Active Tense
Perfect Stem
eri
Present Endings
Pluperfect Active






audiv
er
o
I will have heard
audiv
eri
s
You will have heard
audiv
eri
t
He will have heard
audiv
mus
eri
We will have heard
audiv
eri
tis
You will have heard
audiv
eri
nt
They will have heard
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Perfect Passive System
1. Uses the fourth principal part which is called
the perfect passive participle (PPP).
amo, amare, amavi, amatus. -a. -um 2. The
perfect passive participle (PPP) is a verbal
adjective and must agree with the subject of the
sentence. If the subject is puella
(feminine singular), the PPP will be audita.
If the subject is puellae (feminine plural), the
PPP will be auditae. If the subject is vir
(masculine singular), the PPP will be auditus.
If the subject is viri (masculine plural), the
PPP will be auditi. If the subject is
oppidum (neuter singular), the PPP will be
auditum. If the subject is oppida (neuter
plural), the PPP will be audita.
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Present Passive Tense
PPP
Present Tense of Sum
Perfect Passive






Auditus a - um
sum
I have been heard
Auditus a - um
es
You have been heard
Auditus a -um
est
He have been heard
Auditi ae -a
sumus
We have been heard
You have been heard
Auditi ae a
estis
They have been heard
Auditi ae -a
sunt
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Pluperfect Passive Tense
PPP
imperfect Tense of Sum
Pluperfect Passive






auditus a - um
eram
I had been heard
auditus a - um
eras
You had been heard
auditus a -um
erat
He had been heard
auditi ae -a
eramus
We had been heard
You had been heard
auditi ae a
eratis
They had been heard
auditi ae -a
erant
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Future Perfect Passive Tense
PPP
Future Tense of Sum
Future Perfect Passive Tense






auditus a - um
ero
I will have been loved
auditus a - um
eris
You will have been heard
auditus a -um
erit
He will have been heard
auditi ae -a
erimus
We will have been heard
You will have been heard
auditi ae a
eritis
They will have been heard
auditi ae -a
erunt
19
The ______________ tense does not use the present
stem.
a. Future
b. Past Perfect
c. Imperfect
d. Present
next
20
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21
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22
Munire is the ______________ principal part of
the word.
a. First
b. Second
c. Third
d. Fourth
next
23
Correct!!!
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24
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25
Munivisti can be translated _____________
a. You have fortified
b. You were fortified
c. You are fortifying
d. You will fortify
next
26
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27
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28
Munita est can be translated _____________
a. She had been fortified
b. She is fortified
c. She has been fortified
d. She will have been fortified
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Correct!!!
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30
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