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U1 L4

What three tenses make up the Present System? What are they built on? present, imperfect, future tenses are built on the present stem.
The four main forms for each verb are called…. principal parts
The principal parts of a verb provide the ___ needed to conjugate that verb in all of its tenses. stems
Name the first two principal parts of amo. amo amare
What is the 2nd principal part of amo and what is it called? amare; the 2nd principal part is called the infinitive.
The ___ is used to identify the conjugation a verb belongs to. infinitive
A verb whose infinitive ends in ___ belongs to the 1st conjugation. are
Infinitive means…. to + the verb
What is the official way to find the stem of a first conjugation verb is…. drop the re from the infinitive
How many forms of amp are there and are they all in the dictionary? 18; no
Created by: rachelebrady