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1st Principal Part: amo: I love
2nd Principal Part: amare: to love
3rd Principal Part: amavi: I loved
4th Principal Part: amatus: loved
Drop the _ from the _ principal part and add the correct ending (are, avi, atus) to write the other principal parts. o from the 1st principal part
The 3rd principal part is the 1st person singular of the ___ tense. perfect
Some verbs have ___ principal parts. irregular
Give the principal parts of do. do, dare, dedi, datus
Give the principal parts of sto. sto, stare, steti, status
Give the principal parts of juvo. juvo, juvare, juvi, jutus
Give the principal parts of lavo. lavo, lavare, lavi, lautus
1st Conjugation Regular Endings: o, are, avi, atus
What does a complementary infinitive do? completes the action of the main verb
Sentence Pattern #2: Subject + Verb + Direct Object
The infinitive is a ___ noun and can be the subject of a verb. verbal
The infinitive ending -are indicates that the verb is ___ conjugation and that it has regular ___ ___. 1st; principal parts
Created by: rachelebrady