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Latin Vocab. 9.22.09

I love/like (1st part) amo
to love/like (2nd part) amare
I have loved/liked (3rd part) amavi
having been loved/liked (4th part) amatus
I praise (1st part) laudo
to praise (2nd part) laudare
I have praised (3rd part) laudavi
having been praised (4th part) laudatus
I watch/look at (1st part) specto
to watch/look at (2nd part) spectare
I have watched/looked at (3rd part) spectavi
having been watched/looked at (4th part) spectatus
I prepare (1st part) paro
to prepare (2nd part) parare
I have prepared (3rd part) paravi
having been prepared (4th part) paratus
I carry (1st part) porto
to carry (2nd part) portare
I have carried (3rd part) portavi
having been carried (4th part) portatus
I work (1st part) laboro
to work (2nd part) laborare
I have worked (3rd part) laboravi
having been worked (4th) laboratus
he/she/it was; there was erat
they were; there were erant
Created by: jamersontd