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FF One 021 Lesn VIII

First Form One 021 - Lesson VIII - First Conjugation - Perfect Tense

How do you find the "perfect stem" of a verb? The perfect stem is found by dropping the personal ending -i from the third principal part.
For a Latin verb, what does "perfect" mean? For a Latin verb, "perfect" means "completed".
What kind of action does the perfect tense describe? The perfect tense describes a one-time action completed in the past.
How do you form the perfect tense? The perfect tense is formed by adding the perfect tense endings to the perfect stem.
What are the perfect tense endings? The perfect tense endings are -i, -isti, -it, -imus, -istis, -erunt.
Using "to love", what are the three English translations for the perfect tense? I loved, I have loved, I did love.
What are the grammatical names for "I loved", for "I did love" and for "I have loved"? I loved is the simple past, I did love is the emphatic past, and I have loved is the present perfect.
What kind of actions does the present perfect tense in English describe? The present perfect tense in English describes either an action of no definite time in the past or one completed in the present.
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