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Subjunctive Verbs

Subjunctive Verbs: Identify the tense of these subjunctive forms

Latin VerbTense of the Subjunctive
iungat present
amaverit perfect
ornemus present
sit present
conatus sit perfect
aptaverimus perfect
gratularentur imperfect
urgeamus present
haberet imperfect
arderet imperfect
arderet imperfect
amatus sit perfect
ornatus esset pluperfect
iungerent imperfect
ponat present
poneret imperfect
fremamus present
fremeret imperfect
aptet present
aptarent imperfect
aptaptus esset pluperfect
ames present
urgeremus imperfect
ursisset pluperfect
the verb has a vowel change/addition present
the infinitive has an ending added imperfect
"eri" is used with the 3rd form perfect
a form of "sim" is used with the fourth part perfect
"sse" is used with the third part pluperfect
a form of "essem" is used with the fourth part pluperfect
Created by: magistra