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Wheelock Caput XII Perfect Active all verbs
Perfect Indicative Active laudāv-ī īsti dux-it imus fu-istis ērunt
Pluperfect Indicative Active Indicative (had) laudāv-eram erās dux-erat erāmus fu-erātis erant
Future Perfect Indicative Active laudāv-erō eris dux-erit ērimus fu-ēritis erint
Principal Parts amōamareamāviamātum cogitō errō servō superỏ tolerō vocō culpō cenō iuvō supero necō
Principal Parts amōamareamāviamātum mūtō appellō demostrō vitō expectō adiuvō nāvigō recītō liberō parō prōnūntiō
Principal Parts amōamareamāviamātum dēlectō labōrō narrō negō putō sperō invītō probō dēdicō praestō pugnō
Principal Parts amōamareamāviamātum dubitō rogō recūsō spectō imperō curō oblectō ōrō ambulō oppugnō explicō
Principal parts second conjugation Group A—evi verbs deleōdēlēredēlēvidēlētumdestroy impleōimplēreimplēviimplētumfill, satisfy, fulfill expleō compleō repleō
Group B --ui pāreō vipārērepāruīparitumobey/appear carēo vicarērecaruīcaritumlack cēnseōcēnsērecēnsuīcēnsumthink, estimate appraise exercēoexercēreexercuīexercitumtrain habeōhabērehabuīhabitumhave dēbeōdebēredēbuīdēbitumowe adhibēo cohibēo exhibēo inhibēo prohibēo praebēo adhibēreadhibuīadhibitumsummon restrain exhibit restrain hinder offer
More Group B -- ui pateō vipatērepatuī---lie open placeō viplacēreplacuīplease (+dative) teneō attineō detineō obtineō pertineō retineō tenēretenuītentus persist pertain
terreō abterreō deterreō exterreō perterreō terrēreterruīterritumfrighten timeōtimēretimuī---fear doceōdocēredocuīdoctumteach valeōvalērevaluīvalitūrusto be worth
No Pattern dōdarededīdatumgive stōstārestetīstatumstand videōvidērevīdīvīsumsee remaneōremanēreremansīremānsumremain agōagereēgiāctumlead, do mittōmitteremīsīmissumsend scriboscriberescrīpsīscrīptumwrite vīvoviverevīxīvīctumlive sentiōsentīresēnsīsēnsumfeel, perceive veniōvenīrevēnīventumcome
invēniōinvenīreinvēnīinventumfind faciōfacerefēcifactumdo, make fugiōfūgerefūgifugitumflee, avoid dicōdīceredīxīdictumsay vincōvīncerevīcivictumconquer
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