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Back to Third Conjugation Verbs Posted by on Oct 12, 2009 in Latin Language

Today’s third conjugation verbs will be those that have the suffix -i and vowel lengthening in the perfect tense.

In the active form:

legere – to collect, to read

legō

legis

legit

legimus

legitis

legunt

In the passive:

legor

legeris

legitur

legimur

legiminī

leguntur

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