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First Conjugation Imperfect Tense Posted by on Dec 18, 2009 in Latin Language

Now that we’ve gone over the first to fourth conjugation in the indicative present in the active and passive, let’s do the imperfect tense. For today’s verb we’ll use portāre (to carry). The tempus imperfectum (imperfect tense) of portāre is the equivalent of saying, “I carried” or “I used to carry” or “I was carrying” in English.

In the indicative active imperfect:

portābam

portābas

portābat

portābāmus

portābātis

portābant

The indicative passive imperfect:

portābar

portābāris

portābātur

portābāmur

portābāminī

portābantur

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