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First Conjugation Quiz Posted by on Dec 21, 2009 in Latin Language

In the last post, we looked at the verb portāre (to carry, to bring) in the imperfect tense. Now let’s see if you remember conjugating this verb in the active and passive indicative present tense for the verb vetāre (to forbid, to prohibit). Your job is to fill in the letters marked by blanks. The answers will be in the next post.

First the present indicative active:

vet_

veta_

_____

_etā_us

v___tis

vet___

In the present passive indicative:

__t__

vetā___

ve_ā_u_

vet____

vetā_i__

vet_n_ur

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