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Fourth Conjugation Verbs Posted by on Nov 26, 2009 in Latin Language

Fourth conjugation verbs are characterized by the vowel ī and the īre ending of the present active infinitive. Today we’ll look at fourth conjugation verbs that have the suffix vī in the perfect tense. Verbs in this pattern are considered to be “regular”.

We’ll be starting with the verb audīre = to hear.

In the present active indicative:

audiō

audīs

audit

audīmus

audītis

audiunt

In the present passive indicative:

audior

audiris

auditur

audimur

audimini

audiuntur

 

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