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Second Conjugation With Reduplicated ī Posted by on Aug 29, 2009 in Latin Language

Today’s verb will be a second conjugation with a reduplicated ī in the perfect tense. First we’ll look at the active present indicative of the verb.

spondēre = to promise, to vow

spondeō

spondēs

spondet

spondēmus

spondētis

spondent

Next is the present passive indicative.

spondeor

spondēris

spondētur

spondēmur

spondēminī

spondēntur

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