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Third Conjugation Verbs with Suffix vī in the Perfect Tense Posted by on Sep 19, 2009 in Latin Language

Verbs like petere (to seek, to attack) are an example of third conjugation verbs that have the vī suffix in the perfect tense.

In the present active indicative:

petō

petis

petit

petimus

petitis

petunt

In the present passive indicative:

petor

peteris

petitur

petimur

petiminī

petuntur

 

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