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07_07 - T th07.07 The 3rd Conjugation Now its time to...

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T th07.07 The 3 rd Conjugation Now it’s time to review 3rd conjugation! First, fill in the following chart. These verbs will be used in the translation sentences below. “Cedunt” has been given to you as an example. ***The key to determining the verb conjugation (the first column) is knowing the first two principal parts. You can find a verb’s principal parts in the dictionary or your vocabulary lists. For the first conjugation the first principal part ends in -o and the second principal ends in -are. So the sign of the first conjugation is –o, -are. For the second conjugation the first principal part ends in -eo and the second principal ends in -ere. So the sign of the second conjugation is -eo, -ere. For the third conjugation the first principal part ends in -o and the second principal ends in -ere. So the sign of the third conjugation is -o, -ere For The fourth conjugation the first principal part ends in -o and the second principal ends in -ire. So the sign of the fourth conjugation is -o, -ire
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