In this activity, you will see a Latin verb, and you are to give a correct translation of that verb, according to its tense and personal ending (I, you, he/she/it, etc). Some may be infinitives or imperatives. I also encourage you to play the other way around - look at the English translation first, and then form the Latin verb. Keep those minds sharp! Notes: To streamline things, present tense will always be translated simply (e.g. "I walk", not "I am walking"). Imperfect t…

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  • amamus

    we love

    putant

    they think

    agere

    to do

    vide!

    see!

    docemini

    y'all are taught

    audior

    I am heard

    capitur

    he/she/it is taken

    venite!

    come!

    cupiuntur

    they are wanted

    deleo

    I destroy

    dicit

    he/she/it says

    discedimus

    we depart

    relinquimur

    we are abandoned

    das

    you give

    doletis

    y'all are grieving

    duceris

    you are led

    noli expectare!

    don't wait!

    fugere

    to flee

    habeo

    I have

    habito

    I live

    iacet

    he/she/it lies

    intellegi

    to be understood

    iubent

    they order

    liberamur

    we are freed

    manete!

    stay!

    mittis

    you send

    narratur

    he/she/it is told

    navigāre

    to sail

    occidunt

    they kill

    ostenditis

    y'all show

    paramus

    we prepare

    para!

    prepare

    petuntur

    they are sought

    pono

    I put

    pugnat

    he/she/it fights

    servaris

    you are saved

    solēre

    to be accostomed

    est

    he/she/it is

    sumus

    we are

    sunt

    they are

    possum

    I am able

    potes

    you are able

    potestis

    y'all are able

    nolite tangere!

    don't touch!

    tenentur

    they are held

    times

    you are afraid

    vincimus

    we conquer

    vocor

    I am called

    amabat

    he/she/it was loving

    faciebam

    I was making

    putabas

    you were thinking

    videbant

    they were seeing

    docebamur

    we were being taught

    audiebamus

    we were hearing

    capiebamini

    y'all were being taken

    veniebat

    he/she/it was coming

    ambulabam

    I was walking

    cupiebas

    you were wanting

    delebantur

    they were being destroyed

    ducebatis

    y'all were leading

    relinquebar

    I was being abandoned

    dabamus

    we were giving

    expectabas

    you were waiting

    fugiebat

    he/she/it was fleeing

    habebatis

    y'all were having

    habitabant

    they were living

    intellegebamur

    we were being understood

    iubebamini

    y'all were being ordered

    liberabatur

    he/she/it was being freed

    manebamus

    we were staying

    mittebar

    I was being sent

    narrabas

    you were telling

    navigabant

    they were sailing

    occidebatur

    he/she/it was being killed

    parabamus

    we were preparing

    petebatis

    y'all were seeking

    ponebant

    they were putting

    pugnabam

    I was fighting

    servabamur

    we were being saved

    stabat

    he/she/it was standing

    vincebantur

    they were being conquered

    vocabaris

    you were being called

    eram

    I was

    poterat

    he/she/it was able

    eramus

    we were

    poterant

    they were able

    amabo

    I will love

    agam

    I will do

    putabit

    he/she/it will thinnk

    videbitis

    y'all will see

    docebuntur

    they will be taught

    audies

    you will hear

    capient

    they will take

    veniet

    he/she/it will come

    cupiemus

    we will want

    delebimini

    y'all will be destroyed

    dicent

    they will say

    discedam

    I will depart

    relinquetur

    he/she/it will be abandoned

    dabuntur

    they will be given

    duces

    you will lead

    expectabimus

    we will wait

    fugietis

    y'all will flee

    habebit

    he/she/it will have

    habitabimus

    we will live

    intelleges

    you will understand

    iubebor

    I will be ordered

    liberabuntur

    they will be freed

    mittet

    he/she/it will send

    occidar

    I will be killed

    navigabo

    I will sail

    ostendam

    I will show

    paraberis

    you will be prepared

    pugnabimus

    we will fight

    servabimini

    y'all will be saved

    timebunt

    they will be afraid

    vocaberis

    you will be called

    vincemus

    we will conquer

    eris

    you will be

    erunt

    they will be

    erit

    he/she/it will be

    poterimus

    we will be able

    potero

    I will be able

    capere

    to take

    amāri

    to be loved

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