Latin Conjugation - Personal Endings

Personal Endings

Personal endings are used in all tenses. The present, imperfect, future, pluperfect and future perfect use the same personal endings in the active voice. However, the perfect, pluperfect and future perfect do not have personal endings in the passive voice as these are formed by a participle and part of esse. The perfect uses its own personal endings in the active voice.

Active voice Passive voice
Singular Plural Singular Plural
Present tense, etc. First person –ō, –m –mus –or, –r –mur
Second person –s –tis –ris –minī
Third person –t –nt –tur –ntur
Perfect First person –ī –imus
Second person –istī –istis
Third person –it –ērunt / -ēre

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