The Beginner's Latin Exercises. Oral Exercises - Verbs. Active Voice.


Exercise A

  1. Look at the Table of Verbs, and give in order the 3nd Person Singular throughout.
  2. Do the same with the 3rd Person Singular, and so on with the remaining parts.
  3. Say the principal parts of the following Verbs, with their meanings:
  • oro; caveo; jubeo; mitto; vivo; vinco.
  • sto; doceo; tego; lego; pingo; vincio.
  • do; teneo; defendo; edo; posco; punio.
  • domo; video; occido; emo; disco; venio.
  • taceo; deleo; scribo; peto; dico; scio.
  • terreo; fleo; claudo; pono; pasco; aperio.

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Exercise B

  1. Say the 1st and 3nd Person Singular of the Future Indicative and Present Subjunctive of these Verbs.
  2. Say the Present Infinitive, Present Imperative, and Imperfect Subjunctive of the same.
  3. Give the Present Participle and Gerund (ACC and GEN) of the same.

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Exercise C

  1. Say the 1st and 3nd Person Singular of the Perfect Indicative and Perfect Subjunctive of the above Verbs.
  2. Say the Perfect Infinitive of the same.
  3. Give the Supine and Future Participle of the same.

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Exercise D: translate.

  1. orem; orares; orabas; stans; standi; statu; dabis; dedisti; demus; domas; domabitis; domuisses.
  2. cavetis; cavete; cavisse; visurus; vide; videns; doceatis; doceto; docuisti; deleretis; delebunt; delevistis.
  3. pones; ponas; poneres; petivimus; petiturus; petendi; pingis; pingetis; picturus; vicistis; vincemus; vincamus.
  4. vinciam; vinciretis; vinxisti; venitis; venistis; venietis; aperuit; aperuisse; aperturus; scito; sciens; sciendo.

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C.Sherwill Dawe, The Beginner's Latin Exercises Book, 1880, Rivington, Waterloo Place, London; read the book on

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