There is a separate ending for a singular you and a plural you -- think, "you all". Both are 2nd person. The 3rd person singular default subject is "he", but 3rd person can also be used for a female or a neuter subject.
- First person=I or we
- Second person=you
- Third person=he (she or it) and they.
- The singulars=I, you singular, and he (she or it).
- The plurals=we, you plural, and they.
Verbs can be active, with the subject the agent of the act (e.g., laudo=I praise) or they can be passive, with the subject acted upon (e.g., amatur=he is loved).
Active Singular Endings
- -o, -m
- -or, -r
Perfect Active Endings
Pluperfect Active Endings
Future Perfect Active Endings
Paradigm of a 1st Conjugation Regular Verb
Paradigm of a 2nd Conjugation Regular Verb
Paradigm of a 3rd Conjugation Regular Verb
Paradigm of a 4th Conjugation Regular Verb
Index of Quick Tips on Latin Verbs
- Types of Latin Verbs
- Latin Supine
- Latin Verb Endings
- Latin Imperatives
- Latin Infinitives
- Latin Verbs - Internal Thematic Vowel
- Latin Verbs - Person and Number
- Latin Verbs - Prepositions in Verbs
- Latin Verbs - Sequence of Tenses in Indirect Discourse
- Latin Words - Where Do You Add on Endings?
- Passive Periphrastic