When you parse a Latin verb, you list the following:
Two of the characteristics of Latin verbs are person and number.
You can tell from the verb's ending whether the subject of a Latin verb is singular or plural. That is its number.
Also from the ending on the verb, you can identify whether the verb is in the first, second and third (or 1, 2, and 3) person.
- The singular first person is "I,"
- the second person is "you," and
- third person is "he," "she," or "it."
- The plural first person is "we,"
- the second person is "you" (plural), and
- the third person is "they."
See Verb Endings.