There are 4 main conjugations of Latin verbs, in addition to several irregular verbs and sets of irregulars.
Latin 1st conjugation verbs, like the Latin 1st declension nouns, are marked by the vowel "a". The infinitive ending for the first conjugation is "-are."
The 4 principal parts of a first conjugation verb have the following endings: -o, -are, -avi, -atus. A typical verb is laudo (praise): laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatus.
Index of Quick Tips on Latin Verbs
- Types of Latin Verbs
- Latin Words - Where Do You Add on Endings?
- Latin Supine
- What Are the Latin Verb Endings?
- How Do You Form the Latin Imperative?
- What Are the 6 Latin Infinitives?
- Latin Verbs - Internal Thematic Vowel
- Latin Verbs - Person and Number
- Latin Verbs - Sequence of Tenses in Indirect Discourse
- Passive Periphrastic