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Latin 2nd Conjugation Verbs

Learn the Paradigms to Conjugate Latin Verbs of the Second Conjugation

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    See conjugation of sum.
    For the difference between Subjunctive and Indicative, see Latin Verb Moods.
    For the differences among the tenses (present, past, future, etc.), see Latin Verb Tenses.

Principal parts for 2nd conjugation verb habere, to have, to hold, to possess

habeo, habere, habui, habitus.

Infinitives
Active Voice

  • Present - habere
  • Perfect - habuisse
  • Future - habiturus esse

Passive Voice

  • Present - haberi
  • Perfect -habitus esse
  • Future - habitum iri

Participles
Active

  • Present - habens
  • Future - habiturus

Passive

  • Perfect - habitus
  • Future -habendus

INDICATIVE MOOD

Active Voice

Present Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habeo habemus
2 habes habetis
3 habet habent

Imperfect Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habebam habebamus
2 habebas habebatis
3 habebat habebant

Future Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habebo habebimus
2 habebis habebitis
3 habebit habebunt

Perfect Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habui habuimus
2 habuisti habuistis
3 habuit habuerunt

Pluperfect Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habueram habueramus
2 habueras habueratis
3 habuerat habuerant

Future Perfect Tense Active Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habuero habuerimus
2 habueris habueritis
3 habuerit habuerint

Passive Voice

Present Tense Passive Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habeor habemur
2 haberis habemini
3 habetur habentur

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habebar habebamur
2 habebaris habebamini
3 habebatur habebantur

Future Tense Passive Voice Indicative Mood

Singular Plural
1 habebor habebimur
2 habeberis habebimini
3 habebitur habebuntur

(The perfect tense is a tense showing completed action. That is the meaning of "perfect" in terms of tenses. Imperfect means incomplete. A future perfect is an action that will have been completed at some point in the future.)

Perfect - habitus sum etc.
Pluperfect - habitus eram etc.
Future Perfect -habitus ero etc.

SUBJUNCTIVE MOOD

Active Voice

Present Tense Active Voice Subjunctive Mood

Singular Plural
1 habeam habeamus
2 habeas habeatis
3 habeat habeant

Imperfect Tense Active Voice Subjunctive Mood

Singular Plural
1 haberem haberemus
2 haberes haberetis
3 haberet haberent

Perfect Tense Active Voice Subjunctive Mood

Singular Plural
1 habuerim habuerimus
2 habueris habueritis
3 habuerit habuerint

Pluperfect Tense Active Voice Subjunctive Mood

Singular Plural
1 habuissem habuissemus
2 habuisses habuissetis
3 habuisset habuissent

Passive Voice

Present Tense Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood

Singular Plural
1 habear habeamur
2 habearis habeamini
3 habeatur habeantur

Imperfect Tense Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood

Singular Plural
1 haberer haberemur
2 habereris haberemini
3 haberetur haberentur

Perfect Tense Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood - habitus sim
Pluperfect Tense Passive Voice Subjunctive Mood - habitus essem

Imperative Mood
Active Voice

  • Present Tense

2d person - habe habete

  • Future Tense

2d person - habeto habetote
3d person - habeto habento

Passive Voice

  • Present Tense

2d person - habere habemini

  • Future Tense

3d person - habetor habentor

Latin First Conjugation

Latin Third Conjugation

Latin Fourth Conjugation

What Do the Tenses Mean?

Paradigms for the Regular Latin Verbs

Paradigms for the Irregular Verbs

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