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Latin Conjugations Perfect Stem Worksheets

This is the second part of a series I have been doing on conjugating Latin Verbs.  You can read part one here. If you're a part of Classical Conversations, these worksheets correspond to the memory work from Cycle 2 of the Foundations program, or the Henle I lesson 15. Latin conjugations that are formed with the perfect stem are the indicative (mood) active (voice) tenses of Perfect (the past), Pluperfect (the past of the past), and Future Perfect (the past of the future).

Latin Conjugations Perfect Stem

Latin Conjugations Perfect Tense

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I've been working through these worksheets with my 6th grader.  If she can start to become comfortable with the way verbs are built, then as she approaches them in the Henle book in Challenge A, she will have no trouble adjusting to the work that comes her way.  The purpose of the activity is to build muscle memory of these conjugations.  So often I find myself working through the Henle 1 text and passing the little assignments that say, "Memorize #134 in the grammar."  It's very easy to look at the concept in the grammar book, and then move on to the exercise because that is what I'm supposed to do to finish the assignment for the week, and that's what's important right?!  Finishing assignments?

No!  I truly desire to learn the language, so I need to practice these basics so that when I get to later lessons that don't isolate each of the verb tenses, I won't be constantly guessing at which form that verb is in.

To truly understand what is going on in these worksheets, go back and read the basics of Latin verbs here.  Each set of these worksheets have isolated one tense (Perfect, Pluperfect, or Future Perfect), one mood (indicative) and one voice (active).

The Perfect Stem

Latin verbs are given with four principle parts.  The perfect stem is found in the third principle part.

four principle parts of verbs

You will want to learn all four of these words as you study the vocabulary because if you have those principle parts, you can build any of the variations mentioned above.  The perfect stem is what we will focus on here, and it will build the forms of your verbs in the Perfect Tense, Pluperfect Tense, and Future Perfect Tense.

Latin Conjugations Perfect Stem

Perfect Tense Conjugations

1st Conjugation Verbs Perfect Tense

Pluperfect Tense

Latin Verbs Pluperfect Tense

Future Perfect Tense

1st Conjugation Verbs Future Perfect Tense (1)

Download these free PDF worksheets here!

 

Want more Latin resources?  Check out the Present Stem verbs worksheets, or the Noun Declension worksheets.

1st Conjugation Verbs (1)

Latin Noun Declension Worksheets

 

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19 Comments

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  2. Sara on December 7, 2015 at 12:46 pm

    These are wonderful worksheets! My son and I are just using paper to practice our conjugations and declensions, but I’ve often thought worksheets would help. Thanks for sharing. 🙂

  3. Dee Dee on May 17, 2017 at 4:03 am

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  4. Connie on October 18, 2017 at 12:38 am

    Hi, the link for your perfect tense reference sheet doesn’t seem to work. It takes me to your present tense reference sheet.

    • Betsy on October 18, 2017 at 10:32 am

      Sorry about that! I just fixed the link. Enjoy!

      • Rebecca Pfeifer on September 1, 2018 at 1:12 pm

        The link is inaccurate again. I’m trying to download perfect tense but it takes me to your present tense reference sheet again. Please help!

        • Betsy on September 1, 2018 at 5:33 pm

          Now it should work! Enjoy!

  5. Jamie on June 27, 2018 at 6:56 am

    We have been with CC 4 years now. We are just going into our 5th and starting Essentials this fall. After attending Practicum a few weeks ago I am excited and scared about the Latin. This morning I am thrilled that I found your site. I feel I am ready to start this journey with my oldest. I am sure she will grasp it all way faster than I BUT I am going to try to go along for the ride too. THANK YOU! Your worksheets are going to be such a blessing.

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