GCSE Latin: Indicative Passive Imperfect

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Imperfect Tense (Passive)

Like the imperfect active, there are multiple ways to translate the imperfect passive:

portabar I was being carried
I used to be carried
I was carried

The tense is formed in the same way as the imperfect active, but using the standard passive endings (-r, -ris, -tur, -mur, -mini, -ntur).

Imperfect Tense (Indicative Passive)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
singular 1st port-abar mon-ebar reg-ebar aud-iebar cap-iebar
2nd port-abaris mon-ebaris reg-ebaris aud-iebaris cap-iebaris
3rd port-abatur mon-ebatur reg-ebatur aud-iebatur cap-iebatur
plural 1st port-abamur mon-ebamur reg-ebamur aud-iebamur cap-iebamur
2nd port-abamini mon-ebamini reg-ebamini aud-iebamini cap-iebamini
3rd port-abantur mon-ebantur reg-ebantur aud-iebantur cap-iebantur