Perfect Tense (Passive)
Like the perfect active, the perfect passive can refer to a completed action either in the past or present:
|portatus sum||I was carried
|or||I have been carried
The perfect passive of a verb is formed by placing its past passive participle (“PPP”) before a present form of the verb sum (I am).
The participle will change its ending according to gender and number, e.g.
|aqua statim portata est.|
|The water was carried at once.|
|pueri in via capti sunt.|
|The boys were taken in the street.|