GCSE Latin: Indicative Passive Present


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Present Tense (Passive)

Like the present active, the present passive of a Latin verb can be translated simply, e.g. “I am carried,” or continuously, e.g. “I am being carried.”

The present passive uses the standard passive endings (-r, -ris, -tur, -mur, -mini, -ntur).

Present Tense (Indicative Passive)
1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th
singular 1st port-or mon-eor reg-or aud-ior cap-ior
2nd port-aris mon-eris reg-iris aud-iris cap-iris
3rd port-atur mon-etur reg-itur aud-itur cap-itur
plural 1st port-amur mon-emur reg-imur aud-imur cap-imur
2nd port-amini mon-emini reg-imini aud-imini cap-imini
3rd port-antur mon-entur reg-untur aud-iuntur cap-iuntur