This is the ultimate review guide to Latin verbs!
After years of watching students struggle to look up verb endings in dissatisfactory textbook glossaries, I created this based on student input.
Part I is a 1st person singular synopsis with English translations and footnotes to help recall the formation patterns. Indicative, Subjunctive, Participle, Infinitive and Imperative. Part II is a synopsis-style verb formation reference chart.
Some students will find Part I more helpful, while others will gravitate towards Part II. I have students keep this in clear plastic sleeves in their binder, and I keep a few extras around the classroom for quick reference. Getting the form wrong while translating is no longer an option!
This guide is great for review in 2nd year or above. It might be overwhelming to students still unfamiliar with some forms.
To avoid any formatting or macron troubles, I'm sharing a PDF version. If you purchase and would like a .doc version, please contact me and I will send to you directly.