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Watched Lecture 2 of 36: Introduction to Third-Conjugation Verbs by Hans-Friedrich Mueller from Latin 101: Learning a Classical Language | The Great Courses
Begin your adventure in Latin verbs with the third conjugation, practicing the present tense indicative of ago (I do). Learn the four principal parts of ago-the key words that allow you to conjugate any form-as well as the imperative endings that permit you to issue commands.
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