A Web of Latin Verb Synopses

Welcome to the synopsis page! You can select any person from any of the four conjugations to practice. You have the choice of doing either drills that take long vowels into account or drills that do not. On the drills that do not test long vowels, simply type everything in lower-case letters. On the drills that do test long vowels, there will be a slight difference from the format required on your printed synopsis sheets: because it isn't possible to produce macrons in HTML, each long vowel must be indicated by a capital letter. Your entry will be marked wrong if any vowel is incorrect.

My thanks to Dr. Jean Alvares of Montclair State University, from whom I pinched the code on which this site was built.

Examples:

  1. If you are using a drill that does not test long vowels, type "debebam" where the sheet asks for 1st person singular, imperfect active indicative. All letters must be lower case. Your answer will be marked incorrect if you type, e.g., DEBEBAM.
  2. If you are using a drill that does test long vowels, type, e.g., "dEbEbam" to show that the stem vowel is long and the -e- before "-bam" is long. You must use lower case for all letters other than long vowels.


Choose the verb you want to practice from the chart below.

Without long vowels With long vowels
First conjugation verbs
   1st person singular of amo, amare
   2nd person singular of servo, servare
   3rd person singular of neco, necare
   1st person singular of amO, amAre
   2nd person singular of servO, servAre
   3rd person singular of necO, necAre
Second conjugation verbs
   1st person singular of deleo, delere
   2nd person singular of moneo, monere
   3rd person singular of moveo, movere
   1st person plural of doceo, docere
   2nd person plural of teneo, tenere
   1st person singular of dEleO, dElEre
   2nd person singular of moneO, monEre
   3rd person singular of moveO, movEre
   1st person plural of doceO, docEre
   2nd person plural of teneO, tenEre
Third conjugation verbs
   1st person singular of mitto, mittere
   2nd person singular of ago, agere
   3rd person singular of duco, ducere
   1st person plural of cogo, cogere
   2nd person plural of pello, pellere
   3rd person plural of tego, tegere
   1st person singular of mittO, mittere
   2nd person singular of agO, agere
   3rd person singular of dUcO, dUcere
   1st person plural of cOgO, cOgere
   2nd person plural of pellO, pellere
   3rd person plural of tegO, tegere
Third conjugation -io verbs
   1st person singular of cupio, cupere
   3rd person singular of rapio, rapere
   1st person plural of capio, capere
   3rd person plural of cupio, cupere
   1st person singular of cupiO, cupere
   3rd person singular of rapiO, rapere
   1st person plural of capiO, capere
   3rd person plural of cupiO, cupere
Fourth conjugation verbs
   1st person singular of audio, audire
   3rd person plural of audio, audire
   1st person singular of audiO, audIre
   3rd person plural of audiO, audIre
Deponent verbs
   3rd person singular of hortor, hortari    3rd person singular of hortor, hortArI

Return to top of page
Return to Dr. Sutherland's home page