Latin Perfect Tense

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These are the Latin irregular perfect tenses.

Present (singular)

Perfect (singular
plural)

appāret
(s/he appears)

appāruit
(s/he appeared)
appāruērunt
(they appeared)

dīcit
(she says)

dixit
(she said)
dīxērunt
(they said)

discēdit
(she leaves)

discessit
(she left)
discessērunt
(they left)

facit
(she does or makes)

fēcit
(she did or made)
fēcērunt
(they did or made)

capit
(she takes)

cēpit
(she took)
cēpērunt
(they took)

venit
(she comes)

vēnit
(she came)
vēnērunt
(they came)

stat
(she stands)

stetit
(she stood)
stetērunt
(they stood)

dat
(she gives)

dedit
(she gave)
dedērunt
(they gave)

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