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Ch 26 A, Regular Verbs: 7 of 7 Present Active, Present Infinitive, Perfect Active & Perfect Passive Participle

STUDY
PLAY
Occupō
To Take Over (Present Active)
Accūsō
To Accuse (Present Active)
Occupō
To Seize, (Present Active)
Doceō
To Teach (Present Active)
Praebeō
To Provide (Present Active)
Colligō
To Gather (Perfect Passive Participle)
Colligō
To Collect (Present Active)
Īnstruō
To Draw Up --i.e., troops into formation-- (Present Active)
Occupāre
To Take Over (Present Infinitive)
Accūsāre
To Accuse (Present Infinitive)
Occupāre
To Seize (Present Infinitive)
Docēre
To Teach (Present Infinitive)
Praebēre
To Provide (Present Infinitive)
Colligere
To Gather (Perfect Passive Participle)
Colligere
To Collect (Present Infinitive)
Īnstruere
To Draw Up --i.e., troops into formation--(Present Infinitive)
Occupāvī
I Take Over (Perfect Active)
Accūsāvī
I Accuse (Perfect Active)
Occupāvī
I Seize (Perfect Active)
Docuī
I Teach (Perfect Active)
Praebuī
I Provide (Perfect Active)
Collēgī
I Gather (Perfect Passive Participle)
Collēgī
I Collect (Perfect Active)
Īnstrūxī
I Draw Up--- i.e., troops into formation--(Perfect Active)
Occupātus
Having Been Taken Over (Perfect Passive Participle)
Accūsātus
Having Been Taken Accused (Perfect Passive Participle)
Occupātus
Having Been Seized (Perfect Passive Participle)
Doctus
Having Been Taught (Perfect Passive Participle)
Praebitus
Having Been Provided (Perfect Passive Participle)
Collēctus
Having Been Gathered (Perfect Passive Participle)
Collēctus
Having Been Collected (Perfect Passive Participle)
Īnstrūctus
Having Been Drawn Up (i.e., troops into formation) (Perfect Passive Participle)