Once you remember your passive endings, the first and second conjugation passive are super simple! Whatever you do for the first conjugation, do for the second conjugation... just remember the following things:
In sixth grade, we learned the first conjugation in the active and passive. In seventh grade, we learned the active and passive of the remaining conjugations: 2nd, 3rd, 3rd-io, and 4th.
How do you determine a verb's conjugation? You look at its first two principal parts.
1st conjugation: -o, -are
2nd conjugation: -eo, -ēre
3rd conjugation: -o, -ere
3rd-io conjugation: -io, -ere
4th conjugation: -io, -ire
In the next few posts, we'll review each conjugation in detail! We will speed through these in September, so these posts will be very helpful to you.
Tomorrow, I will post a review on the passive of the first and second conjugation. For now, since the first and second conjugation are so similar, I'm sharing these videos to help you review them. Remember, the main vowel in first conjugation is -a (from the infinitive -are), and the main vowel in the second conjugation is -e (from the infinitive -ēre; but don't worry about the macron... for my class, you just need it for the infinitive).
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