Latin : Verbs. Sum - Perfect. Indicative Quiz

*Theme/Title: Verbs. Sum - Perfect. Indicative
* Description/Instructions
The perfect tense in Latin indicates a past event which has a result on the present. It is the equivalent of English's present perfect. Consider these two structures: I knew Jim - I have known Jim. The first one is a completed action while the second one still has an impact on the present.

Perfectus exprimit āctiōnem qui quamquam presentem afficiunt sunt complētus. Scīs dēclīnātiō perfectae? Probā tuam scientiam cum sum verbum.

Group: Latin Latin Quizzes
Topic: Latin

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