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172. The Principal Parts of a verb, showing the three stems which determine its conjugation throughout, are—

  1. The Present Indicative (as, amō ), showing the Present Stem.
  2. The Present Infinitive (as, amā-re ), showing the Present Stem.
  3. The Perfect Indicative (as, amāv-ī ), showing the Perfect Stem.
  4. The neuter of the Perfect Participle (as, amāt-um ), or, if that form is not in use, the Future Active Participle ( amāt-ūrus ), showing the Supine Stem.
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