1st Conjugation Imperfect.

Latin to English.
amo amare : to love          ambulo ambulare : to walk
clamo clamare : to shout          habito habitare : to live
porto portare : to carry          navigo navigare : to sail
neco necare : to kill          do dare : to give
vasto vastare : to destroy          oro orare : to beg




Number correct:     of     =     %  


The imperfect tense is formed by finding the infinitive (amare), chopping off the -re ending, adding -BA-, and then the person endings for the imperfect, -m, -s, -t, -mus, -tis, -nt.
Note that the 'o' of the first person singular present tense changes to 'm', amo, amabam.
The imperfect tense can be translated into English in three ways: amabas = you were loving, you used to love, you would love. While English expresses different shades of meaning by these three translations, there is only one way to express the same imperfect meaning in Latin, i.e., amabas.
For the purposes of this program, no distinction need be made for 'he, she, it' for the third person singular forms; likewise, there is no need to distinguish 'you' singular from 'you' plural.