convector wrote:Hi Dan,
A few years ago I made a verb drill with the verbs from D'Ooge using Excel. You can use it like flash cards by hiding the Latin and then typing in the answers. You then reveal the Latin to check your answer. I found it a good way to learn the four principal parts of the verbs.
It has the verbs in the order in which they appear in the book. You can also limit the range of verbs you want to drill on. I could send you a copy in an attachment if you want to send me your email address.
jaihare wrote:There are six principle parts in addition to the present, not four.)
Lex wrote:jaihare wrote:There are six principle parts in addition to the present, not four.)
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