Disputatio:fero

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This conjugation seems to be somewhat defective as well as incomplete.

Compare this more explicit chart (albeit of unknown correctness and era) showing passives in lat-, the active/passive distinctions in the perfect participle, etc:

http://humanum.arts.cuhk.edu.hk/~lha/latin_lessons/conjugation/irregulars/fero.php?prstem=fer&pfstem=tul&sustem=lat&instem=ferre&english=bear,%20bring,%20carry

Those passives in lat- are 'composite' tenses. That is, they're not extra forms of this word (which is what this entry is intended to list), but constructs of Latin grammar, and thus might be treated under Auxilium:Grammatica Latina or some such. Also, what active/passive distinctions in the perfect participle? I believe perfect participles are in most cases passive in sense (and not different in form in those rare cases they are used as active). —Mucius Tever 10:34, 24 Martii 2008 (UTC)