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Declension of the participes

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appārēre

appāreō, appārēre, appāruī, appāritum (2.)
In English: to appear, to show up, to occur
In German: erscheinen, sich zeigen
In French: apparaître, se montrer
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PARTICIPLE
Participle present active
appārēns
appārentis
appārentī
appārentem
appārente
appārentēs
appārentium
appārentibus
appārentēs
appārentibus
Participle future active
appāritūrus
appāritūrī
appāritūrō
appāritūrum
appāritūrō
appāritūrī
appāritūrōrum
appāritūrīs
appāritūrōs
appāritūrīs
Participle perfect passive
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Gerundive
appārendus
appārendī
appārendō
appārendum
appārendō
appārendī
appārendōrum
appārendīs
appārendōs
appārendīs
Gerund
appārēre
appārendī
appārendō
appārendum
appārendō
Supine
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