latin gcse participle?

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in gcse how many participles are there
and also
why is 'precati' perfect passive when it is translated as having prayed, not perfect active and
why is 'Aedificatum' ( having built), perfect passive not perfect active
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(Original post by babek)
hi
in gcse how many participles are there
and also
why is 'precati' perfect passive when it is translated as having prayed, not perfect active and
why is 'Aedificatum' ( having built), perfect passive not perfect active
for participles, there is future active, perfect active, perfect passive, present active.
Precati is perfect active i believe because the root verb precor is a deponent. Aedificatum comes from aedifico which is a normal verb, therefore this participle is a perfect passive.
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