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Latin-English Translation of
Vestigo in the past

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"Vestigo" in the past tense  
by ScroogeInvestigating (UN), 2017-03-02, 16:33  Spam?  
Hello,

I just need help with one word.  I need to use "Vestigo" in the past tense to read: "I Investigated."  Any help would be great.  I really appreciate it!
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by khanzat, 2017-03-03, 14:23  Spam?  92.186.68....
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Imperfect: vestigabam
Perfect: vestigavi

Imperfect is used if you still are investigating or if you stopped doing it not long ago. Sort of "I've investigated".
Perfect is used for finished actions in the past. "I investigated".

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