Here I have the deponent verb persequor, persequi, persecutus sum, persecutum. Following standard deponent rules, I am able to form the following (apparently these active participles are active in both form and meaning):
- Present active participle: persequire → persequins
- Future active participle: persectum → persecturus
- Future passive participle: persequire → persequindus
- Perfect passive participle: persectum → persectus
I have used the presumed infinitive and the presumed perfect passive participles. However, all of the above are objectively wrong and I am unable to find the correct participles.
Where did I go wrong in the above, and is it possible to form case-specific, gender-specific, tense-specific participles from the principal parts of a deponent verb in the same way done with non-deponent verbs?
Edit: I just realized that the stem should be persequ-, but persequns is still incorrect for the present active participle.