These are the verbs that will trip you up. They look passive (take the passive endings) but translate as active. Attached is a list of common deponent verbs. To conjugate, you still use the second principal part, but drop the –ri. Third conjugation still does the funny things.
NB: There are NO passive forms for these verbs
PRESENT TENSE IMPERFECT TENSE FUTURE TENSE
First conjugation conor conari
Conor I try conabar I was trying conabor I will try
Conaris conabaris conaberis
Conatur conabatur conabitur
Conamur conabamur conabimur
Conamini conabamini conabimini
Conantur conabantur conabuntur
Second Conjugation vereor vereri
Vereor I fear verebar I was fearing verebor I will fear
Vereris etc. verebaris etc. vereberis etc.
Veretur verebatur verebitur
Veremur verebamur verebimur
Veremini verebamini verebimini
Verentur verebantur verebuntur
Third conjugation labor labi
(think of "labi" as "laberi")
Labor I slip labebar I was slipping labar I will slip
Laberis etc. labebaris etc. laberis etc.
Labitur labebatur labetur
Labimur labebamur labemur
Labimini labebamini labemini
Labuntur labebantur labentur
Fourth Conjugation orior oriri
Orior I rise oriebar I was rising oriar I will rise
Oriris etc. oriebaris etc. orieris etc.
Oritur oriebatur orietur
Orimur oriebamur oriemur
Orimini oriebamini oriemini
Oriuntur oriebantur orientur