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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar

Cum Temporal

547. Present time with cum temporal is denoted by the Present Indicative; future time, by the Future or Future Perfect Indicative:—

    incidunt tempora, cum ea, quae maximē videntur dīgna esse iūstō homine, fīunt contrāria (Off. 1.31), times occur when those things which seem especially worthy of the upright man, become the opposite.

    nōn dubitābō dare operam ut tē videam, cum id satis commodē facere poterō (Fam. 13.1), I shall not hesitate to take pains to see you, when I can do it conveniently.

    longum illud tempus cum nōn erō (Att. 12.18), that long time when I shall be no more.

    cum vēneris, cōgnōscēs (Fam. 5.7.3), when you come (shall have come), you will find out.

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