You still have the regular Present Endings only

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You still have the regular Present Endings (only a b / bi / bu in front) -bo -bis -bit -bimus -bitis -bunt

How to form the Future Active Indicative (1 st and 2 nd Conjugations): 1. Go to the infinitive. 2. Drop the ‘re’. 3. Add the following endings: -bo -bis -bit -bimus -bitis -bunt

How to form the Future Active Indicative (3 rd and 4 th Conjugations): 1. Go to the infinitive. 2. Drop the ‘re’. (-io verbs add an ‘i’ before ending) 3. Add the following endings: -am -es -et -emus -etis -ent

-bo, -bi, -bu in 1 and 2. -a and -e in 4 and 3. 1 st/2 nd -bo -bis -bit -bimus -bitis -bunt 4 th/3 rd -emus -etis -ent -am -es -et

-io Verbs will always have an ‘i’ before the ‘e’ as in partics. and imperf. audiam audies audiet audiemus audietis audient

Future for “sum, esse, fui” ero eris erit erimus eritis erunt

Future Endings 1 st conjugation verbs look like: spectabit, cantabit, laborabit, intrabit 2 nd conjugation verbs look like: sedebit, ridebit 3 rd conjugation verbs look like: bibet, scribet, quaeret, discet 4 th conjugation verbs look like: audiet, dormiet, veniet

Future or Present? 1. portat 2. dicit 3. monebit 4. dabat 5. aget 6. dicet 7. monet 8. audiunt 9. venient 10. cantabit

-bo, -bi, -bu in 1 and 2. -a and -e in 4 and 3. 1 st/2 nd -bo -bis -bit -bimus -bitis -bunt 4 th/3 rd -emus -etis -ent -am -es -et

What is the Future Perfect Tense? It is used to refer to an action that will happen in the future but will happen before another action in the future. Cf. the distinction between the Pluperfect and Perfect tenses.

How to form the Future-Perfect Active Indicative: 1. Go to the 3 rd Principal Part. 2. Drop the ‘i’. 3. Add the following endings: -ero -eris -erit -erimus -eritis -erint

How to form the Future-Perfect Active Indicative for Sum, esse, fui: 1. It conjugated just like any other verb. fuero fueris fuerit fuerimus fueritis fuerint