Latin/Future Tense Lesson 3

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This lesson we’ll continue with future tense, with some irregular verbs and deponent verbs. The basic paradigms

bō, bis, bit, bimus, bitis, bunt
am, ēs, et, ēmus, ētis, ent

that we’ve studied in the past two lessons take care of the vast majority of (active) future tense forms, but for deponent verbs (verbs with active meaning but passive in form) we will need to be familiar with those forms as well. Basically, we are learning the passive voice forms before studying the passive voice, but you can think of it as saving time later on. Here are some sample conjugations of deponent verbs in future tense:

1st conjugation cōnor
Latin English
cōnābor I will try
cōnāberis You will try
cōnābitur He / she / it will try
cōnābimur We will try
cōnābiminī You (pl) will try
cōnābuntur They will try
3rd conjugation loquor
Latin English
loquar I will speak
loquēris You will speak
loquētur He / she / it will speak
loquēmur We will speak
loquēminī You (pl) will speak
loquentur They will speak

New Sentences[edit]

Latin English Notes
Gāius sīgnum feret. Gaius will bear the standard.
Lac domum adferent (afferent). They will bring/carry the milk home.
Abībimus. We will go away.
Aderisne? Will you be present?
Cīvēs Americāna fīam. I will become an American citizen.
Multa ante diem Veneris fīent. Many things will be done/ happen before Friday.
Mārcus īre volet. Marcus will want to go.
Laborāre nōlent. They will not want to work.
Cōnābor. I will try.
Paula iterum cōnābitur. Paula will try again.
Lūciam sequentur. They will follow Lucia.
Latīnē loquar. I will speak Latin.
Dē Rōmā antīquā loquēris/ loquēminī. You will speak about ancient Rome.
Māter tēcum loquētur. Mother will speak with you.
Īnfāns mox nāscētur. The baby will be born soon.
Nāscēntur, vivent, et morientur. They will be born, they will live, and they will die.
Computātrō ūtar. I will use the computer.
Sol crās oriētur. The sun will rise tomorrow.
Nōn oblīvīscar. I will not forget.
Mārcus Lūciae recordābitur. Marcus will remember Lucia.
Hoc nōn patiētur. He will not allow this.

Practice[edit]

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