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Flashcards in Conjunctions with Indicative or Subjunctive Deck (14):
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quod/ quia + indicative

"because he is (Actually)"

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quod/ quia + subjunctive

"because he is (allegedly)"

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Dum/donec

While, as long as, until

Indicative and subjunctive

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Exspectavit dum/donec veni

He waited until I actually came

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Why does dum usually use the present indicative

Historic present to denote continued action in past time

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Dum haec geruntur, nuntius ad me venit

While these things were (are) going on, a messenger came to me

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Exspectavit dum/donec venirem

He waited until i should come
He waited for me to come (nothing says i actually did come)

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Antequam/priusquam

"Before"

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Antequam/priusquam veni, discessit

Before I came, he went away

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Antequam/priusquam venirem, discessit

Before I could come, he went away (nothing indicates that I actually came)

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Antequam/priusquam purpose intention idea is involved

Secondary sequence subjucntive

12

Antequam/priusquam in primary sequence

Present or future perfect indicative (sometimes present subjunctive)

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Antequam/priusquam venero, discedet

Before I (shall have ) come, he will leave

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He went away before I could come

Using tmesis here adds greater cohesion to the sentence

Ante/prius discessit quam venirem