You still have the regular Present Endings (only a b / bi / bu in front). - b o - bi mus - bi s - bi tis - bi t - bu nt. How to form the Future Active Indicative ( 1 st and 2 nd Conjugations ):. Go to the infinitive. Drop the ‘re’. Add the following endings: -bo-bimus
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1st conjugation verbs look like:
spectabit, cantabit, laborabit, intrabit
2nd conjugation verbs look like:
3rd conjugation verbs look like:
bibet, scribet, quaeret, discet
4th conjugation verbs look like:
audiet, dormiet, veniet
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.