[*] 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.