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Cum Temporal
~takes the indicative
~stating a fact, namely the time when something happened
~"multum profect cum consul eram" i accomplished much when i was consul
Cum Circumstantial
~takes the subjunctive
~focuses more on the circumstances
~"cum viri advenissent orationem habebat" when the men had arrives he gave a speech"
Cum Causal
~takes the subjunctive
~"Cum animus agitaretur putare non potuit" Since his mind was agitated, he was not able to think
Cum Concessive
~takes the subjunctive
~tip: "tamen" nevertheless, however
~"cum pauper sit tamen felix est"
Time within which
"dum" takes the present tense (even when your talking about past time
"dum princeps orationem habet, nuntius intravit"
dum(while/all the time/that/as long as) the claise takes whatever tense is needed
"dum magistra loquebatur, discipuli dormiebant"
Dum temporal
usually in the latter clause, takes the indicative
"quintus romae habitabat dum Maecenas fundum ei dedit"
~dum = until
~takes the subjunctive
~expresses something that may or may not occur with the accompanying idea of anticipation or intention
"expectavit dum venirem"