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Lesson 6: Passive verbs - part 6 | 1 2 3 4 5 6

Future perfect passive tense

Handy hint

To form the perfectView the definition of this term - this link opens in a new window passive, pluperfectView the definition of this term - this link opens in a new window passive and future perfectView the definition of this term - this link opens in a new window passive tense change the ‘-m’ ending of the supineView the definition of this term - this link opens in a new window to ‘-s’ to form the past participleView the definition of this term - this link opens in a new window.

For example:

voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum (1)  vocatus, -a, -um

Remember that a past participle must agree with word it modifies in gender, number and case and it declines like ‘bonus, -a, -umView this term in the Grammar table - this link opens in a new window.

To form the future perfect passive tense use the past participle like the other tenses in this group, but with the future tense of the verb sum, esse, fui, -, ‘to be’.

For example

Latin English
vocatus, vocata, vocatum ero I will have been called
vocatus, vocata, vocatum eris you will have been called
vocatus, vocata, vocatum erit he/she/it will have been called
vocati, vocate, vocata erimus we will have been called
vocati, vocate, vocata eritis you will have been called
vocati, vocate, vocata erunt they will have been called

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