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LESSON XXI FUTURE ACTIVE INDICATIVE OF AMO AND MONEO . The tense sign of the Future Indicative in the first and second conjugations is -bi-. This is joined to the present stem of the verb and followed by the personal ending, as follows : Present Stem Tense Sign personal ending ama- bi- s loz'e will you . The Future Active Indicative is inflected as follows . Conjugation I Conjugation II SINGULAR

. ama'bo, / shall love mone'bo, / shall advise 

. ama'bis, you will love mone'bis, you will advise . ama'bit, he will love mone'bit, he will advise PLURAL . 2xak%vcaxi&y we shall love vcionQ')m.u&, we shall advise . SLmafbitis, you will love mone'hitiSy you will advise . ama'bunt, Ihey will love mone'bunt, Ihey will advise a. The personal endings are as in the present. The ending -bo in the first person singular is contracted from -bi-o. The -bi- appears as -bu- in the third person plural. Note that the inflection is like that of ero, the future of sum. Pay especial attention to the accent. In a similar manner inflect the verbs given in § 129. . EXERCISES I. I. Movebitis, laudabis, arabo. 2. Delebitis, vocabitis, dabunt. 3. Maturabis, deslderabit, videbimus. 4. Habebit, movebunt, necabit. 5. Narrabimus, monebis, videbunt. 6. Laborabitis, curabunt, dabis. 7. Habitabimus, properabitis, iubebunt, parabit. 8. Nuntiabo, porta- bimus, iubebo. II. I. We shall announce, we shall see, I shall hasten. 2. I shall carry, he will plow, they will care for. 3. You will announce, you will