Videos > Rule 82: Temporal Clauses
Temporal clauses are those that relate to time, and in Latin these clauses exclusively have a verb in the indicative mood. This video will cover examples of such clauses, especially those introduced by postquam, ubi, ut, and simul atque, all of which mean "after" or "when".
Topics: 91 rules of grammar indicative mood verbs
Published on January 24, 2022