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Cum in the subjunctive
Cum can mean when.
It is then followed by a form of the verb called the
subjunctive. You can translate these exactly the same as
normal verbs, it is only cum that changes it meaning.
The pluperfect subjunctive has isse in it + (m, s, t, mus,
E.g. constituisset (she had decided)
A normal verb would be constituerat
The imperfect subjunctive is made up of the
infinitive + personal endings (m, s, t, mus, tis, nt)
E.g. spectaret (she was watching)
A normal verb would be spectabat