Template talk:la-conj-irr-sum

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Maybe we should add the possibility to be able to add words after sum? (e.g. sum ubi) --BiT 03:10, 3 June 2009 (UTC)

We don't do that with any language. The conjugation tables for every language I've seen only work for single-word compound forms and for reflexive forms, never for phrases with additional words. I note that you've called "sum ubi" a verb, but have defined it as an adverb. The expression erit ubi in the quote you provided means "There will be...one day", not just "one day". This is a combination of two words that has an idiomatic meaning, but you've omitted part of that meaning. I would simply put this at ubi, and note that this sence applies when used with sum. --EncycloPetey 13:53, 3 June 2009 (UTC)