Nominative, Accusative. Latin.

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  1. Accusative of mensa
    mensam
  2. Nominative of Dominum
    dominus
  3. Accusative of mercator
    mercatorem
  4. Nominative of pavonem
    Pavo
  5. Accusative of Ancilla
    Ancillam
  6. Give a Latin sentance using Ancilla in the nominative, and one in Accustive.
    • N: Ancilla Grumionem delectat.
    • A: Grumio Ancillam delectat.
  7. Verum or Falsum?

    Grumio Ancillam delectat in mensa is correct.
    FALSUM
  8. Accusative - 
    Quintus magnam felem in via videt
    Felem
  9. Nominative - 
    Caecilium Mercator expectat
    Mercator
  10. Nom. Accu. and trans.

    Quintus mercatorem salutat
    • N: Quintus
    • A: Mercator
    • T: Quintus greets the merchant
  11. [Amicus/amicum] villam intrat
    Amicus
  12. Verum or Falsum?

    Caecilius culinam intrat is correct. Caecilius culina intrat is wrong.
    Verum!
  13. Singular first person verb of being:
    Sum - I am
  14. Singular second person verb of being:
    es: you are
  15. Singular first person verb of being:
    est: he/she/ it is
  16. Plural first person verb of being:
    sumus; we are
  17. Plural second person verb of being
    estis; you are
  18. Plural third person verd of being
    sunt; they are
  19. Grumionem Cena consumit. Translate.
    The food eats Grumio
  20. What is ubi?
    where
  21. what is quid?
    What
  22. What is quis?
    Who
  23. What is cur?
    why

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