Latin Noun Declensions

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Latin Noun Declensions
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Noun Declensions from Latin with Virgil
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  1. What is the accusative singular form of star?
    stellam
  2. Which form of 'island' would go in this sentence?

    The sailors sail between the islands?
    īnsulās
  3. What is the plural of gods, and goddesses in the ablative?
    dēabus, deīs
  4. What is the ablative singular form of wind?
    ventō
  5. What form of 'story' ges in this sentence?

    The poet told us stories.
    fābulas
  6. What is the ablative plural of Trojan?
    Trōiānīs
  7. What form does 'star' take in the following sentence?
    A man flies amongst the stars
    stellīs
  8. What is the nominative plural of moon?
    lunae
  9. What form of 'sailor' fits the following sentence?

    Three sailors walk.
    nautae
  10. What is the nominative plural of god?
  11. Change 'island' in the following sentence to a plural.

    īnsula in pontō est
    īnsulae in pontō sunt
  12. What is the accusative plural of male deer?
    cervōs
  13. Which case and number share an ending in the first and second declension?
    Ablative Plural
  14. What is the case and number of 'Rome' in the following sentence?
    Melissa et Marcus in Romā sunt
    Ablative, Singular
  15. What is the case and number of 'trojan' in the following sentence?
    Trōiāni prope Trōiam sunt
    Nominative, Plural
  16. What is the accusative plural of 'wind'?
    ventōs
  17. What is the ablative plural of star?
    stellīs
  18. What is the nominative plural of woman?
    feminae
  19. What is the accusative plural of picture?
    Picturās
  20. What is the accusative plural of Trojan?
    Trōiānōs

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