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  1. accusative case
    direct object, "Caesar hates the soldier". 
  2. Caesar hates the soldier.
    Caesar mIlitem Odit.
  3. ablative case
    Literally, "carried away".  Generally, adverbial, used with by, with, from, in, on, at. 
  4. Caesar drinks with the soldier.
    Caesar cum mIlite bibit.
  5. Singular declension of lUx
    llUx, lUcis, f, light

    Nominitive - lUx

    Genitive - lUcis

    Dative - lUcI

    Accusitive - lUcem

    Ablative - lUce
  6. Plural declension of lUx
    lUx, lUcis, f, light

    Nominitive - lUcEs

    Genitive - lUcum

    Dative - lUcibus

    Accusitive - lUcEs

    Ablative - lUcibus
  7. LUcEs mEnsem faciunt.
    The (day)lights make a month.
  8. Singular declension of vEritAs.
    vEritAs, vEritAtis, f, truth

    Nominative - vEritAs

    Genitive - vEritAtis

    Dative - vEritAtI

    Accusative - vEritAtem

    Ablative - vEritAte
  9. Plural  declension of vEritAs
    vEritaS, vEritAtis, f, truth

    Nominative - vEritAtEs

    Genitive - vEritAtum

    Dative - vEritAtibus

    Accusative - vEritAtEs

    Ablative - vEritAtibus

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