Latin grammar quarter exam
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When is the imperative used
to give commands
- -o or m 1st I
- -s 2nd you
- -t 3rd he/she/it
- -mus 1st plr we
- -tis 2nd plr you
- -nt 3rd plr they
infinitive ending of a verb
- - bo//I
- -bimus //we
- used to translate "of" or show possession.
- 1st declension sing. -ae plr. -arum
- 2nd declension sing. -i plr. -orum
used for indirect objects, translate to (when to does not mean toward) or to translate "for"
used with the accusative case. uses 'to' as 'toward' MOTION IS INVOLVED
used for objects of preposition
ablative of means
used to show the means or tool with which an action was performed
take off -re
used for address SAME AS NOMINATIVE EXCEPT WHEN ENDS IN -US. iF IN -US, DROP -US AND ADD AN E. iF ENDS IN -IUS, DROP -US AND ADD NOTHING
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