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occupatus
busy
laborantes
working
spectant
(they) watch, look at
nuntius
messenger
venit
(he/she) comes
salutat
(he/she) greets
Salve!
Greetings! Hello!
inquit
(he/she) says
meus
my
ducit
(he/she) leads, takes
tradit
(he/she) hands over
Eheu!
Alas!
princeps
the emperor
ad urbem
to the city
revocat
(he/she) recalls
consulere
to consult
redire
to return
Eugepai
Hurray!
ire
to go
Quos...?
Whom...?
Nominative case
noun used as the subject of a verb or as a complement with "est" or "sunt"
Accusative case
noun when used as a direct object
1st declension singular
* usually feminine nouns
nominative: -a puella
accusative: -am puellam
1st declension plural
* usually feminine nouns
nominative: -ae puellae
accusative: -as puellas
2nd declension singular - regular
* usually masculine nouns
* most end in -us in the nominative singular
nominative: -us servus
accusative: -um servum
2nd declension singular - irregular
* usually masculine nouns
end in -r: puer, ager, vir
nominative: no change (puer, ager, vir)
accusative: puerum, agrum, virum
2nd declension plural
* usually masculine nouns
nominative: -i servi, pueri, agri, viri
accusative: -os servos, pueros, agros, viros
3rd declension singular
* some masculine, some feminine
nominative: different endings, depends on the word: pater, vox, arbor
accusative: -em patrem, vocem, arborem
3rd declension plural
* some masculine, some feminine

nominative: -es patres, voces
accusative: -es patres, voces