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Rex a bonis servis defendebatur.
The king was being defended by good slaves.
This sentence contains an ablative of agent.
Si tela hostium nostris ducibus tradita erunt, pacem diu habebimus.
If the enemy's weapons are surrendered to our leaders, we will have peace for a long time.
When "if" clauses are talking about the future, both the "if" verb and the resultant verb are in the future tense.
(e.g. If I will study, I will pass my test.)
Tres pueros, Marce, cum tuo amico et quinque puellas vidi.
Marcus, I saw three boys and five girls with your friend.
The vocative case does not come first in a Latin sentence.
Nostri castra heri posuerunt; hodie castra movebunt et ad Galliam iter magna celeritate facient.
Our men pitched camp yesterday; today they will break camp and march with great speed to Gaul.
Remember that castra ponere, iter facere, and castra movere are all idioms. (to pitch camp, to march, and to break camp.)
Caesar dux noster a populo Romano consul factus est.
Caesar, our leader, has been made consul by the Roman people.
This sentence contains a predicate accusative (used with verbs of naming or making.)