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agricola, agricolae
first declension noun
farmer
patria, patriae
homeland
est,
is, there is (when procedes subject)
silva, silvae
woods, forest
decline puella in the singular
puella, puellae, puellae, puellam, puella (long a)
decline villa in the singular
villa, villae, villae, villam, villa (long a)
what are the cases?
nominative, genetive, dative, accusative, abalative
what case has a long ending a in the first declension
ablative
genetive is used to express what
posesion
decline silva in the plural
silvae, silvarum, silvis, silvas, silvis
what are the endings for the first declension plural
ae, arum, is, as, is
sunt
are, there are
endings for verbs
o or m, t, mus, tis, nt
conjugate voco
voco, vocas, vocat, vocamus, covatis, vocant
how do you distinguish first from second declension nouns
first declension in the genetive ends with ae, in the second, ends with long I
ager, agrI
field, territory
amicus, amIcI
friend
auxilium, auxilI
help aid
belum, bellI
war
legatus
legate, envoy
message, news
nuntius, nuntI
oppidum, oppidI
town
puer, puerI
boy
girl
puella
verbum
word
husband, hero
vir, viri
paro, parare
prepare
porto portare
carry, bring
contra
on the contrary, on the other hand (with the accusative, against)
itaque
and so, therefore
and so, there for
itaque