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Cornelia est laet__.

A)laeta, nominative
B)laetae, genitive
C)laetae, dative
D)laetam, accusative
E)laeta, ablative
laeta, nominative
Cornelia is happy.<br /><br />
<br /><br />
This is a predicate adjective describing Cornelia.<br />
<br />
Adjectives must agree in number, case and gender with the word they describe.
Cornelia et Flavia sub arbor__ sedent.

A)arbor
B)arboris
C)arbori
D)arborem
E)arbore
arborem, accusative.
Cornelia and Flavia are sitting under a tree.<br /><br /><br />
<br /><br /><br />
Sub tells where Cornelia and Flavia are sitting. What case follows the question where?
Marcus rana__ tenebat!

A)rana
B)ranae
C)ranae
D)ranam
E)rana
ranam, accusative
Marcus grabbed the frog!<br /><br />
<br /><br />
Frog is the direct object.
Servus aqua__ Marci portabat.

A)aqua, nominative
B)aquae, genitive
C)aquae, dative
D)aquam, accusative
E)aqua, ablative
aquam, accusative
The slave carried the water to Marcus.<br />
<br />
The slave carried what? water -> direct object<br />
<br />
Water is the direct object of portabat.
Pater puer__ pecuniam dabat.

A)puer pueri
B)pueri puerorum
C)puero pueris
D)puerum pueros
E)puero pueris
Puero or pueris, dative
The father gave money to the boy(s). <br /><br /><br /><br />
<br /><br /><br /><br />
The father gave money to whom? the boy/s -> Indirect object<br /><br /><br /><br />
<br /><br /><br /><br />
boy(s) is the indirect object of gave<br /><br /><br /><br />
<br /><br /><br /><br />
GIVING, SHOWING, TELLING is used in what case?
Cornelius est bon__ pater.

A)bonus
B)boni
C)bono
D)bonum
E)bono
bonus, nominative
Cornelius is a good father.<br />
<br />
This adjective is describing pater, a predicate nominative.
Mater puer__ laetam puellam videbat.

A)puer pueri
B)pueri puerorum
C)puero pueris
D)puerum pueros
E)puero pueris
pueri or puerorum, genitive
The mother of the boy saw the happy girl.<br />
<br />
The case you need here shows possession.
Femina regn__ regit.

regnum regna
regni regnorum
regno regnis
regnum regna
regno regnis
regnum or regna, accusative
The woman rules the kingdom(s).<br />
<br />
Regnum is second declension neuter.<br />
<br />
Regnum is the direct object of regit.
What case would mother be in the following sentence?

Puer matr__ videt.
matrem, accusative
The boy sees the mother.

Mother is the direct object of videt.
Puella__ equos vident.

A)puella
B)puellae
C)puellas
D)puellarum
puellae, nominative plural
Puella__ is the subject of the sentence.<br />
<br />
Look at your verb. Is it singular or plural?
What case would a noun or pronoun take?
Nominative
It's either the subject or describing the subject.
Genitive is used to express what?
possession
The mother of the boy . . .
What case indicates giving, showing, or telling? This case also indicates the indirect object.
Dative
The Latin word meaning give is <br />
do, dare, dedi, datum.
What case is used for the direct object of the verb?
accusative
The girl loves the frog.
What case is used with the preposition "in" meaning in?
ablative
Cornelia in sylva sedet.<br />
<br />
Cornelia sits in the forest.
What case is used to address or call on someone directly?
vocative
Marcus -> Marce

the Latin word meaning to call is
voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatum
Choose the correct word.

Ad (templum/templo) venimus.

templum, templi (n) - temple
templum, accusative
We are coming to the temple.

Ad might be thought of as towards.
What case is sailor in the following sentence?

The big waves increase the concerns of the sailors.
Genitive
The concerns belong to the sailors -> possession.
Forma terrae in Sicilia plana non est.

In this sentence, Siciliy is
A)dative
B)genitive
C)nominative
D)ablative
D) ablative

in Sicilia -> place where
The shape of the land in Sicily is not flat.
What case is used for small in the following sentence?

These horses are small.
Nominative
small is describing horses, an adjective must agree with its noun in number, case, and gender.
Translate slaves in the following sentence:

I see many slaves in the street.
servos, accusative
Slaves are the direct object
Translate streets in the following sentence:

I see many slaves in the streets.
viis, ablative
A)Genitive<br />
B)Dative<br />
C)Ablative
Translate daughter in the following sentence:

I shall see your daughter on the street.
filiam, accusative
Daughter is the direct object of see.
Mult__ horas non habetis. Laborate!
multas, accusative
You do not have many hours. Work!