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Order of Cases
Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc
1st Declension Singular Endings

Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc
Puella, ancilla, etc
a
ae
ae
am
a
a
1st Declension Plural Endings

Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc
puellae, ancillae, etc
ae
arum
is
as
is
ae
2nd Declension Singular Endings

Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc

MASC
servus, puer, ager
us (or none)
i
o
um
o
e (or none like with puer)
2nd Declension Plural Endings

Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc

MASC
pueri, agri, servi
i
orum
is
is
os
is
i
2nd Declension Singular Endings

Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc

NEUT.
words like baculum
um
i
o
um
o
um
2nd Declension Plural Endings

Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc

NEUT.
words like baculum
a
orum
is
a
is
a
3rd Declension Singular Endings

Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc
words like pater, mater, and vox
-
is
i
em
e
-
3rd Declension Plural Endings

Nom-Gen-Dati-Acc-Abl-Voc
words like patres, and matres, and voces
es
um
ibus
es
ibus
es
Which two plural cases have the same endings for all declensions?
Dative and ablative
When is the genetive case used?
it is used to show posession.
The genetive singular indicates...
the declension to which a noun belongs.
ae-1st
i- 2nd
is- 3rd
The base of a noun (or stem) can be found by...
dropping the genetive singular ending.
When do you use the accusative case with a prepositional phrase?
When the preposition involves movement.
1st Conjugation infinitive ending; 1st person singular ending?


Imperative endings?
are ; o

a, ate
2nd Conjugation infinitive ending; 1st person singular ending?

Imperative ending?
ere, o (more like eo, bc the stem vowel reappears, like with habeo, habere)

e, ete
3rd (regular) Conjugation infinitive ending; 1st person singular ending?


Imperative ending?
ere, o


e, ite
3rd (io) Conjugation infinitive ending; 1st person singular ending?


Imperative ending?
ere, o (more like io bc the stem vowel reappears, like with iacio, iacere)


e, ite
4th Conjugation infinitive ending; 1st person singular ending?


Imperative ending?
ire, o (vowel ofcourse reappears, check the genitive singular for the stem)

i, ite
The dative case can...
often be translated with the preposition to or for