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Hello, "Marcus."
Marce
Which conjugation is amo, amare?
1st
Which conjugation is ascendo, ascendere?
3rd
Which conjugation is sentio, sentire?
4th
Which conjugation is terreo, terre(long e)re?
2nd
the form "amare" is called a/an _______________________.
Infinitive
Give all the translations for scribit.
1. He/she/it writes.
2. He/she/it is writing.
3. He/she/it does write.
In "villa (long a)" sedet. Case?
Ablative
"Pueri" dormiunt. Case?
Nominative
Matres "voces" audiunt. Case?
Accusative
"Salve, Sexte!" Case of Sexte?
Vocative
Sextus "puellam" vidit. Grammatical use?
Direct Object
Puer sub "arbore" sedet. Grammatical use?
objet of a preposition
Pueri sunt "defessi." Grammatical use?
Predicate Nominative
or Complement
"Ancillae" in villa(long a) laborant. Grammatical use?
subject
Which pronoun would be used with "dormio?"
ego
Which pronoun would be used with ambulatis?
vos
Which pronoun would be used with amamus?
nos
Which pronoun would be used with terres?
tu
puella
Possible cases?
Nominative Sing.
puellis (long is)
Possible cases?
Ablative Plur.
puellam
Possible cases?
Accusative Sing.
puella (long a)
Possible cases?
Ablative Sing.
puellae
Possible cases?
Nominative Plur.
puellas
Possible cases?
Accusative Plur.
pueri
Possible cases?
Nominative Plur.
pueros
Possible cases?
Accusative Plur.
puerum
Possible cases?
Accusative Sing.
puer
possible cases?
Nominative Sing.
puero
Possible cases?
Ablative Sing.
pueris (long is)
Possible Cases?
Ablative Plur.
patrem
Possible cases?
Accusative Sing.
patres
Possible cases?
Nominative Plural
Accusative Plural
pater
Possible cases?
Nominative Sing.
patre
Possible Cases?
Ablative Sing.
patribus
Possible Cases?
Ablative Plur.
Nominative is used for:
subjects and complements
Accusative is used for:
Direct Objects
and also objects of prepositions other than SIDSPACE ones. The Accusative will go with "ad, per, trans, in (when it means into)."
Ablative is used for:
Objects of the prepositions sub, in, de, sine, pro, ab/a, cum, and ex/e.
When in means ________ it takes the Accusative.
into
Conjugate ambulo, ambulare.
ambulo, ambulas, ambulat, ambulamus, ambulatis, ambulant
Conjugate mitto, mittere.
mitto, mittis, mittit, mittimus, mittitis, mittunt
Conjugate audio, audire.
audio, audis, audit, audimus, auditis, audiunt
Conjugate rideo, ridere (next-to-last e is long).
rideo, rides, ridet, ridemus, ridetis, rident
In what year was Rome founded?
753 B.C.