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By James Morwood

A Latin Grammar provides transparent, concise, and simply understood motives of the entire key issues of Latin grammar. With extra positive factors resembling a thesaurus of grammatical phrases, a vocabulary record masking the entire Latin phrases present in the most textual content, learn counsel, and notes on Roman dates, funds, weights and measures, and names, it guarantees that scholars have the entire help they should supplement their language studying. A Latin Grammar additionally deals 1000's of instance sentences illustrating grammatical issues, an evidence of literary phrases, and a useful consultant to pronunciation. this convenient reference is helping scholars convey this influential language to existence.

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Neuter 5th declension stems in -e feminine singular nom. gen. dat. acc. abl. grad-us (step) grad-us grad-ul grad-um grad-u corn-u (horn, wing corn-us of an army) com-ul corn-u corn-u r-es (thing) r-el r-el r-em r-e plural nom. gen. dat. acc. abl. g. g. g. g. fil-T. g. nauta (sailor), agricola (farmer), scriba (clerk, secretary). g. g. g. ager, agr-T. g. fTIT (son), ingenT (character). 4 The following 2nd declension nouns have minor irregularities: deus (god) has nominative plural deTor dl, genitive plural deorum or deum, ablative plural deTs or dis; uir, uirT (man) has genitive plural uirorum or uirum.

Nom. quis? quis? quid? acc. quem? quam? quid? (the rest exactly like the relative pronoun) The interrogative adjective quT? ): nom. qui? quae? quod? (exactly like the relative pronoun) The indefinite pronoun aliquis (someone, something) declines like quis? with the prefix ali-, except in the nominative singular feminine: aliquis aliqua aliquid etc. The indefinite pronoun quisquam, quicquam (anyone, anything, after a negative) declines like quis? with the suffix -quam: nom. quisquam quisquam quicquam The indefinite pronoun quisque (each one individually): nom.

5 3rd declension. The gender of all 3rd declension nouns has to be learned. Genitive plural: the general rule is that nouns with stems in I have genitive plural -Ium, while those with stems in consonants have genitive plural -um. g. nauis, have stems in i. g. , urbis). Apart from these nouns ending in two consonants, if a 3rd declension noun gets longer in the genitive singular, it does not get any longer in the genitive plural (which therefore ends in -um); and if it does not get longer in the genitive singular, its genitive plural ends in -ium (exceptions: canis (dog), iuuenis (young man), senex (old man), sedes (seat, residence), pater (father), mater (mother), frater (brother)).

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