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Latin, ch 44

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Transcript of Latin, ch 44

Chapter 44!
Ablative absolute! Ablative Absolute cont. Exp: Conquo vocato, omnes cenam laudaverunt. Ablative Absolute is when a noun or a pronoun and a participle are in the ablative case and make up a phrase that is separate from the rest of the sentence. Exp: When the cook had been summoned, they all praised the dinner. Some ablative Absolutes may best be translated with:
-If The participle of an ablative absolute may also be in present tense.
Ablative singular ending of present participles used in ablative absolutes are -e not -i. Exp: Fure vestimenta surripiente, Sextus in apodyterium ingreditur. Exp: While the thief is stealing the clothes, Sextus enters the changing room. Ablative Absolutes! Perfect Passive Participles A PPP may modify the direct or indirect object.

May switch to active translation. Exp: Conquo vocato omnes gratias egerunt. They all gave thanks to the cook, who had been summoned.
(active): When they had summoned the cook, they all gave thanks to him.
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