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Latin Review - The Noun Chart Declension 1-3 M/F

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on 3 September 2010

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Transcript of Latin Review - The Noun Chart Declension 1-3 M/F

Noun- Person, Place, Thing , or Idea Declension- class of words with the same or a similar system of inflections- Group of nouns 5 Declensions Gender-a subclass within agrammatical class ( Natural or Grammatical) Masculine, Feminine, or Neuter Nominative the case used to indicate the subject of the verb Case- ending on a noun or corresponding adjective which relays its function in the sentence 1st Declension Feminine Singular - a
Plural - ae 2nd Declension Masculine Singular - us/r
Plural - i 3rd Declension Feminine/ Masculine Singular - --
Plural - es Genitive the case used to indicate possession; partitive; objective; subjective. It is most often translated with the English preposition of. 1st Declension Feminine 2nd Declension Masculine Singular - ae
Plural - arum Singular - i
Plural - orum 3rd Declension Feminine/ Masculine Singular - is
Plural - um 1st Declension Feminine 2nd Declension Masculine 3rd Declension Feminine/ Masculine Singular - ae
Plural - is Dative the case used to indicate indirect object; reference; after certain compound and other verbs Singular - o
Plural - is Singular - i
Plural - ibus Accusative the case used to indicate direct object, place to or toward which, or extent of space and time 1st Declension Feminine 2nd Declension Masculine 3rd Declension Feminine/ Masculine Singular - am
Plural - as Singular - um
Plural - os Singular - em
Plural - es Ablative the case used to indicate some adverbial function for a noun, usually translated into English with a preposition 1st Declension Feminine 2nd Declension Masculine 3rd Declension Feminine/ Masculine Singular - a
Plural - is Singular - o
Plural - is Singular - e
Plural - ibus
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