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Basic Nouns: Part II Posted by on Jun 29, 2018

×Review of last month’s homework: Translate from Latin to English Coquus aulam filiarum portat. = The cook carries the daughters’ pot.   Tu clamas, aulas celo. = You are shouting, I hide the pots.  Cur me times? = Why are you fearful of me? Why are you afraid of me?  Coronas et aulas coqui celant sub scaena. =…

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Additional 3rd Declension Nouns Posted by on Jul 3, 2009

There are masculine and feminine i stem nouns in the third declension that have two consonants before the -is in the singular. N : – G : –is D : –ī Acc : –em or –im Abl : –e The endings for the Latin word for part or piece. N : pars G : partis…

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Third Declension Nouns in the Plural Posted by on Jun 29, 2009

There are also i stem nouns in the masculine and feminine that have the same number of syllables in the genitive and in the nominative in the plural. N : –ēs G : –ium D : –ibus Acc : –ēs or –īs Abl : –ibus The endings for the Latin word for torrent or stream…

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Third Declension Nouns Posted by on Jun 26, 2009

There are third declension nouns in the masculine and feminine with an i stem that have the same number of syllables in the genitive as in the nominative. Here are the endings for the nouns in the singular: N : – G : –is D : –ī Acc : –em or –im Abl : –e…

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