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Latin
Course
LAT 101
Professor
Shelia Hood
Semester
Fall

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Chapter 2: First Declension Nouns and Adjectives; prepositions, conjunction, interjections - Every noun has an ending on it, a reflective ending - Shows what part of the sentence it is There are 5 major cases in Latin 1. Nominative- subject (the girl) 2. Genitive- possession (of the girl/ girl’s) 3. Dative- indirect object (to the girl) 4. Accusative- direct object (receives the action of the verb) 5. Ablative- object of a preposition The girl gives the money to the sailor Puella dat pecuniam nautae First declension endings Singular Plural Nominative
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