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Baker Latin Chapter 7 Parsing (Lines 1-7)

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In (villā) sedet vir Romanus, nomine Gaius Cornēlius, qui est pater Marci et Corneliae.
Feminine, singular, ablative, with preposition
In villā sedet vir Romanus, nomine Gaius Cornēlius, qui est pater (Marci) et Cornēliae.
Masculine, singular, genitive, possession
In villā sedet vir Romanus, nomine Gaius Cornēlius, qui est pater Marci et (Cornēliae).
Feminine, singular, genitive, possession
Cornelius est (senator) Romanus.
Masculine, singular, 3rd declension nominative
Cornelius est senator (Romanus).
Adjective, masculine, singular, nominative
Solus sedet quod multas epistulas (scribere) vult.
infinitive
Solus sedet quod multas (epistulas) scribere vult.
Feminine, plural, accusative, direct object
Solus sedet quod (multas) epistulas scribere vult.
Adjective, feminine, plural, accusative.
Solus sedet quod multas epistulas scribere (vult).
3rd person, singular, present tense
(Dum) pater occupatus est, Marcus et Sextus et Cornelia in agris vicinis errant.
Subordinating conjunction
Dum pater occupatus est, (Marcus) et Sextus et Cornelia in agris vicinis errant.
Masculine, singular, nominative
Dum pater occupatus est, Marcus et Sextus et Cornelia in (agris) vicinis errant.
Masculine, plural, ablative, with preposition
Dum pater occupatus est, Marcus et Sextus et Cornelia in agris (vicinis) errant.
Adjective, masculine, plural, ablative
(Ibi) multos servos laborantes spectant.
adverb
Ibi multos servos (laborantes) spectant.
Present participle (masculine, plural, accusative)