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Latin finals

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Nominative Case
Subject
Genitive Case
Shows possession
Dative Case
Indirect Object
Accusative Case
Direct Object
Ablative Case
Object of the Preposition
1st declension nominative endings
A ae
1st declension genitive endings
Ae arum
1st declension dative endings
Ae is
1st declension accusative endings
Am as
1st declension ablative endings
Ā is
How is the Latin root found
Take the genitive word and remove ae
Translate nominative with
The
Translate genitive with
Of
Translate dative with
To
Translate accusative with
The
Translate ablative with
By
What is a predicate nominative
A sentence with subject and object in the nominative case
Verbs 4 principal parts
Present tense, infinitive, past tense, perfect tense
To find the verb's root
Remove the re from the infinitive
present tense verb endings
O Mos
S Tis
T Nt
Verb translation
I We
You Y'all
He she it They
Second Declension nominative endings
Us is
Second Declension genitive endings
I orum
Second Declension dative endings
O is
Second Declension accusative endings
Um os
Second Declension ablative endings
O is
Future Tense Verb Endings
Bo Bimus
Bis Bitis
Bit Bunt
future tense verb translation
I will We will
You will Y'all will
S/he it will They will
Perfect tense verb endings
I Imus
Isti Istis
It Erunt
Translate the perfect tense by
Taking the root from the 3rd principle part (remove I)
Also add have/has
vocative case
A ae (us becomes e; ius becomes i)
2nd declension Neutered nouns
Um A (nominative and accusative)