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November 24 th, 2011. Case:Fructus, -us (masc) = FruitCornu, -us (neut) = Horn Nom.FructusCornu Gen.FructusCornus Dat.FructuiCornu Acc.FructumCornu Abl.FructuCornu.

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1 November 24 th, 2011

2 Case:Fructus, -us (masc) = FruitCornu, -us (neut) = Horn Nom.FructusCornu Gen.FructusCornus Dat.FructuiCornu Acc.FructumCornu Abl.FructuCornu Nom.FructusCornua Gen.FructuumCornuum Dat.FructibusCornibus Acc.FructusCornua Abl.FructibusCornibus

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4  The place from which (i.e. Out or away from) is indicated with the ablative case.  Generally preceded by the preposition “ab” (from), “de” (down from, from) or “ex” (out of, from).  Typically accompanying verbs of active motion.  Cf. Wheelock, p. 130.

5  Implies separation of one thing/person from another without implying motion.  Certain verbs meaning “to free, to lack, or to be absent” are thus accompanied by an ablative of separation.  The thing from which someone or something is separated is placed in the ablative usually without a preposition.  Cf. Wheelock, pp

6 Ago, Agere, Egi, ActusAudio, Audire, Audivi, Auditus Capio, Capere, Cepi, Captus AgorAudiorCapior AgerisAudirisCaperis AgiturAuditurCapitur AgimurAudimurCapimur AgiminiAudiminiCapimini AgunturAudiunturCapiuntur

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9 Ago, Agere, Egi, ActusAudio, Audire, Audivi, Auditus Capio, Capere, Cepi, Captus AgarAudiarCapiar AgerisAudierisCapieris AgeturAudieturCapietur AgemurAudiemurCapiemur AgeminiAudieminiCapiemini AgenturAudienturCapientur

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12 Ago, Agere, Egi, ActusAudio, Audire, Audivi, Auditus Capio, Capere, Cepi, Captus AgebarAudiebarCapiebar AgebarisAudiebarisCapiebaris AgebaturAudiebaturCapiebatur AgebamurAudiebamurCapiebamur AgebaminiAudiebaminiCapiebamini AgebanturAudiebanturCapiebantur

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15  4 th conjugation – Drop the final “e” of the active infinitive and replace with “i.” (i.e. Audire – active, becomes Audiri).  3 rd conjugation – Drop “ere” of the active infinitive and replace it with “i”. (i.e. Agere becomes Agi and Capere becomes Capi).


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