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1 Parsing and Translating
The Latin Codex Parsing and Translating

2 What is Codexing? Codexing is a method of analyzing Latin sentences. It uses the following format: Line 1: Write out the Latin Line 2: Write out any vocabulary you don’t know Line 3: Parse every word (we’ll talk about this) Line 4: Translate the sentence according to your parsing.

3 Parsing Nouns Gender – Masculine (M), Feminine (F), Neuter (N)
Number – Singular (S), Plural (pl) Case – Nominative (Nom), Genitive (Gen), Dative (Dat), Accusative (Acc), Ablative (Abl), Vocative (Voc) Use – See next slide.

4 Uses of Nouns Nominative – Subject (subj), Predicate Nominative (Pred Nom) Genitive – Possession (poss) Dative – Indirect Object (IO) Accusative – Direct Object (DO), Object of preposition X (obj of prep X), Place to Which Ablative – Object of preposition X (obj of prep X), Means, Place From Which Vocative – Direct Address

5 Adjectives Gender – Masculine, Feminine, Neuter
Case – Nominative, Genitive, Dative, Accusative, Ablative Number – Singular, Plural Modifies…

6 Parsing Verbs Person – 1st, 2nd, 3rd
1st = I, We 2nd = You, Y’all/you all 3rd = He/She/It, They Number – Singular (s) or Plural (pl) Tense – Present (Pres), Future (Fut), Perfect (Perf) Mood – Indicative (Indic), Imperative (Imper) Voice – Active (Act) Use – Main Verb (MV)

7 Other Parsing Prepositions: Prep w/ X Parsing conjunctions: conj
Parsing adverbs: adv Parsing adjectives – Gender, Case, Number, Modifies Parsing Question words: Question word

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