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dative of possession

used to express to whom something belongs. "to whom" or "for whom"

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irregular imperative: imperative of esse

es!

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irregular imperative: imperative of ducere

duc!

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irregular imperative: imperative of dicere

dic!

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irregular imperative: imperative of facere

fac!

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Adjectives of the 3rd declension do not use the -e for the ablative, but instead...

-i, which is in other cases normally used for the dative case.

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3rd declension adj ending in nom/acc/singular

-e

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3rd declension adj ending in abl/singular

-i

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3rd declension adj ending nom/acc/plural

-ia

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3rd declension adj ending gen/plural

-ium

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comparative adjective, fem and masc. ending. This is the ending just in general.

-ior

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comparative adjective, neuter ending

-ius

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comparative adjectives decline how:

follow the third declension ending.

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Partitive genitive

used when a part of a whole is expressed. so "a piece of this," emphasis on the "of" because thats a key word for the genitive.

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Accusative of extent of space

the accusative without a preposition is used to indicate the extent of something ("how long?" "how high?"

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dative with intransitive verbs

intransitive verbs are those that are not completed by an accusative direct object. The verbs "imperat" and "paret" are intransitive. These verbs go with the dative case, since the accusative case can't be used because these verbs are intransitive. So the noun will be in the dative.