Flashcards in chapter 12 grammar Deck (16)
dative of possession
used to express to whom something belongs. "to whom" or "for whom"
irregular imperative: imperative of esse
irregular imperative: imperative of ducere
irregular imperative: imperative of dicere
irregular imperative: imperative of facere
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.
3rd declension adj ending in nom/acc/singular
3rd declension adj ending in abl/singular
3rd declension adj ending nom/acc/plural
3rd declension adj ending gen/plural
comparative adjective, fem and masc. ending. This is the ending just in general.
comparative adjective, neuter ending
comparative adjectives decline how:
follow the third declension ending.
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.
Accusative of extent of space
the accusative without a preposition is used to indicate the extent of something ("how long?" "how high?"