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uter?

Which of the two?

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neuter

neither of the two

3

alter

the other of the two

4

uterque

each of the two

5

dative of interest:

denotes the person concerned, benefited or harmed.

6

Ablative of attendant Circumstances;

A noun and an adjective in the ablative can show the conditions surrounding a verb, i.e. "Marcus fenestra aperta dormit." --with the window open, in the ablative, describes the conditions surrounding the verb "sleep"

7

present participle

it is part adjective and part verb, being able to function as both.

8

present participle has similar endings to which declension?

3rd declension

9

has an ablative singular -e when:

it has verbal force

10

has an ablative singular -i when:

it is only used as an adjective

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mecum, scum, tecum is like which two words combined?

me, te, se with the preposition "cum," and they mean the same thing as these two words put together, such as "with me," or "with you"