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1

1. Masculine, 2. Singular, 3. Genitive

-i, as in novi magni

2

1. Masculine, 2. Plural, 3. Nominative

-i, as in novi or parvi

3

1. Masculine, 2. Plural, 3. Genitive

-orum, as in novorum, parvorum

4

1. Masculine, 2. singular, 3. Nominative

-us, as in novus, or antiquus

5

1. Female, 2. Singular, 3. Nominative

-a, as in nova, parva, magna,

6

1. Female, 2. Plural, 3. Genitive

-arum, as in novarum

7

1. Female, 2. Plural, 3. Nominative

-ae, as in magnae, paucae,

8

1. Female, 2. Plural, 3. Genitive

-arum, as in novarum, magnarum

9

1. Neuter, 2. Singular, 3. Nominative

-um, novum, antiquum

10

1. Neuter, 2. Singular, 3. Genitive

-i, as in novi, antiqui

11

1. Neuter, 2. Plural, 3. Nominative

-a, as in vocabula (though it's not an adjective), nova, magna

12

1. Neuter, 2. Plural, 3. Genitive

-orum, as in novorum, antiquorum

13

What three things must almost always agree between noun and adjectives?

1. Gender, 2. Number, 3. Case

14

What do you use when describing the number of something?

Genitive case!!! Such as servorum or liberorum