Flashcards in Grammar Chp. 5 Deck (29):
Accusative case plural feminine ending
Singular m. f. n.
Plural m. f. n.
Um, am, um
Os, as, a
Prepositions case what endings in nouns?
Ablative masculine and neuter plural and singular endings
Ablative case feminine endings for singular and plural
What ending is the same for masculine feminine and neuter and what case and number is it?
-is, for plural ablative case.
Genitive pronoun for singular feminine masculine and neuter.
Eius Eius Eius
Ablative masculine singular pronoun
Ablative singular feminine pronoun
Ablative singular neuter pronoun
Plural nominative masculine pronoun
Plural nominative feminine pronoun
Plural nominative neuter pronoun
Plural accusatory masculine pronoun
Plural accusatory feminine pronoun
Plural accusatory neuter pronoun
Plural genitive masculine pronoun
Plural genitive feminine pronoun
Plural genitive neuter pronoun
Ablative plural masculine pronoun
Plural ablative feminine pronoun
Plural ablative neuter pronoun
Indicative: When the subject is in the plural or more than one person, the verb ends in what as oppose to what?
Ends in "nt" as oppose to "t"
Imperative: when two or more people are ordered to do something, the verb does not end in "i" or "e" or "a" but end in what?
Ends in "te"
In consonant verbs (third conjugation), a vowel is inserted before the plural ending "te." What is this vowel in the indicative and imperative?
In the indicative it is "u"
In the imperative it is "i"
Accusative case plural masculine ending
A noun that refers to another noun and describes it in some way
Which conjugation causes the ending of a plural indicative verb to be -unt as oppose to -nt?
Third consonant conjugation. The third conjugation has a short vowel before the last letter, as oppose to the last conjugation which has a long i vowel