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Accusative case plural feminine ending

-as

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Accusative

Singular m. f. n.
Plural m. f. n.

Um, am, um
Os, as, a

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Prepositions case what endings in nouns?

Ablative case.

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Ablative masculine and neuter plural and singular endings

O, sing.
Is, plur.

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Ablative case feminine endings for singular and plural

A, sing.
Is, plur.

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What ending is the same for masculine feminine and neuter and what case and number is it?

-is, for plural ablative case.

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Genitive pronoun for singular feminine masculine and neuter.

Eius Eius Eius

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Ablative masculine singular pronoun

Eo

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Ablative singular feminine pronoun

Ea

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Ablative singular neuter pronoun

Eo

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Plural nominative masculine pronoun

ii, ei

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Plural nominative feminine pronoun

Eae

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Plural nominative neuter pronoun

Ea

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Plural accusatory masculine pronoun

Eos

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Plural accusatory feminine pronoun

Eas

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Plural accusatory neuter pronoun

Ea

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Plural genitive masculine pronoun

Eorum

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Plural genitive feminine pronoun

Earum

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Plural genitive neuter pronoun

Eorum

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Ablative plural masculine pronoun

Eis, iis

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Plural ablative feminine pronoun

Eis, iis

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Plural ablative neuter pronoun

Eis, iis

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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"

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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"

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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"

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Accusative case plural masculine ending

-os

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Apposition

A noun that refers to another noun and describes it in some way

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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

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What conjugation of verbs in the imperative plural ends in "ite" as oppose to only "te"

The third conjugation verbs