Flashcards in Grammar Chp. 6 Deck (12):
Which preposition indicated movement from a place
Which words mean to go (singular and plural)
What are correlatives and an example?
Adverbs that respond to each other.
Tam and Quam
With names of cities and towns, which case indicated "place to which"
With names of cities and towns, which case expresses "from which"
Indicates where something or somebody is. Usually the preposition in followed by ablative case, but not always
More often, it does not include a preposition and takes the nominative endings -i, -ae. -i for both neuter and masculine
If, with the locative case, the preposition in is not used, what endings do the places take?
-I or -ae depending on their gender. So they take the equivalent of bonus rice plural.
The subject receives the action
Endings are tur and ntur
Subject does the action
Ending n nt (in indicative)
What is the agent in the passive voice?
It is the person or thing that does the action, but is not the subject.
When the action is preformed by something other than a person (such as an animal), what gets left out?
The prepositions ab or a, in this case meaning "by"