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3rd declension accusative singular and plural (masc and fem)

-em, -es

2

3rd declension genitive singular and plural (masc and fem)

-is, -(i)um

3

3rd declension dative endings, singular and plural (masc and fem)

-i, -ibus

4

3rd declension ablative endings, singular and plural (masc and fem)

-e, -ibus

5

3rd declension endings for nominative singular and plural (masc and fem)

Either have no ending, end in -is, -es, or -s.

Plural is definitely -es

6

The genitive plural has 2 possible endings (3rd declension): what are these two endings and what determines which one to use?

-ium and -um.

Consonant-stems. Nouns with no ending in the nominative have -um in the genitive plural

I-stems. Nouns in -is, -es, -s will have -ium endings in the genitive plural

7

What is assimilation?

When a verb is joined together with a prefix. This prefix will add some extra meaning to the verb.

For example, joining (or assimilating) ad and currit together produces accurrit, which means "run to"

8

What nouns have no ending?

Nouns like pastor, arbor, sol, or none of the other endings we know. And canis!!

9

Nouns that end in s, like mons will add what word with their stem when conjugated?

A "t," so in the genitive singular mons would be montis