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Extra Vocab

Prepositions, Conjunctions and other extra vocab pieces

Indicating a question -ne added to the first word of the sentance
And et
Both...and et...et
And -que added to the first of the two words
But sed
Away from a, ab (used with the Ablative)
To, toward ad (used with the Accusative)
Out of, from e, ex (Used with the Ablative)
In, on in (used with the Ablative)
Into, onto, against in (used with the Accusative)
In front of, on behalf of, instead of pro (used with the Ablative)
Across, beyond tans (used with the Accusative)
With cum (used with the Ablative)
Under, beneath sub (used with the Ablative)
To the foot/base of, along under sub (used with the Accusative)
Down from, about, concerning de (used with the Ablative)
Because of, on account of propter (used with the Accusative)
Without Sine (used with the Abblative)
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