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L1 P1 U1 Lesson 3

Noun cases, vocab

QuestionAnswer
Nominative Case Subject of the sentence
Genitive Case Most commonly used to show possession - one noun modifying another
Accusative Case Direct Object of the sentence
Dative Case Indirect object of the sentence - usually translated as "to" or "for"
Ablative Case Various uses - translate as "with" or "by"
Vocative Case Used to directly address someone
Imperative mood for verbs translate as a direct command
antiquus, -a, -um (adj.) ancient
casa, casae (fem. noun) cottage, hut
fortuna, fortunae (fem. noun) fortune, luck
hospita, hospitae (fem. noun) guest, stranger, foreign, host, entertainer
multus, -a, -um (adj.) much, many
pecunia, pecuniae (fem. noun) money
philosophia, philosophiae (fem. noun) philosophy
poena, poenae (fem. noun) penalty, punishment
poenas dare pay the penalty
porta, portae (fem. noun) gate, entrance
puella, puellae (fem. noun) girl
Roma, Romae (fem. noun) Rome
Created by: mhuffman