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Prepositions lesson3

Jenney's First Year expressions of place

TermDefinition
ā (preposition with the ablative) From, away (used only before a word beginning with a consonant except h)
ab (preposition with the ablative) From, away (used any time)
ad (preposition with the accusative) To, towards
dē (preposition with the accusative) From, down from; about, concerning
ē (preposition with the ablative) From, out of (used before a word beginning with b, d, g, l, m, n, r, v, or consonant i)
ex (preposition with the ablative) From out of (used before a word NOT beginning with b, d, g, l, m, n, r, v, or consonant i)
in (preposition with accusative) Into, onto, against
in (preposition with ablative) Under, at the foot of
sub (preposition with accusative) To under, up to, to the foot of
sub (preposition with ablative) Under, at the foot of
Created by: VanWhit