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Cum clauses 2

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Themistocles, cum Graeciam servitute Persica liberawisset et propter invidiam in exsilium expluses esset, ingratae patriae iniuriam non tulit quan ferre debuit
Servitute ablative, f., singular. servitūs servitūtēs ablative of separation.
liberavisset third-person singular pluperfect active subjunctive. libero 1.
invidiam accusative, singular, f. invidia invidae, propter takes the accusative
exsilium accusative, singular, n. exsilium exsilii, in motion towards
expulsus esset plpf, passive, subjunctive, 3rd, sng. M Cum clause Expello, -ere, expulli, expulsus
ingratae Genitive, f. sng. ingratus ingrati Modifies patriae
Patriae Gen. f. sng. patria patriae possesses iniuriam
iniuriam Accusative sng f. iniuria iniuriae. Direct object.
tuli perfect active 3rd sng indicitive ferro ferre tuli latum
ferre prsent active inf. ferro ferrre tuli latum complementary infinitive
debuit third-person singular perfect active indicative of dēbeō debere debrui debitum
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