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prepositions from ch

Ecce chapter 9 prepositions

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a, ab by, from (used with ablative case)
sine without (used with ablative case)
in in, on (used with ablative case)
de about, down from (used with ablative case)
sub under, below (used with ablative case)
pro in front of, on behalf of (used with ablative case)
cum with (used with ablative case)
e, ex out of, from (used with ablative case)
circum around (used with accusative case)
ante before, in front of (used with accusative case)
per through, along (used with accusative case)
prope near (used with accusative case)
intra within (used with accusative case)
post behind, after (used with accusative case)
ad toward, at (used with accusative case)
trans across (used with accusative case)
super above (used with accusative case)
inter between (used with accusative case)
in into, onto (used with accusative case)
Created by: magistra