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Grammar I Lesson 5

CLAA Grammar I Lesson 5

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How many things happen to a Noun Substantive Six things happen to a Noun Substantive: Gender, Number, Case, Declension, Figure, and Kind.
What is Gender? Gender is a certain distinction of sex.
How many genders are there? There are five genders
What is the 1st gender? the Masculine, before which is commonly put the pronoun hic, as hic dominus, a Lord
What is the 2nd gender? the Feminine, before which is put haec as, haec ancilla, a handmaiden;
What is the 3rd gender? the Neuter, before which is commonly put the pronoun hoc, as hoc mancipium, a servant;
What is the 4th gender? the Common-of-Two, before which is put both hic et haec, as hic et haec parens, a parent;
What is the 5th gender? the Common-of-Three, before which is put hic, haec et hoc, as: hic, haec and hoc prudens, a wise person or thing. This gender belongs only to Noun Adjectives.
What is Number? Number is a note of quantity or multitude.
How many numbers are there? Two: Singular, which signifies one thing as puer, boy; Plural, which signifies many things, as: pueri, boys
Created by: Hammans