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Latin Grammar Struct

grammer structures

QuestionAnswer
appositive noun that renames another noun, if renamed noun is in nominative case called predicate nominative, goes in case of renamed noun
predicate accusative renames word in accusative case, appositive in accusative case
ablative of accompaniment tells in whose company someone is, used with something alive, CUM -
ablative of place where uses in or sub, tells where someone/something is
ablative of place from which uses ab, de, or ex, tells from where someone/something is coming
accusative of place to which uses ad, in, or sub, indicates directions toward someone/something
attributive adjective provides more info about noun, if taken out the sentence still makes sense, doesn't describe subject
Created by: jumpthemoon