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Unformatted text preview: Constructions: complementary infinitive – debeo laudare – I ought to praise apposition-a phrase or noun that modifies or specifies another noun- e.g. Midas, magnus rex Phrygia – magnus on is an appositive -clause is attached to a noun ablative of means – use ablative-put means by which action is done in the ablative, don’t use a prep. ablative of accompaniment – cum+ablative, answers question with whom? ablative of manner- cum+abl, answers question how? i.e. with speed, with courage – Id cum virtute fecit – he did it with courage ablative of agent- use ab +ablative for an agent by whom the action is done(if it’s a person, it’s always ab) ablative of time-“time when” or “within which” – w/o a prep. – Eo tempore – at that time I couldn’t do it; in good years, in the summer; Eodem die venerunt – they came on the same day, with die as ablative of dies partitive genitive(or genitive of whole) – if a word designating a whole of something is used after...
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- Winter '08
- Latin, Romance languages, Grammatical mood, ut urbem servaret