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Lat1RevCh7AK - nomen mihi est _ Latin 1 Review: Chapter 7...

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nomen mihi est _____________________________ Latin 1 Review: Chapter 7 The 3 rd Declension contains nouns of all three genders. There is a variety of endings for the nominative singular, but the genitive is always -is . Because there are so many genders and nominative endings, it’s easy to see why we MUST learn the dictionary entries for every vocabulary word. We get the stem, as always, by dropping the ending off the genitive singular , then we add on these endings to decline: M/F Singular Plural N Singular Plural Nom ---- ēs Nom ---- a Gen is um Gen is um Dat ī ibus Dat ī ibus Acc em ēs Acc ---- a Abl e ibus Abl e ibus NB that the differences in the neuter endings from the masculine/feminine endings are the same as we learned before: nom = acc, nom/acc pl = a. Otherwise, they are the same as the M/F endings. Let’s try declining some for practice: M/F Singular Plural N Singular Plural Nom rex regēs Nom carmen carmina Gen regis regum Gen carminis carminum Dat regī regibus Dat carminī
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This note was uploaded on 07/11/2008 for the course LAT 43 taught by Professor Onl during the Spring '08 term at BYU.

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Lat1RevCh7AK - nomen mihi est _ Latin 1 Review: Chapter 7...

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