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Test III Master review Austin DeBoer Chapter 15: Self- Tutorial questions 1. State the difference between cardinal numbers and ordinal numerals. Cardinals are actual numbers like 1,2, or 3, while ordinals are words used to order things such as first, second, and third. 2. What cardinals are declined: 1-100 are indeclinable adjectives, but 200- 900 are declined like plural adjectives on the 1 st and 2 nd declensions. However, 1,000 is also indeclinable. 3. What ordinals are declined All ordinals are declinable. 4. State the form or possible forms of each of the following: Latin Forms Duobus Dative/ ablative plural Mille Indeclinable adjective Tria Nom/ acc plural neuter Duo Nominative plural m/ n; accusative neuter Quinque Any form in plural Milia Nom/ acc plural neuter Decem Any form in plural Duabus Dat/ acc pl f Centum Any form in plural Trium Genitive plural m, f, n Viginti Any for in plural octo Any form in plural 5. Why is the genitive of the whole called so? The word which indicated the whole number or amount out of which a part is taken is normally
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