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Test review IV-20-21

Test review IV-20-21 - Master Test Review IV Chapter 20 4th...

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Master Test Review IV Austin DeBoer Chapter 20: 4 th 1) 4 th declension: a) Mostly masculine, w/ some neuters and a few femine b) Metus, -us (m) Singular Plural Nom . Metus Metus Gen. Metus (long u) Metuum Dat. Metui Metibus Acc. metum Metus Abl. metu metibus Neuter: Genu, -us (n): knee Singula r Plural Nom . Genu Genua Gen. Genus Genuum Dat. Genu Genibus Acc. Genu Genua Abl. genu genibus 2) Ablatives: a) Place from which: i) a/ab, e/ex, de ( down from a place) + ablative ii) example: (1) marcus ab italia navigavit (2) Servuus ex agris cucurrit
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Master Test Review IV Austin DeBoer b) Separation: i) ID the type of verb ( hindering, preventing, lacking, freeing, holding, etc.) ii) Example: (1) Troiani Graecos ab muris prohiberunt Chapter 20: self tutorial questions: 1) Indicate the force of the following masculine and feminine endings of the 4 th declension: Endin g force -um Direct object (acc) -uum Of (genitive plural) -u Ablative ( by/with/ from)
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