Oct4 - Third declension nouns; nominative plurals; and...

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Third declension nouns; nominative plurals; and third person plural verbs Oct. 4, 2011
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in basilicā
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in basilicā Caecilius: “Hermogenēs pecūniam dēbet .” iūdex: “Hermogenēs, tu pecūniam dēbēs ?” Hermogenēs: “ego pecūniam non dēbeō .”
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in basilicā Hermogenēs: “Caecilius est mendāx.” Caecilius: “ego nōn sum mendāx! tū, Hermogenēs, es mendāx!” Quis est mendāx?
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in basilicā
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Third declension nouns iūdex: iūdicem (judge) mendāx: mendācem (liar) Cambridge gives the nominative and accusative forms for third declension nouns (and gives only the nominative for first and second declension). Notice the -em ending for third declension accusatives.
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Third declension nouns canis: canem nāvis: nāvem mercātor: mercātōrem tōnsor: tōnsorem pāvō: pāvōnem leō: leōnem senex: senem
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Third declension nouns Third declension Singular Endings Nominative rēx - Genitive rēgis -is Dative rēgī Accusative rēgem -em Ablative rēge -e
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Grumiō et leō
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