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Prepositions. Place Where, Place to Which, and Place from Which Means , Accompaniment, and Separation. Ablative of Place Where Uses a preposition in – in, on sub – under, at the foot of Tells where something is Answers “ubi” questions. Ablative of Place From Which Uses a preposition

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Prepositions

Prepositions

Place Where, Place to Which, and Place from Which

Means , Accompaniment, and Separation


Three types of prepositions

Ablative of Place Where

Uses a preposition

in – in, on

sub – under, at the foot of

Tells where something is

Answers “ubi” questions

Ablative of Place From Which

Uses a preposition

ab, a – away from

de – down from

ex – out of

Tells where something is coming from

Answers “unde” questions

Three Types of Prepositions

Accusative of Place To Which

  • Uses a preposition

    • in – into, onto

    • ad – to, towards

  • Tells where something is going to

  • Answers “quo” questions


Three types of ablatives

Ablative of Accompaniment

Uses a preposition

cum – with

Tells who someone is with.

Ablative of Means

No preposition

just the ablative by itself translates with, by (means of)

Tells how or by what means something is done

Three Types of Ablatives

Ablative of Separation

  • Uses a preposition

    • sine - without

  • Tells who or what someone or something is without


Nota bene

Nota Bene

  • Prepositional phrases that begin with inter, post, circum and ante are just considered prepositional phrases with the accusative.


Identify the prepositional phrase

Identify the prepositional phrase:

We saw the dog in the house.

Ablative Place Where.


Identify the prepositional phrase1

Identify the prepositional phrase:

They ran away from the dog.

Ablative Place From Which.


Identify the prepositional phrase2

Identify the prepositional phrase:

We walked the dog with her leash.

Ablative of Means


Identify the prepositional phrase3

Identify the prepositional phrase:

She ate dinner with her friend.

Ablative of Accompaniment


Identify the prepositional phrase4

Identify the prepositional phrase:

Your assignment is under your binder.

Ablative Place Where


Identify the prepositional phrase5

Identify the prepositional phrase:

They went into the house.

Accusative Place to Which


Identify the prepositional phrase6

Identify the prepositional phrase:

Her house is at the foot of the mountain.

Ablative Place Where


Identify the prepositional phrase7

Identify the prepositional phrase:

Troia est in Asiā.

Ablative Place Where


Identify the prepositional phrase8

Identify the prepositional phrase:

Servi equis eunt.

Ablative Means


Identify the prepositional phrase9

Identify the prepositional phrase:

Servi in oppidum ambulant.

Accusative Place to Which


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