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Bellwork: Translate into English. Pugnamus Servabitis Servare Pugnant Pugno Servabit Servabis Pugnabunt Pugnabimus Servat Servabo Pugnatis Pugnare Servo Servas Pugnabis. Dative or Accusative?. Give me the horses. I showed Anna the book.

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bellwork translate into english
Bellwork: Translate into English
  • Pugnamus Servabitis
  • Servare Pugnant
  • Pugno Servabit
  • Servabis Pugnabunt
  • Pugnabimus Servat
  • Servabo Pugnatis
  • Pugnare Servo
  • Servas Pugnabis
dative or accusative
Dative or Accusative?
  • Give me the horses.
  • I showed Anna the book.
  • I told my friend the whole story.
  • We carried our bags to the station.
  • He presented his library to the president.
  • He told me how to go to the wharf.
  • They moved to California.
  • Promise me the truth.
  • Show him to me.
  • Forgive us our debts.
ablative of means
Ablative of Means
  • The ablative of means expresses the instrument or means by which a person does something.
  • Romani Galliam pugnis occupant.

“The Romans seize Gaul by fights.”

  • Pugnis Romani Galliam occupant.

“By fights the Romans seize Gaul.”

using the oblique cases genitive dative and ablative
Using the oblique cases: genitive, dative, and ablative
  • Genitive – Formam terrae amo.
  • Dative – Amicis copiam cibi donas.
  • Ablative – Victoriis nostris vitas et pecuniam servabimus.