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Ablative of Manner. uses Latin preposition cum (with) cum is optional with noun-adjective pair prepositional phrase that serves as an adverb answers “How?” or “In what manner?”. Is cum studi ō laborat. Is (cum) magnō studiō laborat. uses Latin preposition cum (with)

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    1. Ablative of Manner

    2. uses Latin preposition cum (with) cum is optional with noun-adjective pair prepositional phrase that serves as an adverb answers “How?” or “In what manner?” Is cum studiō laborat. Is (cum) magnō studiō laborat.

    3. uses Latin preposition cum (with) cum is optional with noun-adjective pair prepositional phrase that serves as an adverb answers “How?” or “In what manner?” Is cum studiō laborat. He works with eagerness (eagerly). Is (cum) magnō studiō laborat.

    4. uses Latin preposition cum (with) cum is optional with noun-adjective pair prepositional phrase that serves as an adverb answers “How?” or “In what manner?” Is cum studiō laborat. He works with eagerness (eagerly). Is (cum) magnō studiō laborat. He works with great eagerness (very eagerly).

    5. Let’s practice. • Niobe talks with pride.

    6. Let’s practice. • Niobe talks with pride. • Niobe cum superbiā dicit. • Or Niobe talks proudly.

    7. Liberī ferocem serpentem magnō cum timore interficient. ferox, ferocis = wild, ferocious timor, timoris = m., fear

    8. Liberī ferocem serpentem magnō cum timore interficient. • The children will kill the ferocious snake with great fear. ferox, ferocis = wild, ferocious timor, timoris = m., fear

    9. Let’s review. • ablative of manner • cum • prepositional phrase • adverbial phrase Valete!