Chapter 2. Nouns!. Key Concepts for Sept. 2. Case (nom., gen., dat., acc., abl., voc.) Declension “To decline” First declension Preposition Gender. In English…. How do we know what a subject, object, indirect object, predicate, object of the preposition, and possessive are?
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1) SUBJECT of sentence
“Marla is giving Bob a kidney”
“Doctors give organs in hospitals”
2) PREDICATE NOMINATIVE with LINKING VERB
“Marlais a quack”
Nominative- Porta (port) Portae
Genitive- Portae (of the port) Portārum
Dative- Portae (to/for the port) Portīs
Accusative- Portam (port) Portās
Ablative- Portā (b/w/f the port) Portīs
Vocative- Porta (port!) Portae
Erro in villam
1) Go to the feminine form of the adj.
2) DROP OFF ENDING
3) Make the adjective agree with its noun in gender, number, and case
Magna, magnae, magnae, magnam, etc.
Masculine Professionalism rule:
Nouns that indicate professions in the FIRST DECLENSION are masculine even though they have feminine LOOKING endings: e.g.
Nominative- Mea PuellaMeaePuellae
Vocative- Mea PuellaMeaePuellae
*NB: You will have to “Noun-adjective pair” on a test