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The Fifth Declension

The Fifth Declension

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The Fifth Declension

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  1. Nom. -ēs Gen. -eī/-ēī Dat. -eī/-ēī Acc. -em Abl. -ē Nom. -ēs Gen. -ērum Dat. -ēbus Acc. -ēs Abl. -ēbus Nom. rēsdiēs Gen. reīdiēī Dat. reīdiēī Acc. rem diem Abl. rēdiē Nom. rēsdiēs Gen. rērumdiērum Dat. rēbusdiēbus Acc. rēsdiēs Abl. rēbusdiēbus The Fifth Declension

  2. Nom. rēs bona Gen. reī bonae Dat. reī bonae Acc. rem bonam Abl. rē bonā Nom. rēs bonae Gen. rērum bonārum Dat. rēbus bonīs Acc. rēs bonās Abl. rēbus bonīs Nom. diēs dulcis Gen. diēī dulcis Dat. diēī dulcī Acc. diem dulcem Abl. diē dulcī Nom. diēs dulcēs Gen. diērum dulcum Dat. diēbus dulcibus Acc. diēs dulcēs Abl. diēbus dulcibus The Fifth Declension

  3. Common Uses of res • Res frumentaria • Res publica • Res gestae • Res novae • Grain supply, forage • State, republic • Deeds, accomplishments • Revolution

  4. Means Manner Agent Accompaniment Time Place Separation by, with with by from in on at, from Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  5. The ablative with in and sub indicates Place where In urbe id scrīpsit Sub urbe id scrīpsit Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  6. The ablative with ab, dē and ex indicates Place from which Ex urbe id mīsit Ut dē fīnibus suīs exīrent. Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  7. The ablative with ab, dē and ex indicates Separation Ab urbe eō prohibuit. Gallōs ab Aquītānīs Garumna flūmen, ā Belgīs Matrona et Sēquana dīvidit Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  8. The ablative with cum indicates Accompaniment Manner Cum amīcō id scrīpsit. Cum cūrā id scrīpsit. Magnā cum cūrā id scrīpsit. Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  9. The ablative can be used alone to indicate Means Urbem legione vincit. Suā manū id scrīpsit. Hic illem clāvā pulsāvit. Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  10. The ablative can be used alone to indicate Manner Magnā cūrā id scrīpsit. Studiō ille omnēs hōs vincit. Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  11. The ablative can be used alone to indicate Time When Time Within Which Eō tempore parva erat Roma. Tribus diēbus ille urbem delet. Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  12. The ablative can be used alone to indicate Separation (particularly with ideas of freeing, lacking and depriving) Metū eōs līberāvit. Magnā famā et fortunā illa caret. Uses of the Ablative learned so far

  13. Hī cīvēs patriam cōnservābunt. Patria ab hīs cīvibus cōnservābitur. Patria armīs et vēritāte cōnservābitur These citizens will save the country. The country will be saved by these citizens. The country will be saved by arms and truth. Ablative of Personal Agent

  14. Malī virī urbem dēlēbant. Urbs ab malīs virīs dēlēbātur. Urbs flammīs dēlēbātur. Evil men were destroying the city. The city was being destroyed by evil men. The city was being destroyed by flames. Ablative of Personal Agent

  15. Hī cīvēs patriam cōnservābunt. Patria ab hīs cīvibus cōnservābitur. Patria armīs et vēritāte cōnservābitur These citizens will save the country. The country will be saved by these citizens. The country will be saved by arms and truth. Ablative of Personal Agent

  16. The Ablative Case Quibuscum veniēs? Magnā cum spē id faciēbat. Hōc stilō id scriptum est. Res publica ab amico meo adiuta est. Metū magnō omnes liberati sumus.