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Latin prepositions. DENT 4. Exercise - translate to Latin. connective tissue of shin bone vein of tongue epidemic of diphtheria epidemics of smallpox cause of sharp located pain fracture of shin bone. fracture of a vertebra fracture of vertebrae fractures of a vertebra

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exercise translate to latin
Exercise - translate to Latin
  • connective tissue of shin bone
  • vein of tongue
  • epidemic of diphtheria
  • epidemics of smallpox
  • cause of sharp located pain
  • fracture of shin bone
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fracture of a vertebra
  • fracture of vertebrae
  • fractures of a vertebra
  • fractures of vertebrae
  • jar of water
  • opening of bladder
  • openings of bladder
  • vein of nipple
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veins of nipple
  • suture of rupture of sheet of connective tissue
  • displacement of upper jaw
  • displacement of opening of orbit
  • displacement of openings of orbits
  • rupture of windpipe
  • suture of rupture of windpipe
  • area of fracture of skull
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  • Latin prepositions
  • Prepositions with Abl.
  • Prepositions with Acc.
  • Prepositions with both cases
latin prepositions1
Latin prepositions
  • Latin prepositions are associated either with Acc. or Abl. or both.
  • Which means that we have three groups: (a) prepositions that require always using of Acc.; (b) prepositions requiring Abl.; (c) prepositions requiring both.
  • Both grammatical numbers can be used depending on meaning.
prepositions followed with acc in latin
Prepositions followed with Acc. in Latin
  • ad
  • adversus
  • ante
  • apud
  • circum/circa
  • contra
  • extra
  • infra
  • inter
  • intra
  • per
  • post
  • praeter
  • prope
  • propter
  • secundum
  • supra
  • trans

For English equivalents see table on p. 45 - 46 of your textbook

prepositions followed with abl in latin
Prepositions followed with Abl. in Latin
  • a/ab
  • e/ex
  • de
  • cum
  • sine
  • pro
  • English equivalents are on the page 46 of the textbook.
  • Prepositions a/ab and e/ex have two forms depending on following word. If the word begins with a consonant, we use “a” or “e”. If there is a vowel, we use “ab”, “ex”.
prepositions with both cases
Prepositions with both cases
  • in
  • sub
  • These three prepositions can be linked with word in Acc. or Abl.
  • Acc. is used to express motion, and Abl. with static aspect.
  • Example:
  • laesio in vena (Abl.) a damage (that is) in vein.
  • infusio in venam (Acc.) an infusion to the vein.