Case Review Ablative: 15. Object of Certain Prepositions ( pro for, on behalf of, in front of; sine without), 16. Place Where ( in in, on; sub under), 17. Place from Which ( a, ab from, away from ; e, ex out of, from; de down from, concerning, about)
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15. Object of Certain Prepositions (pro for, on behalf of, in front of; sine without),
16. Place Where (in in, on; sub under),
17. Place from Which (a, ab from, away from; e, ex out of, from;
de down from, concerning, about)
18. Means or Instrument (no preposition),
19. Manner (cum with),
20. Accompaniment (cum with),
21. Respect (no preposition),
22. Time When/Within Which (no preposition),
23. Agent (a/ab by),
24. Separation (a/ab from or no preposition),
25. Comparison (no preposition),
26. Cause (no preposition)
27. Degree of Difference ( with comparative degree word)
28. Ablative Absolute (noun + participle, noun + noun, noun + adjective)
29. Description (no preposition)
The Helvetians were hemmed in on all sides by rivers, mountains, and a lake.
Prima luceproelium commiserunt et hostibus diu resisterunt.
The began battle at first light and resisted the enemy for a long time.
Numa rege, portae templi Jani clausae sunt.
When Numa was king, the gates of the temple of Janus were closed.
Caesar ab urbeprofectus est et ad Genavam pervenit.
Caesar set out from the city and arrived at Geneva.
Socii ejus comprehensipaucis post diebussine judiciointerfecti sunt.
His allies, having been seized a few days afterwards, were killed without a trial.
They are sending distinguished ambassadors to speak with Caesar.
Romanimagna cum caedein fugam ab hostibus dati sunt.
The Romans with great slaughter were put into flight by the enemy.
Because of fear the soldiers fled.
Scipio erat homomagna virtute.
Scipio was a man of great courage.