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  1. Dies MartisXIII KalendaeFebruarii Warm-up: finish the first part of the chart -Latin moments -HW review -grammar lesson (declining nouns) HW: declensions worksheet short quiz this Thursday

  2. Ancilla, ancillae, f. SING PL NOM ancillaancillae GEN ancillae(ancillarum) ACC ancillamancillas

  3. Aqua, aquae, f. SING PL NOM aqua aquae GEN aquae(aquarum) ACC aquamaquas

  4. Cibus, cibi, m. SING PL NOM cibuscibi GEN cibi(ciborum) ACC cibumcibos

  5. Mater, matris, f. SING PL NOM mater matres GEN matris(matrum) ACC matremmatres

  6. Pater, patris, m. SING PL NOM pater patres GEN patris(patrum) ACC patrempatres

  7. Cornelia magn____ vocem audit.Cornelia magn____ fragorem audit.Why are the endings in the blank spaces different?

  8. Cornelia magn___ vocem audit.Cornelia hears the loud voice. The word “magn___” modifies (describes) the word “vocem.” What case, number, and gender is vocem?

  9. Vocem = feminine, singular, accusative The feminine singular accusative form of magnus, magna, magnum is “magnam.”The endings are different because the words follow different patterns, but the words still have to be the same case, number, and gender. Hence why it’s not “magnemvocem.”

  10. Cornelia magn___ fragorem audit.Cornelia hears the loud noise. The word “magn___” modifies (describes) the word “fragorem.” What case, number, and gender is fragorem?

  11. Fragorem = masculine, singular, accusative The masculine singular accusative form of magnus, magna, magnum is “magnum.”So even though “vocem” and “fragorem” have the same ending, one is feminine, while the other is masculine. Therefore, the adjective’s endings will most likely be different.