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I have many brothers. He teaches us science. (double accusative) We will live a long life. a. b. The complement or attribute of a direct object is also put into the accusative: habemus eum regem. we have him as king. 2. 3) multos annos vixit. He lived for many years. 3. Of extent of space puer saxum quinque pedes portavit. The boy carried the rock five feet. 4. 4) nos discedere nolunt. They don’t want us to leave. dicit feminas vēnisse. He says that the women have come. a. Predicate attribute of a subjective accusative dicit feminas esse viduas.
Acc. Abl. ipsi ipsorum ipsis ipsos ipsis Feminine SINGULARS ipsa ipsius ipsi ipsam ipsā PLURALS ipsae ipsarum ipsis ipsas ipsis Neuter Case ipsum ipsius ipsi ipsum ipso Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Abl. ipsa ipsorum ipsis ipsa ipsis Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Abl. I I I. R E F LE X IVE PRONOU N (3 R D PE R S ON ) Case Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Abl. Singular/Plural ——— sui sibi se, sese se, sese IV. DE M ON STRAT I VE PRONOU N S Case Masc. Fem. Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Abl. hic huius huic hunc hōc haec huius huic hanc hac Neut.
Case quid cuius cui quid quo Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Abl. quae quorum quibus quae quibus Nom. Gen. Dat. Acc. Abl. 1. Behaving similarly are the pronouns aliquis, ecquis, nequis, numquis, quisnam, quispiam, quisquam, quisque, and quisquis. a. ” To this list of conjunctions, add neve and neu. VII. 2, III, and V, can also function as adjectives. 2 D. Prepositions D. Prepositions 8. , comes after the positive it governs) * = also occurs as an adverb I. 1. 2. The less common prepositions used with the accusative case: adversus or adversum — toward; against *circā — round, in the vicinity of; about *circiter — about, near (time or number) cis — on this side of; within (time) *citrā — on this side of, short of; apart from; before (time) *clam — unknown to, without the knowledge of erga — toward; against *extrā — outside, beyond; free from; except for *infrā — below, beneath, under; later than *intrā — inside, within; during; less than, within the limits of penes — in the power of, in the possession of; in the house of, with 27 28 Morphology and Grammar Review *pone — behind *propius — nearer to, closer to *proximē — next to, closest to, nearest to secundum — behind; after; next to; according to sub — along, under, up to subter — beneath, up close to *suprā — over, above; beyond; before (time); more than *ultrā — beyond, on the far side of; past (time); over and above (P) *versus — toward I I.