Glossary of Latin 1 Grammar
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- 1rst declension noun endings
- a ae
- 2nd declension noun endings
- us (um) i (a)
um os (a)
- 3rd declension noun endings
- _ es (a)
em (_) es (a)
- 4th declension noun endings
- us (u) us (ua)
us (us) uum
ui (u) ibus
um (u) us (ua)
u (u) ibus
- 5th declension noun endings
- es es
- "us, a, um" adjectives
- take endings from the first and second declensions
- 3rd declension adjectives with three parts
- each part shows a separate gender
- 3rd declension adjectives with two parts
- first part shows M and F, second part show N
- 3rd declension adjectives with one part
- first part is M, F, and N, only different in acc sing. and pl. and nom pl.
- UNUS NAUTA
- adjectives that have ius for their genetives
- How are comparatives made?
- stem + "ior" (m,f), "ius" (n)
- How are adverbs made?
- with 1st and 2nd decl. adj.: stem + e
with 3rd decl. adj.: stem + "iter"
- How are comparative adverbs made?
- stem + "ius"
- How are superlatives made?
- stem + "issimus"
- What are the superlatives that don't follow the rule?
- facilis (easy), difficilis (difficult), similis (similar), dissimilis (not similar), gracilis (slim, slender, thin, skinny, insignificant), humilis (humble, low) + any 'r's