Dear All, particularly Signor Smythe
I could find the answer elsewhere but I'm just being lazy and a pro-active way.
So, B.L. D'Ooge says;
"A noun governed by a preposition must be in the Accusative or Ablative case"
Section 52 Page 23
Does that mean that everything in the Ablative has to be headed by a preposition?
Thank you for you reply to my previous announcement.
I'm really not a computer person so the normal causal pathway of things stopped when the "contact Smythe" option wouldn't let me.
Anyway, mumble, mumble, grumble, grumble, email is;
Look forward to hearing from you,