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De Cap XXXV Familia Romana (Orberg) VII

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De Cap XXXV Familia Romana (Orberg) VII

Postby pmda » Wed Feb 29, 2012 6:39 am

1.

[M] Praepositio quid est?

[D] Pars orationis quae praeposita aliis partibus orationis significationem earum aut complet aut mutat aut minuit. …

Praepono + dat. ?


2.

[M] Da utriusque casus praepositiones!

[D] 'In', 'sub', 'super'.

Nescio huius significationem.

'Give prepositions of each case'?..
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Re: De Cap XXXV Familia Romana (Orberg) VII

Postby Craig_Thomas » Wed Feb 29, 2012 10:03 am

1.

Virgilius poeta optimus fuit, ut credo.
Virgilium omnibus praepono.
Virgilius omnibus praepositus est.

Praepositio primum scribitur, deinde aliae partes orationis.
Praepositio aliis partibus orationis praeposita est.

2.

'Uterque' significat 'each of two' aut 'both'. Praepositiones 'in', 'sub', et 'super' praepositae sint nominibus et casus accusativi et ablativi.
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Re: De Cap XXXV Familia Romana (Orberg) VII

Postby pmda » Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:07 pm

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Yes but...is it dative or ablative..? omnibus could be either.
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Re: De Cap XXXV Familia Romana (Orberg) VII

Postby Craig_Thomas » Wed Feb 29, 2012 1:18 pm

Dativus est.
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Re: De Cap XXXV Familia Romana (Orberg) VII

Postby pmda » Wed Feb 29, 2012 2:14 pm

Gratias tibi ago. Ut id sit pensabam.
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