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Can anyone deecline Aeneis, -idis (f) in full?

Postby pmda » Wed Jul 11, 2012 5:59 am

Orberg Aeneis, -idis (f) dat. quomodo hoc verbum declinatur? ....Accusativus? Dativus? Ablativus? ..
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Re: Can anyone deecline Aeneis, -idis (f) in full?

Postby Craig_Thomas » Wed Jul 11, 2012 10:06 am

The genitive tells you that the stem is Aenēid- and that it belongs to the third declension, so: Aenēis, Aenēidem, Aenēidis, Aenēidī, Aenēide. (It might also be expected to follow the Greek declension with accusative Aenēida and genitive Aenēidos.)
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Re: Can anyone deecline Aeneis, -idis (f) in full?

Postby pmda » Wed Jul 11, 2012 10:13 am

Gratias tibi ago.
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