<br /><br />No. absum. Better abero. Absum is a verb just like sum.<br /> <br />Adsum + Abl:<br />Adsum officina ero adusque Diem Iovis ante diem VIII idum november MMIII. Si auxilium requiritis, oro ut ad II-V-VI V-I-II I-0-II-IV Manderley vocetis.<br />
<br /><br />Ablative for time when (on the eighth day), accusative for time how long (for eight days).<br />Quote from: Skylax on Today at 02:15:54am <br />- The latin said ANTE DIEM OCTAVUM IDUS NOVEMBRES, what is not logical, instead of DIE OCTAVO ANTE IDUS NOVEMBRES <br /><br /><br />Are you saying that the phrase should be ABL (die octavo) instead of ACC (diem octavum)? Why?
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