thesaurus wrote:To elaborate, in the cases of cities, towns, small islands, domus (home), and rus (countryside), the accusative case is used alone to indicate movement to these destinations. So "domum eo" means "I go home." Conversely, the ablative case often has the sense of separation or movement away from.
Scribo wrote:thesaurus wrote:As for the seperation thing, I always remember it as being ab+lativus = something alongst the lines of "from the side"
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