A quick question about dates.

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Whitefort
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A quick question about dates.

Post by Whitefort » Sat Nov 01, 2014 11:13 am

Hi.

I have a quick question, and I'd be grateful if anyone would help me out.

I know that 'time at which' should be in the ablative, but I'm not quite sure how to apply this to specific dates. For example, how would I say something like 'on (Ante Diem Decimum Kalendas Octobres) I went to Asia.'

Would I have to put some of the date into the Ablative, and if so, which bits? Or is there some other way of doing it?

Many thanks!

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Re: A quick question about dates.

Post by bedwere » Wed Nov 05, 2014 12:12 am

Ante Diem Decimum Kalendas Octobres ivi in Asiam, Kalendis Octobribus reversus sum :D

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