Before you view this page, make sure you have the tabs you need. You should have a set of 1. and declining nomic cards, a map for the 1st version, 2. male declination, and 2. Castrier declination (if you have not yet obtained on 2. neuter variation, it will still make sense). 2. identify the sex of the more complete statement 3. Finally, check the end of the adjective: it must match with the name in the case, number and sex. Adjectives for 1/2. The adjectives of declination are very similar to the nomic endings of the 1/2nd declination (there are something like third decline adjectives that you won`t be surprised to use 3.
Nomic declination endings, type of listening). To verify the end of your adjective, go to the corresponding adjective card: sex is the attribute you need to identify first. The sex of the name dictates the sex of the adjective, so go to that tab. When you are there, you draw an imaginary line in the singular or plural column and an imaginary line above each case where the noun is. The lines are cut to the right ending for your adjective: Top 1. puella, puellae is a 1st Nov of variation (we know this because the genius of the word ends in -ae. All words whose singular genius ends in -ae are 1st declension nomen). If we look at our first declination map, we see that -a is the singular nominative end.
3. Check the end of the adjective: it must agree with the name in case, number and full sex explanation 4. We place the nominal end of the female adjective (-a) on the root of the adjective. The list of dictionaries of the adjective is bonus, -a, around. This offers the form of singular nominative for all three sexes, so you can reconcile it with any Nobiss sex in any case and in any number. We find the root by taking the end of the genitif of a sexist genre (it is easier to rely on the masculine, because that is the priority … the nominative is bonus, and the genitif would be bonus, so the root is good-). Now add the corresponding extension (female singular nominative) back on the root… And you`ve got Bona. You also need a set of 1st and 2s. declination adjective cards. You should be tagged with FEMININE, ONE MASCULINE AND ONE NEUTER.
The endings are identical to the nomadic maps mentioned above (female adjectives – 1. Declination names, male adjectives – 2. Decline names and adjectives castrated at the extremities – 2. declination). In Latin, adjectives and nouns coincide in case, number and gender. It is very easy to identify pairs of adjectives/nomads in Latin or to put the appropriate endings on adjective/nomic pairs when sentences are translated into Latin. BUT YOU SHOULDN`T MAKE THE MISTAKE OF THINKING YOU SHOULD BE “LOOK ALIKE.” Follow these simple steps: 1. Identify the case and the name number by its end (you need to know the declination to do so) complete Declaration 1. Always look for the name first, because the names have a sex that never changes. The first thing you need to know about a no bite in a sentence is to know which variation it belongs to.
This is important because you need to know which tab you should refer to (in your head or pocket) so that you can identify the case and the number of names based on its ending (for example. B If you don`t know what periculum, pericculi decline, you can identify Pericula as a singular nominative of the first variation, whether it`s nominative or battery. Do you see how dangerous this can be?) Top 2. The next step is to identify the sex of nostun. It`s easy, because names have a sex that never changes. That is what it is. Remember the sex of a disagreement if you literally remember it as a vocabulary.