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THE SECOND DECLENSION: MASCULINE NOUNS

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THE SECOND DECLENSION: MASCULINE NOUNS

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  1. THE SECOND DECLENSION: MASCULINE NOUNS The 2nd DECLENSION isthedeclension of the MASCULINE NOUNS finishing in –US. These are the CASE ENDINGS: MASCULINE nouns usually go with adjectives with the same endings: Nominative: SERVUS BONUS Accusative: SERVUM BONUM

  2. 2nd declension: PRACTICE CULTURE BOOKLET. TheRomanHouse.T RANSLATION. Caeciliusest in peristyloCaecilius in peristyloamoenosedet. NOUN+ADJECTIVE VERB 3rd person Singular NOMINATIVE SINGULAR SUBJECT NOMINATIVE SINGULAR SUBJECT VERB, 3rd person singular PREP+ ABLATIVE PLACE COMPLEMENT PREP+ ABLATIVE PLACE COMPLEMENT Caecilius is in the colonnaded patio. Caecilius is sitting in the quiet/still patio.

  3. 2-1-2 and 3rd Declension Adjectives(masculine-feminine-neuter)

  4. Overview • Adjectives do not have to agree with nouns in declension. • However, they must agree with the nouns they modify in Gender, Number, and Case. • There are two types of adjectives, 2-1-2 and 3rd declension adjectives (2 and 1 terminations).

  5. 2-1-2 Adjectives • These adjectives can be identified by their nominative endings of us, a, and um. • The masculine form of a 2-1-2 adjective declines like the second declension. • The feminine form of the adjective declines like the first declension. • And the neuter form declines like the 2nd Declension Neuter.

  6. 2-1-2 Examples

  7. 3rd Declension Adjectives • All 3rd Declension Adjectives decline like the 3rd declension. • Some of these adjectives have the same ending for masculine and feminine, the neuter ending being different. • Others have the same ending for masculine, feminine, and neuter. These are called One Termination Adjectives.

  8. 3rd Declension Adjectives: 3 terminations

  9. 3rd Declension Adjectives: 1 termination

  10. Translationpractice ANALYZE FIRST, CASE AND NUMBER; NEXT, FUNCTIONS. Duces Romanorum magnas legiones suas in Germaniam cum equitibus ducebant et contra feroces Germanos pugnabant. NOM PLUR GENIT PL ACCUSATIVE PL PREPOSITIONAL COMPLEMENT PREPOSITIONAL COMPLEMENT SUBJECT POSSESSIVE (CN) DIRECT C. IN + ACCUS CUM+ABLAT PLACE C. VERB; IMP, 3rd P.PL PREPOSITIONS - IN+ACC: TO, TOWARDS - CUM+ABLATIVE: WITH - CONTRA +ACCUSATIVE: AGAINST VERB; IMP, 3rd P.PL CONJ PREPOSITIONAL COMPLEMENT CONTRA+ACCUSATIVE VOCAB: dux-ducis/ legio-legionis/ equis-equitis//adj: magnus-a-um/ suus-a-uum

  11. The End!