Lingua Latina 12: Miles Romanus

1. The Dative of the Possessor

The dative case is used to express to whom something belongs. The thing possessed, in such sentences, will be the subject of the verb esse.

So instead of saying "Marcus has a brother", a Roman would say "there is a brother to Marcus".


2. The Most Common Men's Names

3. NOSTER vs. VESTER

4. FERT = PORTANT

5. Ablative of Means/Instrument

6. The Accusative of Extent of Space

7. The Comparative Degree of Adjectives

8. The Partitive Genitive

9. The Dative with Intransitive Verbs

10. The Fourth Declension

11. CONTRĀ + Accusative

12. MILLE PASSŬS vs. MILIA PASSUUM

13. IMPETUM FACERE vs. IMPETUM SUSTINĒRE

14. PUGNĀRE and Its Compounds

15. Vocabula Nova: Lingua Latina Chapter 12

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