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Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_
Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_
Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_
Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_
Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_
Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_
Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_
Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_
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Prezentace 1.deklinace _aj_

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  • 1. Nullaestmedicina sine lingua Latina
  • 2. 1st DECLENSION(a-stems)
  • 3. Examples:
    1) Nouns of Latin origin:
    Example: vena, ae, f.
    Exceptions: dentista, ae, m.; antagonista, ae, m.
    sg. pl.
    1. vēn-a 1. vēn-ae
    2. vēn-ae 2. vēn-ārum
    4. vēn-am4. vēn-ās
    6. ven-ā 6. vēn-īs
  • 4. Examples: systole, es, f.; diabetes, ae, m.
    sg. sg.
    1. systol-ē 1. diabēt-ēs
    2. systol-ēs 2. diabēt-ae
    4. systol-ēn 4. diabēt-am/ēn
    6. systol-ē 6. diabet-ā/ē
    In plural systole and diabetes are declined like
    vena
    2) Nouns of Greek origin:
  • 5. Exercise: Dividethenounsintothreegroupsaccording to theexamplesanddeclinethem:
    costa
    ascites
    diastole
    diphtheria
    maxilla
    dyspnoe
    gangraena
    antagonista
  • 6. 1) Adjectives of 1st and 2nd declension:
    latus(m.), a (f.), um (n.)
    sinister (m.), a (f.), um (n.)
    2) Adjectives of 3rd declension:
    celer(m.),is (f.), e (n.)
    brevis (m., f.), e (n.)
    multiplex (m,f.,n.), icis (gen. sg.)
    ADJECTIVES
  • 7. The form ofthe adjective must correspond with
    grammatical categories of the noun, i.e. the
    case,number and gender:
    E.g. fractura(f.) apertabut dentista(m.) bonus
    Feminine forms of adjectives of 1st and 2nd
    declension are declined like vena:
    sg.pl.
    1. tonsill-a palatin-a 1. tonsill-ae palatin-ae
    2. tonsill-ae palatin-ae 2. tonsill-ārum palatin-ārum
    4. tonsill-am palatin-am 4. tonsill-ās palatin-ās
    6. tonsill-ā palatin-ā 6. tonsill-īs palatin-īs
  • 8. Translateanddecline:
    a hollowvein
    a brokenshoulderblade
    a complicatedfracture
    a thorasicvertebra
    a congenitalanomaly
    a trueandfalserib
    anauditary tube

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