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  • 1. First Declension Nominative, Accusative and Ablative ONLY
  • 2. FIRST DECLENSION
    • Singular
    • Nom. a
    • Acc. am
    • Abl. â
    • Plural
    • ae
    • as
    • is
  • 3. Please choose the appropriate case of CISTAM
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 4. CORRECT!!!
    • CLICK HERE TO GO TO NEXT QUESTION
  • 5. Try Again
    • Make sure you’re paying attention to the ending.
    • Click here to go back
  • 6. What case is amic â?
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 7. Try Again
    • CLICK HERE TO GO BACK
  • 8. CORRECT!!!
    • Remember, you have to pay attention to that long mark since it is the only thing separating the nominative and ablative in the first declension.
    • Click here to go to next question
  • 9. What case is puellae?
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 10. Try Again
    • Click here to go back
  • 11. CORRECT!!!
    • Click here to proceed
  • 12. SECOND DECLENSION
    • Singular
    • Nom. us
    • Acc. um
    • Abl. o
    • Plural
    • i
    • os
    • is
  • 13. What is the case of servum?
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 14. Try again
    • Click here to go back
  • 15. CORRECT!!!
    • Click here to go to the next question.
  • 16. What case is ramos?
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 17. Try Again
    • Click here to go back
  • 18. CORRECT!!!
    • Click here to go to the next question
  • 19. What case is nuntio?
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 20. Try Again
    • Click here to go back
  • 21. CORRECT!!!
    • Click here to go to the Third Declension
  • 22.  
  • 23. THIRD DECLENSION
    • Singular
    • Nom. --
    • Acc. em
    • Abl. e
    • Plural
    • es
    • es
    • ibus
  • 24. What case is arboribus ?
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 25. Try Again
    • Click here to go back
  • 26. CORRECT!!!
    • Click here to go to the next question.
  • 27. What case is noctem ?
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 28. Try Again
    • Click here to go back
  • 29. CORRECT!!!
    • Click here to go to the next question.
  • 30. What case is voce ?
    • Nominative
    • Accusative
    • Ablative
  • 31. Try Again
    • Click here to go back.
  • 32. CORRECT!!!
    • Click here to go to next question.
  • 33. You’re Done
    • When you can do all of these questions without any problems, then you should be pretty comfortable with the cases learned thus far.
    • Make sure when you are translating, you are paying attention to the cases.