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    john abshire replied to the thread Suis finibus.
    Google says “ablative of separation” or origin, being one of the 3 without a preposition. Thanks
  • Issacus Divus
    I can only speak from my personal experience (business trips to Czech Republic - Ostrava, Praha, Mladá Boleslav, Mikulov ). I would...
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    john abshire replied to the thread Virtute.
    Of coarse, ablative of means, thanks
  • Bitmap
    Bitmap replied to the thread Virtute.
    An ablative of respect would be something like Germani proliis fortissimi erant = "The Germans were very brave in battles (with regard...
  • Bitmap
    Bitmap replied to the thread Virtute.
    No, because that obviously expresses the means by which they contended with the Germans.
  • Pacifica
    Pacifica replied to the thread Suis finibus.
    It's ablative.
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    john abshire posted the thread Suis finibus in Latin Beginners.
    ....Cum aut suis finibus eos prohibent... .....When they either repel them from their own territories..... Is suis finibus dative...
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    john abshire replied to the thread Virtute.
    Is this another example (of ablative of respect)? .....Quod fere cotidianis proeliis cum Germanis cotendunt,...... .... as they contend...
  • Bitmap
    Bitmap reacted to john abshire's post in the thread Virtute with Like Like.
    .....Also surpass the remaining Gauls in (with respect to) valor. Thanks
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    john abshire replied to the thread Virtute.
    .....Also surpass the remaining Gauls in (with respect to) valor. Thanks
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