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ablative accusative Accusativum adjectives adverbs ager aliquis alius animus annus atque bellum bonus Caesar capio castra causa Cicero civitas consilium consul dative deponent verbs dico domus ellipse enim etiam exemplum exercitus facio Gauls genitive gerundive govern habeo Hannibal homo hostis idem ille imperf infinitive ipse iste jubeo Kennedy Latin legatus licet litterae Livy locus Madvig magistratus magnus mitto multus nemo neque neuter nihil nomen noster Note nouns nullus nunc omnis oppidum oratio participle parvus passive paullo perf plural Pompeius ponitur populus possum preposition proficiscor pronoun prose puto quaero quam quantus quidem quis quisque quod quum regunt respublica Roman Romanus Samnites scio Scipio scribo senate sentence under Rule sing sometimes subj Subjunctive Subjunctivum substantive suus tamen tantus tempus things transitive verb tuus unus urbs venio verb Verba volo words
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