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First Things FirstIntroduction to First DeclensionDr. Laura BlackNounA word that names a person, place, thing,or ideaThree Attributes of NounsgendernumbercaseGendermasculinefeminineneuterYou must memorize the gender of a nounwhen you first see it in the vocabulary list.NumbersingularpluralCaseFive cases Each has a special job in a sentenceCasesnominative genitive dative accusative ablativeBe able to spell these correctly.Memorize these endings:SingularPluralNom-a-aeGEN-ae-rumDAT-ae-sACC-am-sABL--sDeclensionGiving all the forms of a noun with thecorrect endings is called declining. The chart is called a declension. Being able to remember the forms in adeclension will enable you to use thecorrect form of the noun in a sentence.How to add endingsWhen you meet a new noun, you will begiven the nominative and genitive forms,in addition to the gender. You must memorize these three parts.How to add endingsWrite the nominative in the first boxNOMGENDATACCABLSingularrosaPluralHow to add endingsWrite the genitive in the second boxNOMSingularrosaGENrosaeDATACCABLPluralHow to add endingsCut off the ae to get the genitive stem. All the otherendings will be attached to this stem.NOMSingularrosaPluralrosGENrosaerosDAT

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