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Notate Bene [Jun. 29th, 2005|11:59 pm]
Ablative of Procrastination
I'm Noah Mamis, BR '08, planning to major in classics, and find it interesting that one has chosen a case that does not exist in one of the two languages in the dep't, but whatever. Ablative has a ring that the other six don't, so we'll go with it.

Any questions about the dep't? Feel free to ask.


From: tamar_k
2005-06-29 11:51 pm (UTC)
Which cases does ancient Greek use? Modern has only nominative, accusative, genative, and vocative...
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[User Picture]From: innercheese
2005-06-30 04:07 am (UTC)
It's also got dative.
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