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Homework Help: Latin

Posted by Jeremy on Monday, March 16, 2009 at 3:45pm.

The sentence is: Agricolae equi in reginae terra (with a macron) sunt. The answer is "the farmer's horses are on the queen's land." What ending are you supposed to use for something following an 's or s'? Doesn't this sentence use two different endings for the same instance? Why is terra in the ablative? Isn't ablative only used for things like in, on, with or without? Then why in this instance is terra with a macron as in the ablative case? Thanks for clearing this up.

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