agricola will have all first declension endings. Almost all first-declension nouns are feminine, but this is the primary exception.
Because agricola is masculine, any adjective that modifies it needs to be masculine also. bonus will have second-declension endings to modify this masculine noun.
First declension endings, singular:
a (with ¯ over the a to denote long a)
First declension endings, plural:
arum (long a)
is (long i)
as (long a)
is (long i)
Second declension endings, singular:
Second declension endings, plural:
This chart should be helpful:
Be sure to note the long vowels that show up clearly in the chart.
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