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I'm a little bit confused about Latin declensions. I understand that there's first and second declension nouns and adjectives (as well as a handful of other declensions which we haven't learned yet). But what if you want to mix declensions, and decline a first declension adjective with a second declension noun? (For example big shape. Would that be Formi Magnae? I'm confused!) Thank you so much.

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    Yes, you're right. As long as the adjective matches the noun in number(s. or pl.), gender (m., f., or n.), and case (nom., gen., etc.), they can work together no matter the declension.

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