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Latin Noun Adjective Agreement Calculator

There are no articles, neither definitive nor indeterminate (like that, a, in English), in the Russian language. The meaning of a name is determined in the context in which it appears. This means that there are a few ways to express whether a name is definitive or indeterminate. They are: breaks are made as: (how many parts), expressed by the number of cardinals in the case of the sentence, plus (by how many parts), expressed by the number of ordinals; the construction is made as if it were related to the word часть “part” (feminine grammatical) which is normally omitted. Noun to such a construction still comes in the single genitiv, even as it belonged to the word часть: девяно`две пятидея`тых то`нны “92/50 tons”. If an integer precedes a break, it is normally related to the conjunction и, while the noun remains in the genius: два и три восьмых`оборо`та “2 3/8 turns” (ооорот is male, so the number is два, not *ве). one. For two or more nouns, the adjective is regularly plural, but often corresponds to the next (especially if attributive). Adjectives on -ий (speak suffix, not on big/lowercase; before vowels, this suffix ends on a single sound /j/ and is written as ь) are used to deduce adjectives mainly of animal species (in the old southwest, this suffix directed possessivadjektive of plural owners[14]): лиса `fox` – лисий `of a fox`, `probably for a fox`. The declension of these adjectives is nominally nominative and accusative (except the masculine and pluralistic accumulator) and the adjective for other forms.

A large number of Latin adjectives that end in -ius and – uus have entered English as adjectives in -ious and -uous. Vacuus > vacuum is typical. Other examples are different > different, pius > fromm (and its oppositions im-pius[3] > God), spurius (originally “illegitim”) > false, noxius (“harmful”) > harmful, in-nocuus > harmless and strenuus > exhausting. You will certainly recognize the link between aequus and English equal, equity, etc. Do not be surprised by the change in spelling: it is a regular evolution for the Latin Diphthong ae to develop in English e. . .

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