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Rule 41: The Ablative of Separation

We begin our review of the ablative case by talking about the original use of the ablative: separation. This use is the "from" translation of the ablative case, and is used with verbs that suggest separation, along with verbs prefixed with ab, dē, and ex. This video also begins with a brief introduction to the ablative case, since this is the first of about 20 videos that discuss how the ablative is used in Latin.

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Published on February 26, 2020