Videos > Rule 45: The Ablative of Comparison
Part of the ablative of separation is the ablative with comparisons, which is commonly translated in English with "than". It's also important to know that quam, "than", is also used with comparisons. This video goes in depth about when to use the ablative and when to use quam, as well as explaining its origin as an ablative of separation.
Topics: 91 rules of grammar cases nouns
Published on March 23, 2020