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Rule 51: The Ablative of Accompaniment


One of the more common prepositions in Latin is cum, meaning "with". When it's used to show a companion to some action, we see the ablative of accompaniment. But be careful, sometimes the cum is omitted, especially in Caesar.

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Published on May 4, 2020