Videos > Rule 55: The Ablative of Respect/Specification
The ablative case is used to give more specific information about an action (verb) or adjective. This is called either the ablative of respect or specification, and it's best understood, in my opinion, through examples. This video also touches upon the ablative supine, which is also an ablative of respect.
Topics: 91 rules of grammar cases nouns
Published on August 12, 2020