SAT II Latin : Using accusative case in Latin

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Example Questions

Example Question #1 : Using Accusative Case In Latin

The accusative singular of vir is __________.

Possible Answers:

vir

virūs

virum

viram

virem

Correct answer:

virum

Explanation:

Even though the noun vir doesn't end in -us or -um, it is a second declension masculine noun; therefore the correct accusative singular is virum.

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