Talk:Latin/Chapter 1

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Section "1st Declension" references the singular genitive ending as the indicator of declension, however none of the five declensions typically end in -ae. Whereas, the nominative -a is the predominant first declension ending and would seem to denote proper declension with less convolution than through the genitive. --

This idea is a general convention used by all classicists and works very effectively --Whovian z (discusscontribs) 07:38, 3 May 2018 (UTC)[reply]