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used for questions concerning the liturgical and codified language of the church from the end of antiquity until today.
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Questions about the language used in the Vulgate (or Vulgata), a late fourth-century translation of the Bible.
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For questions about nouns.
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For questions about pronouns.
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For questions about vowel length.
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For questions about participles, such as "amans", "amatus" and "amaturus" from the verb "amare".
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Conventions of written Latin – including spelling, punctuation, and capitalization
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For questions regarding evolution, pronunciation, and forms of the Latin alphabet and its letters
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For questions about the genitive case.
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for questions about prefixes.
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For questions about the mood known as conjunctive or subjunctive.
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For questions about grammatical gender (masculine, feminine, neuter).
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For questions about the ablative case.
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For questions related to use of Latin in academia, for example Latin phrases or diplomas. Notice that this does not mean Latin at an academic level of study, but rather Latin questions related to univ…
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for questions concerning the relations between English and Latin (or Greek). Questions have to be about English (to some extent), not necessarily in English.
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For questions about the accusative case.
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For questions about the Latin that was commonly spoken, rather than written (i.e. classical) Latin. Note that this does not refer solely to profanity, but any non-standard, spoken dialect of Latin.