Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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Questions related to strategies, methods or techniques for learning Latin.
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For questions about grammatical cases (nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative and vocative). Consider also using the tags 'declension' and 'morphologia'.
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Questions regarding the oldest forms of Latin, preceding Classical Latin (before 75 BC)
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For questions about scansion, or rhythmic reading of poetry.
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For questions about gerunds (not to be confused with gerundives).
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For questions about poetic metres, like the dactylic hexameter.
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For questions related to Finnish. Note that questions solely about Finnish are off-topic, since all questions should be related to Latin.
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For questions about neuter, one of grammatical genders together with masculine and feminine.
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For questions about the nominative case.
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For questions about the Latin language as used by the philosopher Spinoza.
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Questions relating to the works of Gaius Julius Caesar (general, politician and author, 100–44 BC).
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For questions related to scientific names of species and other taxonomic uses of Latin.
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clauses controlled by another clause in the same sentence.
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For questions about the third declension.
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Questions relating to the works of Marcus Tullius Cicero (106–43 BC).
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For questions regarding negative statements, i.e. statements involving an opposite, denial or the likes.
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For questions about the first declension.
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For questions related to Italian. Questions solely about Italian are off-topic, but relations between Italian and Latin are on-topic.