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