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How to master English by learning Latin -Lesson 2- Second declension of Nouns in Latin.

How to master English by learning Latin -Lesson 2- Second declension of Nouns in Latin.

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Second declension nouns in Latin are mostly masculine or neuter, but there are also feminine nouns that are declined like masculine nouns. The nominative of neuter nouns will always be the same as the accusative.
While first declension nouns end in ‘’-a’’, second declension nouns usually end in ‘’-us’’, ‘’ius’’, or ‘’er’’. Other second declension endings for the nominative are ‘’ir’’, ‘’ur’’, ‘’os’’, ‘’on’’, and ‘’um’’. Greek-based ‘’Pelion’’ and ‘’Andros’’ are examples of the second declension nouns ending in ‘’os’’ and ‘’on’’. The guiding principle or table for endings of the 2nd declension nouns is as follows: –

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