Nomnative, Accusative and Dative/Romans
Nomnative: The Subject. - us, a,o, is, or, ns.
Accusative: The thing thats having the object done to it. - um, am, em
Dative: to or from.
Roman Houses (10-13)
Daily life and food (23-25)
Roman Baths (124-127)
Entertainment - gladiators and the theatre (64-67 and 107-111)
Present Imperfect and Perfect Tenses
sum: i am eram: i was
es: you (singular) are eras: you (sing) were
est: s/he is erat: s/he was
sumus: we are eramus: we were
estis: you (plural) are eratis: you (pl) were
sunt: they are erant: they were
Word Order/ Missing Nominative
Mili discum inspexit: Milo looked at the discus.
discum inspexit: he looked at the discus.
The objet in Latin is always in the middle of a sentence.
Instead of writing the full sentece eg. The Merchant, you can shorten it down to just s/he. eg. A merchant was visiting Caecilius. He entered the house.