Latin noun conjugation sentence example (3)

1 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2006-10-15 16:17 ID:Tch9N1wq

Nominative (Subject)
Genitive (Possessive)
Dative (Object of word: "to" or "for")
Accusative (Object)
Ablative (Adverbial: "by", "with")
Vocative (Direct Address)

Is there a sentence which embodies all these forms?

I've been trying to create one since 9th grade. I think I had one at some point, but it didn't include ablative and dative. I would try to make one myself, but I don't trust in my own ability to understand it - since I never have, and still hardly do.

2 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2006-10-21 03:33 ID:N0irJ/FZ

"Furiano, equus pueri puellae donum cum manu."

Furianus, the boy's horse gave the girl a gift with his hand.

(Lit.: Furianus + horse + of the boy + to the girl + gift + with + (with) hand.)

I just finished three years of Latin, so I'm pretty confident. However, you're all welcome to congratulate me, correct me, tear me down, NO U, etc.

3 Name: Anonymous Linguist : 2006-10-21 23:50 ID:yCIB7OOf


'Furiane, pueri equus puellae donum cum manu dedit.'


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