1. You’re a lifesaver, this is so helpful! Thank you 🙂

    1. So glad to hear it, Lucy! Good luck with your Latin!

  2. What is the difference, if there is any, between the genitive case and the genitive singular used in determining a noun’s declension?

    1. Hi Sam, this is a good question. The genitive case, like all Latin cases, can be either singular or plural. For example, *equī* is the genitive singular of *equus* (horse) and means “the horse’s / of the horse.” *Equōrum* is the genitive plural and means “the horses’ / of the horses.”

      The genitive singular is consequently the same as the genitive case – but it is a specific “version” of the case, you might say, since the genitive can also be plural. I hope this helps!

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