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Will Medal And Fan! Agricola puellam amat. Meaning: The farmer loves the girl. 1. What Latin ending in the sentence above represents the SUBJECT?

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    First decide which word is the subject, object and verb. "Agricola" is a farmer (in nominative case, i.e. subject) "Puellam" is a girl (in accusative case, i.e. object) "amat" is indicative present, third person. The reason we need to know the endings is because a sentence in Latin could be written in almost any order, and still will not be confusing. For more information on endings, check: http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/declining-a-latin-noun.html

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