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Work File Please answer the questions below. Agricola puellam amat. The farmer loves the girl. 1. What Latin ending in the sentence above represents the SUBJECT? Puella agricolam amat. The girl loves the farmer. 2. What Latin ending in the sentence above represents the DIRECT OBJECT? Agricola est poeta. The farmer is a poet. 3. What Latin ending in the sentence above represents the PREDICATE NOMINATIVE? . Agricola et puella Italiam amant. The farmer and the girl love Italy. 4. After examining the sentence above, where do you often find the verb in a Latin sentence?

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