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REVIEW OF THE ABLATIVE 191


LESSON LXXVIII REVIEW OF THE ABLATIVE . The relations of the ablative are, in general, expressed in Eng- lish by the prepositions with (or by), from (or by), and in (or at). The constructions growing out of these meanings are I. Ablative rendered with (or by): . Cause (§ 102) . Means (§ 103) . Accompaniment (§ 104) . Manner (§ 105) . Measure of difference (§317) . With a participle (ablative absolute) (§381) . Description or quality (§§ 444, 445) . Specification (§ 398) II. Ablative rendered from (or by): . Place from which (§§ 179, 264) . Ablative of separation (§180) . Personal agent with a passive verb (§181) . Comparison without quam (§ 309) III. Ablative rendered in (or at): . Place at or in which (§§ 265, 266) . Time when or within which (§275) . EXERCISES I. I. Galli locis superioribus occupatis itinere exercitum prohib€re conantur. 2. Omnes oppidani ex oppido ggressi salutem fug§ petere inc^p€runt. 3. Caesar docet s€ militum vitam sua salute habere multO cariOrem. 4. Cum celerius omnium opinione pervenisset, hostes ad eum obsides mis€runt. 5. Vicus in valle positus montibus altissimis undique contin6tur. 6. PlQrimum inter Gall6s haec g^ns et virtute et hominum numerO val€bat. 7. Secunda vigilia nQllO cert6 Ordine neque impend S castris SgressI sunt 8. Duabus legiOnibus Genavae relictiSi