How would I use a non Latin proper noun?
With normal Latin nouns: Regina laudat (the queen praises) or Reginam laudat (hsi praises the queen).
How do I do this with a non Latin noun?
Ex. Clay praises (Clay laudat), but how can I say 'hsi praises Clay'?
Clay cannot be declined because Clay does not belong to any declinsion.
So how do I indicate that 'Clay' is to recieve the action?
Thanks for any insight!
Ps. Same question for plurality. How do I indicate plurality on a non Latin noun, while in a Latin sentance?