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    Henle unit 1-5 guide, exercise 58 answers

    Henle exercise 58 asks for four forms of the noun - genitive, accusative singular, nominative plural, and genitive plural. The answer key in the unit 1-5 guide only provides 3 forms and doesn't label them in any way. The first entry for nomen leads me to believe that the given forms are the last 3 on the list. The problem is that it gives the nominative plural as nomines even though it is a neuter noun. It appears all the neuter entries are incorrect. I think the whole exercise needs a bit of attention.
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    Re: Henle unit 1-5 guide, exercise 58 answers

    Originally posted by Mom2mthj View Post
    Henle exercise 58 asks for four forms of the noun - genitive, accusative singular, nominative plural, and genitive plural. The answer key in the unit 1-5 guide only provides 3 forms and doesn't label them in any way. The first entry for nomen leads me to believe that the given forms are the last 3 on the list. The problem is that it gives the nominative plural as nomines even though it is a neuter noun. It appears all the neuter entries are incorrect. I think the whole exercise needs a bit of attention.
    It looks like the genitive singular was omitted, so what you are seeing for each # is: accusative singular, nominative plural, genitive plural, gender, rule. We'll add the genitive singular, as well as clearer labels, when we reprint. Thanks!

    ETA: A few other corrections: The nominative plurals of nomen, agmen, and flumen should be nomina, agmina, flumina; the accusative singular of rex should be regem; hostis is missing hostem, hostes, hostium.

    I'm so sorry all these errors slipped through!
    Last edited by Michael; 10-18-2017, 09:42 AM.
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