Videos > Rule 49: The Ablative with opus and ūsus
Similar to the previous rule with ūtor and the other PUFF-V deponents, the words opus and ūsus, when they signify need, take the ablative case. This is technically the ablative of means, and has a variety of different variations, including substantive perfect participles and the ablative supine.
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Published on April 20, 2020