Videos > Rule 56: The Ablative with dignus and indignus
This video is a sequel to rule 55, since the adjectives dignus and indignus take an ablative of respect (also known as the ablative of specification), to show what something is worth (or unworthy) of. I hope this video is worthy of your time, and I'm worthy of your views!
Topics: 91 rules of grammar adjectives cases nouns
Published on August 20, 2020