to watch over, to keep, to guard, to preserve, to save
Familiaris belongs to the third declension, where both the nominative/vocative and accusative plural for the masculine and feminine genders end in -es:
So, is the possessive case the accusative? I’m only asking because my answer was: “the father saves his relatives.” And not the correct answer.
I am really bad with cases. But they make sense in Esperanto and there are less cases, I believe.
I’m thinking I’ll master Esperanto before mastering Latin to be frank. But this course is sorta fun. :)