In the next lesson we also learned "de" for "from". Is there a difference between "de" and "a(b)"?
dē is specifically "down from": dē monte, dē arbore.
Why a instead of ab?
a before consonants (never before vowels).
ab before vowels (think there are some examples of it before consonants but not sure how common).
Must be VERY drunk if he thinks that the forum is chasing him
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