Why is prices not pretias? I guess i am confused by all these endings, -m vs -s etc
Pretium (nominative, accusative, vocative singular) is a second declension neuter so the accusative plural (as well as the nominative and vocative plural) is pretia.
The endings can be a little much at first but they will come with time.
Wouldn't "emptores" be rather "buyers"? Duo doesn't accept "clientes" anyway
why pretia and not pretiam
The accusative plural of pretium is pretia since it is a second declension neuter.
-am would be an accusative singular ending for the first declension.