Why is it not "bibliotheca" ablativus locativus? Where do my sisters arrive?
In/ ad plus accusativus is the same
Please someone explain why it must be bibliotecam and not biblioteca
My understanding is that...
ad bibliotecam; in biblioteca
ad takes accusative; in takes ablative
in can also take an accusative to specify movement into a location. With an ablative specifies a static location.
Isn't "ad" redundant here since it's already in "adveniunt"?
Is librarium OK?