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5.29 Forms of First and Second Declension Adjectives

Make sure you read Croy's discussion of the first and second declension adjectives. Then, make sure you study thoroughly the First-Second Declension Adjectives Paradigm page, which also includes the definite article. The charts should help you to see some of the different endings (alpha AND eta feminine adjectives) and stress endings (shifting antepenultimate stress) that Croy mentions but does not actually spell out for you in detail. You can also practice the paradigms!

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