Language / Uses of the Genitive, Dative and Ablative Cases

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Can you name the uses of the genitive, dative and ablative cases?

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Ea nocte Pompeius oppidum cepit
per vias clamoribus amulabat
equus regis
amore periit
tibi approponquo
Patris simillimus est
Saxis se defendunt
hoc oppidum clarius est omnibus aliis
In oppido errant multi nautae
odio sum Romanis
te accuso criminis
Libera nos metu
vir summa virtute
Caesar Cassio regnare cupit
ExampleUseNotes
Caesae a Bruto necatus est
multi militum
tu multo altior es
Aeneas dea natus est
vincula ferri
hoc nobis facimus
nuntius mihi somnium ademit
Summa celerite venit
erat feminis consilium
milites, oppida capienda sunt vobis
Caesar locum proelio delegit
vir pietate gravis
togam centum sestertiis emi

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