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Can someone explain the locative case to me?

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I'm talking about Latin. It's certain rules about certain places, geographical locations, and has to do with situations where you don't bother to use a preposition but use a different case ending. I THINK! But the whole thing is just so obscure to me. I'll just have to find time and the ability to focus (always an iffy proposition! LOL!) to figure it out.

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