Abl. of Time within which: tells the time within which something happens
Preposition: NO! Noun is simply in the ablative
Translation: within 
Object: noun is a time word
Example: tribus diebus - within three days
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Abl. of Place Where: Shows location
Preposition: YES. - in or sub
Translation: in, on, under, at
Object: noun is usually a physical place 
Example: in villā - in the house
Abl. of Accompaniment: shows accompaniment 
Preposition: YES - cum.
Translation: with
Object: noun is usually a person/animal
Ex: ambulō cum amicīs - I walk with friends
Abl. of means/ instrument: shows with what object or thing something is done
Preposition: NO! Noun is simply in the ablative
Translation: with, by, or on 
Object: noun is usually an object or thing
Example: gladiīs pugnamus = we fight w/ swords
Abl. of Manner: shows HOW something is done
Preposition: YES (most of the time) - cum; cum can be omitted if preceded by adjective
Translation: with 
Object: noun is usually an idea
Example: cum celeritate = with speed; magnā laude = with great praise
Abl of Separation: shows separation 
Preposition: YES (most of the time) - ab, de, ex; prep is omitted w/ certain verbs & cities
Translation: from, out of, away from 
Object Properties: noun is usually a place
Example: venit  ab urbe =  he came from the city; 
liberavit me cura = he freed me from care
Abl of Qualities: describes a person/thing
Preposition: YES or No - cum; prep can be omitted when preceded by an adjective.
Translation: with, of 
Object Properties: noun is usually an idea
Example: puer magnō ingeniō = boy of great talent
Abl. of Time When: tells when verb happens
Preposition: NO! Noun is simply in the ablative
Translation: in, on, at 
Object: noun is a time word
Example: unā nocte - one night; tertiā horā - on the third hour