What is the difference between (a) and (b)

(a)"Classical Latin uses the ablative"

(b)"Classical Latin used the ablative"

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Whether or not anyone actually uses classical Latin today does not change the fact that classical Latin is still a thing which exists and uses the ablative. So the present tense is correct.

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