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Lecture 9

LATIN 1Z03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Altera, Dative Case, Mnemonic

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Department
Latin
Course Code
LATIN 1Z03
Professor
Claude Eilers
Lecture
9

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Chapter 9: Demonstratives and Adj with Genitives in "-ius"
enim igitur autem - postpositive words
Demonstratives: (special type of adjectives, also agrees with their nouns)
Patterns:
Genitive = ius
Dative = i
dative/ablative pl = is
"ius, i, is" remains across genders
hi and illum can mean "former and the latter"
HIC - this, these; he, she, it, they (-c sound comes from emphatic)
ic, ius, uic, unc, oc / i, orum, is, os, is
ILLE - that, those (of his); he, she, it, they
e, ius, i, um, o / i, orum, is, os, is
ISTE - that, those (of yours)
e, ius, i, um, o / i, orum, is, os, is
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