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Department
Latin
Course
LAT102H1
Professor
Gillian Ramsey
Semester
Winter

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Types of pronouns Intesnsifier= ipse, ipsa, ipsum and Idem, eadem, iden Indefinite= quidam, quaedam, quoddam demonstrative= ille, illa, illud, and hic, hac, hoc personal= tu, ego, nos, vos reflexive= su relative= qui, quae, quod interrogative= quis, quid The subjunctive and sequence Main verb in secondary sequence then the subjunctive verb in the dependent clause will be Independent use of the subjunctive verb = translate verb into the same tense Types of dependent clauses adverbial (with subordinate conjunction) adjectival (with relative pronoun) noun (with relative pronoun) infinitive noun clause (called thus because in the dependent clause, the verb= an infinitive, and because the dependent clause is a Noun clause) indirect statements (NB. dependent clauses in indirect speech= use subjunctive verb) objective infinitive (eg. we want you to stay) dependent uses of the subjunctive verb adverbial clauses 1. purpose (ut/ uti; ne) 2. result (ut/ uti; ut non) 3. circumstance/ cause/ concession (cum; non) noun clauses 1. indirect questions (question word eg. cur/ quis/ ubi) 2. indirect com
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