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Relative pronouns et al.

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  • Q1
    What are the Nominative singular Relative Pronouns
    qui, quae, quod
  • Q2
    What are the Nominative Plural RelativePronouns?
    qui, quae, quae
  • Q3
    What are the Accusative Plural Relative Pronouns?
    quos, quas, quae
  • Q4
    What are the Dative Plural Relative Pronouns?
    quibus, quibus, quibus
  • Q5
    What are the Genitive Singular Relative Pronouns?
    cuius, cuius, cuius
  • Q6
    What are the Accusative Singular Relative Pronouns?
    quem, quam, quod
  • Q7
    What are the Genitive Plural RelativePronouns?
    quorum, quarum, quorum
  • Q8
    What are the Dative Singular Relative Pronouns?
    cui, cui, cui
  • Q9
    What are the Ablative Singular Relative Pronouns?
    quo, qua, quo
  • Q10
    Translate this sentence correctly: rex, qui canem tenebat, in atrio sedebat.
    The king, who was holding the the dog, was sitting in the atrium.
  • Q11
    Translate this sentence correctly: vinum, quod Salvius bibebant, erat optimum.
    The wine, which Salvius was drinking, was excellent.
  • Q12
    Translate this sentence correctly: canis, quem Bregans spectabat, ferocissimus erat.
    The dog, which Bregans was watching, was very fierce.
  • Q13
    Translate this sentence correctly: cena, quam Volubilis parabat, erat splendida.
    The dinner, which Volubilis was preparing, was splendid.
  • Q14
    Translate this sentence correctly: ego tibi pecuniam dedi.
    I gave the money to you.
  • Q15
    Translate this sentence correctly: cur me vituperas?
    Why do you curse me?

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