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Ch. 24-26 Test

Latin final

are used in the Oblique Cases to refer to the ______ of the sentence or clause in which they stand: as, sē amat, he loves himself reflexive pronouns; subject
in the ______ & ______ persons the Oblique Cases of the Personal Pronouns are used as Reflexives: as, mē uideō, I see myself. first & second
the reflexive pronoun of the ______ person has a special form used only in this sense, the same for both singular and plural. third
meus, a, um my, mine
tuus, a, um your, yours
suus, a, um his, her, its
noster, tra, trum our
uester, tra, trum your (pl)
suus, a, um their
is only used as a reflexive, referring to the subject suus, a, um
for a possessive pronoun of the 3rd person not referring to the subject, the genitive of ___,___,___ must be used. is,ea,id
the relative pronoun, qui, quae, quod means who, which, that
indicates a relation between its own clause and some noun or pronoun from the main clause a relative pronoun
relative pronouns are called the ______ of the relative referent
a relative pronoun agrees with its referent in ______ & ______ but its case depends on its grammatical function in the clause which it stands. number & gender
the interrogative pronoun, quis, quid means who? what? which?
______ modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs; and express time, place or manner, i.e. they answer the question, when, where or how? adverbs
first and second declension adverbs are formed into adjectives by adding ___ to the base -ē (ex. cārē)
third declension adverbs are formed into adjectives by adding ___ to the base -iter (ex. fortiter)
classis, is, f fleet
factio, factionis, f party, side, faction
fortitudo, inis, f strength, courage
imperium, ii, n command, authority
inimicus, i, m enemy, foe
ius, iuris, n right, law, justice
modestia, ae, f moderation, modesty
os, oris, n mouth
praemium, ii, n booty, profit, reward
triumphus, i, m triumph
uigil, uigilis, m watchman, sentinel
diues, diuitis rich
integer, integra, integrum untouched, unhurt, blameless
mitis, e mild, gentle
modestus, a, um moderate, mild, temperate
plenus, a, um full, filled
senior, senioris old, aged
ultimus, a, um the farthest, final, last
aliquis, aliquid somebody, something
antequam before
magnopere greatly
postquam after
umquam at any time, ever
sincere honestly
tam so
tamen nevertheless, yet, still
vere truly, really
agnosco, agnoscere, agnovi, agnitum to know, recognize
antecedo, antecedere, antecessi, antecessum to go before, surpass
exstinguo, exstinguere, exstinxi, exstinctum to put out, quench, extinguish
interficio, interficere, interfeci, interfectum to kill. slay, murder
postulo, postulare, postulavi, postulatum to ask, demand
refero, referre, retuli, relatum to bear, carry, or bring back
reflecto, reflectere, reflexi, reflexum to bend back, turn back
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