quidem (post-positive adv)
in fact;to be sure;at any rate
*post-positive means that the word cannot stand in first position/part of the sentence.
-(-ium) in the genitive plural of all i-stems
-(-i) in the ablative singular
-(-ia) in the nominative/accusative in neuter i-stems
ablative of manner
the ablative of manner uses the preposition cum, except when an adjective is attached to the object, in which case the preposition cum is optional
accusative of duration of time
The accusative case, without a preposition, is used to answer how long.
ablative of time when
The ablative case , without a preposition, is used to answer the question when.
ablative of time within which
The ablative case , without a preposition, is used to answer the question within what period of time.
It is the same in the singular and the plural. It is a third person reflexive pronoun (himself,herself,itself,themselves)
The second person reflexive pronoun used for yourself/yourselves.
Genitive of the Personal/Reflexive Pronouns
The genitive of personal and reflexive pronouns is ot used to show possession. Instead we use the possessive adjectives.
is, ea,id are personal pronouns such as he,she,it,they.
means that, those