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Exercises for Chapter 9 Wheelock's Latin

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demonstrative pronoun
when used alone, demonstratives function as pronouns and can commonly be translated as this man, that woman, these things, and the like, according to their gender, number, and context
demonstrative adjective
when demonstratives modify nouns, they function as adjectives; since they are by nature emphatic, they regularly precede the nouns they modify
illī
masculine/feminine/neuter, dative/nominative, singular/plural
illa
feminine/neuter, nominative, plural/singular
illīus
masculine/feminine/neuter, genitive, singular
ille
masculine, nominative, singular
illā
feminine, ablative, singular
illud
neuter, nominative/accusative, singular
illōrum
masculine/neuter, genitive, plural
illae
feminine, nominative, plural
illōs
masculine, accusative, plural
illīs
masculine/feminine/neuter, dative/ablative, plural
illō
masculine/neuter, ablative, singular
illārum
feminine, genitive, pluaral
hōc
masculine/neuter, ablative, singular
hoc
neuter, nominative, singular
haec
feminine/neuter, nominative, singular/plural
hae
feminine, nominative, plural
hāc
feminine, ablative, singular
hanc
feminine, accusative, singular
huius
masculine/feminine/neuter, genitive, singular
hunc
masculine, accusative, singular
hōs
masculine, accusative, plural
huic
masculine/feminine/neuter, dative, singular
hōrum
masculine/neuter, genitive, plural
hās
feminine, accusative, plural
hīs
masculine/feminine/neuter, dative/ablative, plural
ūnīus
masculine/feminine/neuter, genitive, singular
ūnī
masculine/feminine/neuter, dative/nominative, singular/plural
ūnā
feminine, ablative, singular
tōtī
masculine/feminine/neuter, dative/nominative, singular/plural
tōtīus
masculine/feminine/neuter, genitive, singular
tōta
feminine/neuter, nominative, singular/plural
tōtum
masculine, accusative, singular
nūllīus
masculine/feminine/neuter, genitive, singular
nūllī
masculine/feminine/neuter, dative/nominative, singular/plural
nūlla
feminine/neuter, nominative, singular/plural
nūllōs
masculine/neuter, accusative, plural
how can the presence of a noun be helpful in determining the form of a modifying demonstrative?
ill come back to this later