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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. tōtī
  2. nūllīus
  3. demonstrative pronoun
  4. illud
  5. illōrum
  1. a 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
  2. b masculine/feminine/neuter, genitive, singular
  3. c masculine/neuter, genitive, plural
  4. d masculine/feminine/neuter, dative/nominative, singular/plural
  5. e neuter, nominative/accusative, singular

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. when demonstratives modify nouns, they function as adjectives; since they are by nature emphatic, they regularly precede the nouns they modify
  2. masculine/feminine/neuter, dative/nominative, singular/plural
  3. masculine, accusative, singular
  4. masculine/feminine/neuter, genitive, singular
  5. feminine, ablative, singular

5 True/False questions

  1. hancfeminine/neuter, nominative, singular/plural


  2. illōsmasculine, accusative, plural


  3. tōtīusmasculine/feminine/neuter, genitive, singular


  4. nūllafeminine/neuter, nominative, singular/plural


  5. hōrummasculine/neuter, genitive, plural