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When do you use the reflexive?

When it refers back to the SUBJECT. If it refers to anything other than the SUBJECT then use the pronouns Eum/eam/eos/eas

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Num

A question introduced with this word calls for a negative answer "no"

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Nonne

A question introduced by this word calls for a positive answer "yes"

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Demonstrative pronoun meaning "this" for male, female, neuter

Hic -male
Haec -female
Hoc -neuter

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The interrogative and relative pronoun for the dative case

Cui

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Recall: interrogative words /pronouns

Quis? Quid?
Ubi?
Quot?
Cur?
Unde?
Quo?
-ne?
Nonne?
Num?

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Reflexive pronoun

Is used when referring to the subject in the same sentence; "se" is called the reflexive pronoun. Reflexive means it bends back towards the sentence

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Imperative of est

Es!

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Dative endings for male, singular and plural

-o
-is

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Dative endings for female, singular and plural

-ae
-is

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Demonstrative pronouns for masculine, feminine and neuter

Hic, haec, hoc

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Plural for salve

Salvete

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Plenus means full OF....so it follows with which case?

Genitive

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Et et

Both and

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Neque neque

Neither nor

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Non solum, send etiam

Not only, but also

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Quis? Quid?

Who? What?

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Ubi?

Where? In what place?

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Quot

How many?

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Cur?

Why?

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Unde?

Whence? From what place?

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Quo?

Where? To what place?

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-ne?

Asks a question with no expectation

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Nonne?

Expects a yes answer

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Num?

Expects a no answer

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Plenus means what and uses what case with its noun?

Means "full of" and so it will invoke the genitive case