Flashcards in Grammar Chp. 7 Deck (26):
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
A question introduced with this word calls for a negative answer "no"
A question introduced by this word calls for a positive answer "yes"
Demonstrative pronoun meaning "this" for male, female, neuter
The interrogative and relative pronoun for the dative case
Recall: interrogative words /pronouns
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
Imperative of est
Dative endings for male, singular and plural
Dative endings for female, singular and plural
Demonstrative pronouns for masculine, feminine and neuter
Hic, haec, hoc
Plural for salve
Plenus means full OF....so it follows with which case?
Non solum, send etiam
Not only, but also
Where? In what place?
Whence? From what place?
Where? To what place?
Asks a question with no expectation
Expects a yes answer
Expects a no answer