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Review of Pronouns Pronouns = words which take the place of Nouns . 1. Interrogative Pronoun

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Review of Pronouns Pronouns = words which take the place of Nouns . 1. Interrogative Pronoun

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  1. Review of Pronouns Pronouns = words which take the place of Nouns. 1. Interrogative Pronoun (Introduce Questions) quis quidwho what 2. Personal Pronouns (Substitute Names for Persons) 1st Person = egoI noswe 2nd Person = tuyou vosyou 3. Reflexive Pronouns (Refer back to the subject of the sentence. They have no nominative case) 1st Person = mei, mihi, me, me, nostrum, nostri, nobis, nos, nobis 2nd Person = tui, tibi, te, te, vestrum, vestri, vobis, vos, vobis 3rd Person = sui, sibi, se, se, sui, sibi, se, se

  2. 2. Personal Pronouns (Substitute Names for Persons) 1st Person 2nd Person EnglishLatinEnglishLatin Nom. I egoNom. you tu Gen. of memei Gen. of you tui Dat. to/for memihi Dat. to/for you tibi Acc. meme Acc. you te Abl. meme Abl. you te Nom. wenos Nom. you vos Gen. of usnostrum, nostri Gen. of you vestrum, vestri Dat. to/for usnobis Dat. to/for you vobis Acc. usnos Acc. you vos Abl. usnobis Abl. you vobis (Pages 144 - 145)

  3. 3. Reflexive Pronouns (Refer back to the subject of the sentence. They have no nominative case) 1st Person 2nd Person EnglishLatinEnglishLatin Gen. of myselfmei Gen. of yourself tui Dat. to/for myself mihi Dat. to/for yourself tibi Acc. myselfme Acc. yourself te Abl. myselfme Abl. yourself te Gen. of ourselvesnostrum, nostri Gen. of yourselves vestrum, vestri Dat. to/for ourselves nobis Dat. to/for yourselves vobis Acc. ourselvesnos Acc. yourselves vos Abl. ourselvesnobis Abl. yourselves vobis (Pages 145 - 146)

  4. 3. Reflexive Pronouns (Refer back to the subject of the sentence. They have no nominative case) 3rd Person EnglishLatin Gen. of himself, herself, itselfsui Dat. to/for himself, herself, itself sibi Acc. himself, herself, itself se, sese Abl. himself, herself, itself se, sese Gen. of themselvessui Dat. to/for themselves sibi Acc. themselves se, sese Abl. themselves se, sese (Pages 145 - 146)

  5. Don’t confuse (Nolite confundere) the Genitive Case of the Personal Pronoun with the Possessive Adjectives learned in the first semester. Possessive Adjectives my, mine = meus mea meum our, ours = noster nostra nostrum your, yours (sing.) = tuus tua tuum your, yours (pl.) = vester vestra vestrum his, her, its, their (own) = suus sua suum Our fatherloves his children. Pater nosterliberos suosamat. (Page 149)

  6. Ablative of Accompaniment With Personal Pronouns and Reflexive Pronouns the preposition cum used in the Ablative of Accompaniment is placed on the end of the Pronoun as a suffix. Correct Incorrect with me = mecum not cum me with us = nobiscum not cum nobis with you (sing.) = tecum not cum te with you (pl.) = vobiscumnotcum vobis with himself = secum not cum se with themselves = secum not cum se (Page 145)