Qu- Words • The Relative Pronoun: qui, quae, quod • Cornelia, quaeestpuellaRomana, in Italiā habitat. • Cornelia, who is a Roman girl, lives in Italy. • Porcus, quemservusferebat, e manibuseffūgit. • The pig, which a slave was carrying, fled from his hands. • Cisium, quod in fossāhaerebat, rotamfractamhabuit. • The chariot, which was stuck in the ditch, had a broken wheel.
Qu- Words • The Indefinite Pronoun/Adjective: quidam, quaedam, quoddam • Mercator quidam glires in Foro vendebat. • A certain merchant was selling dormice in the Forum. • Nos servos quosdam in agrīs laborantes vīdimus. • We saw some slaves working in the fields. • Pueri puellas ramīs quibusdam pulsabant. • The boys were striking the girls with some branches.
Qu- Words • The Interrogative Pronoun: quis, quid • Quis fumum et flammas vīdit? • Who saw the smoke and flames? • Cui librum meum dedi? • To whom did I give my book? • Quibuscum Geta fūgit? • With whom did Geta flee?
Qu- Words • The Interrogative Adjective: qui, quae, quod: • Qui puer fumum et flammas vīdit? • Which boy saw the smoke and flames? • Cui puero librum meum dedi? • To which boy did I give my book? • Quibuscum puerīs Geta fūgit? • With which boys did Geta flee?
Qu- Words • The conjuction: quod • Cornelia misera erat, quod Flavia Baiīs manebat. • Cornelia was sad, because Flavia was staying in Baiae. • Vir iratus erat, quod porcum vitare non poterat. • The man was angry, because he was not able to avoid the pig.
Qu- Words • The exclamatory adverb: quam! • Quam laetus te videbo! • How happy I am to see you! • Quam neglegentes vos estis! • How careless you all are!