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Declension of Feminine Demonstratives Posted by on Jan 30, 2010

There’s a feminine declension of “this” in the singular and plural. NS = nominative singular. GS = gentive singular. NP = nominative plural. GP = genitive plural and so on. NS = haec GS = huius DS = huic ACS = hanc ABS = hāc VOC = – NP = hae GP = hārum DP…

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Masculine Demonstratives Posted by on Jan 27, 2010

In English, demonstratives are words like “this” and “that”. The declension of masculine singular “this” is as follows: Nom : hic Gen : huius Dat : huic Acc : hunc Abl : hōc Voc : – The declension of masculine plural “this” is as follows: Nom : hī Gen : hōrum Dat : hīs Acc…

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Declension of Third Person Reflexive Pronouns and Interrogative Pronouns Posted by on Jan 24, 2010

The first part of this post will be about the declension of third person reflexive pronouns. Nom : – Gen : suī Dat : sibi Acc : sē, sēsē Abl : sē, sēsē Voc : – Just a little note here that the third person reflexive pronouns always refer back to the subject whether it…

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Declension of Third Person Neuter Pronouns Posted by on Jan 21, 2010

Let’s look at the declension of third person neuter pronouns in the singular: Nom : id Gen : eius Dat : eī Acc : id Abl : eō Voc : – Now the declension of third person pronouns in the plural: Nom : ea Gen : eōrum Dat : eīs, iīs Acc : ea Abl…

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Declension of Third Person Feminine Pronouns Posted by on Jan 18, 2010

Declension of third person feminine pronoun “she” : Nom : ea Gen : eius Dat : eī Acc : eam Abl : eā Voc : – Declension of third person feminine pronoun “they” : Nom : eae Gen : eārum Dat : eīs, iīs Acc : eās Abl : eīs, iīs Voc : –

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