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Unformatted text preview: In-Book practice for quiz: chapter 9 & 11Austin DeBoerChapter 9: 1.Explain the term demonstrativepronoun and adjective:This is used to demonstrate a noun, such as this/ that object. Can be an adjective because it describes the book in terms of ownership.2.Translate each of the following according to case(s) and number, indicating also the gender(s) in each instance:LatinCaseNumberGenderTranslation1.IlliDativeSingularMas.fem, or neuterTo/for that2.IllaNominativeSingularFeminineThat3.IlliusGenitiveSingularM, F, or NOf that4.IlleNominativeSingularMThat5.IllaAblativeSingularFeminineBy that6.IlludNominative, accusativeSingularneuterThat7.IllorumGenitivePluralM, NOf those8.IllaeNominativePluralFThose9.IllosAccusativeSingularMasculineThose10. IllisAblativePluralM,F,NBy, with, from those11. IlloAblativeSingularMasculineBy/ with/ from that12. IllarumGenitivePluralFeminineOf those13. HocMasculineSingularNeuterBy this14. HoNominative/ SingularNeuterThisIn-Book practice for quiz: chapter 9 & 11Austin DeBoer...
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This note was uploaded on 02/19/2010 for the course LAT 506 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.
- Fall '08