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Final Exam - that(of yours Aliquis aliquid(quis quid...

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ADJECTIVES Comparative: add –ior (for masculine and feminine) or –ius (for neuter) to the stem of the positive Superlative: add –issimus , -issima or –issimum to the stem of the positive Examples: Stem Positive Comparative Superlative Cert- Certus Certior, certius Certissimus Grav- Gravis Gravior, gravius Gravissimus Diligent- Diligens Diligentior, diligentius Diligentissimus Audac- Audax Audacior, audacius audacissimus Irregular: Positive Comparative Superlative bonus melior optimus malus pejor pessimus magnus major maximus parvus minor minimus multus plus plurimus multi plures plurimi ADVERBS *To form adverbs from adjectives of the first and second declensions, add –e to the stem. *To form adverbs of the third declension, add –iter to the stem. Comparative: same as neuter comparative adjective Superlative: same as superlative adjective but ending with –e Irregular: Positive Comparative Superlative bene melius optime male pejus pessime magnopere magis maxime multum plus plurimum parum minus minime
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PRONOUNS Quisque, quaeque, quodque each Idem, eadem, idem the same Iste, ista, istud
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Unformatted text preview: that (of yours) Aliquis, aliquid (quis, quid) someone, something Quisquiam anyone Quidam, quadam, quoddam a certain person Quisnam who in the world Quidnam what in the world SYNTAX *Impersonal verbs: used only in the third person singular; in English, it becomes the subject. 1. Pudet – to shame 2. Oportet – to ought 3. Piget – to dislike 4. Decet – it is right 5. Licet – it is permitted 6. Necesse est – it is necessary 7. Opus est – it is necessary *Accusative + Infinitive: following verbs of ‘saying,’ ‘thinking’ or ‘perceiving.’ 1. Audire 2. Putare 3. Scire Etc. *Ablative for Quam : when quam (than) would be followed by the nominative or the accusative, the ablative may be substituted for the quam and the noun. *Verbs that always take ablative: 1. Careo 2. Utor 3. Fruor *Verbs that always take genitive: 1. Oblivisci *Verbs that always take dative: 1. Imperare 2. Parere 3. Nocere, etc...
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