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Major Pronoun Rules
1.Nos inclasselaboraverunt
T=They worked us in class.Rule=6.Accusative case is used for the direct object, object of prepositions, and the subject of the infinitive in the indirect statement.
2.Aliquid non ante meridiemscio.
T=I do not know something before noon.13.Indefinite pronouns stand by themselves as a substantive, but decline like other pronouns.
3.Nemomihicredit.
T=Nobody believe me.13.Indefinite pronouns stand by themselves as a substantive, but decline like other pronouns.5.Certain verbs use the dative case to indicate their direct objects.
4.Quitimensvivet(live), liber noneritumquam(ever).-Horace
Hew,holives fearing, will ever be free.12.Relative pronouns start a dependent clause and agree with the antecedent in gender, number, and person; however, case depends upon use in the clause.
5.Hicillaminmatrimoniumducet.-Terence
T=This man will marry that woman.10.Demonstrative “hic” and “ille” , when used alone, are pronouns and commonly translated as “man,” “woman,” or “thing.”
6.Virtustuameamicumtibifacit.-Horace
T=Your courage made you a friend for me.9.1stand 2ndperson adjectives(meus,noster,tuus,vester) and pronouns are used as the reflexive adjective for 1stand 2ndperson pronouns.
7.Quid hi detesentient?-Cicero
T=What will these men fell about you?10.Demonstrative “hic” and “ille” , when used alone, are pronouns and commonly translated as “man,” “woman,” or “thing.”
8.Omnes idem(the same) sentient.-Cicero
T=All will feel the same.13.Indefinite pronouns stand by themselves as a substantive, but decline like other pronouns.
9.Educ(lead out)tecumtuos(viros) ex hoc loco.=Cicero
T=Lead out with yourself your men from this place.9.1stand 2ndperson adjectives(meus,noster,tuus,vester) and pronouns are used as the reflexive adjective for 1stand 2ndperson pronouns.
10.Salve, bone amice, cuifiliummeumcommisi(entrust)-Terence
T=Hello, good friend, to whom I entrusted my son.4.Dative case indicates indirect object
11.Nonsolumfortunaipsaestcaeca(blind)sedetiameoscaecosfacitquos semperadiuvat(help)._Cicero
T=Not only is fortune itself blind, but it also makes blind those whom it always helps.11.Intensive pronouns are used to emphasize or place intensity on a noun. The sentence still makes sense if this pronoun is omitted in the English.
12.Bis(two times)vincitqui sevincitinvictoria.-PubiliusSyrus
He wins twice who conquers himself in victory.8.Reflexive pronouns/adjective(suus, a, um) always refer back to the subject of the sentence.
13.Vidieosinurbemansisse(remain) etnobiscumesse.-Cicero
T=I saw that they had remained in the city and are with us.7.Ablative case is used for the object of prepositions, ablative of comparison, and the ablative absolute. “cum” as a preposition will attach itself to many ablative forms. Mecum,tecum,quibuscum,secum,nobiscum,vobiscum,quocum,quacum6.Accusative case is used for the direct object, object of prepositions, and the subject of the infinitive in the indirect statement.
14.Credotibi.
T=I believe you.5.Certain verbs use the dative case to indicate their direct objects.
15.Dicote,Pyrrhe,Romanospossevincere(are able).-Ennius
T=I say that you, Pyrrhus, are able to conquer the Romans.6.Accusative case is used for the direct object, object of prepositions, and the subject of the infinitive in the indirect statement.
16.Socratesputabatseessecivemtotiummundi.-
Socrates thought that he was a citizen of the whole world.8.Reflexive pronouns/adjective(suus, a, um) always refer back to the subject of the sentence.
17.Imperiumhaberevis(you want) magnum.Imperatibi.-PubiliusSyrus
T=You want to have a great rule. Command yourself.5.Certain verbs use the dative case to indicate their direct objects.
18.Omnes arbitratesunt(thought)tedeberemihiparcere.-Cicero
T=All thought the you ought to obey me.5.Certain verbs use the dative case to indicate their direct objects.
19.Ignoscosaepealteri,numquamtibi.-PubiliusSyrus
T=I often forgive the other, never you.5.Certain verbs use the dative case to indicate their direct objects.
20.Alius milesvulneratur(is wounded),aliuscapitur.(is captured)
T=One soldier is wounded, another is captured.13.Indefinite pronouns stand by themselves as a substantive, but decline like other pronouns.
21.Alter consulvenit.
t=The other consul comes.13.Indefinite pronouns stand by themselves as a substantive, but decline like other pronouns.
22.Aliquiddixisti(you said).
T=You said something.13.Indefinite pronouns stand by themselves as a substantive, but decline like other pronouns.
23.Quidamnocuitmihi.
T=A certain man harmed me.13.Indefinite pronouns stand by themselves as a substantive, but decline like other pronouns.5.Certain verbs use the dative case to indicate their direct objects.

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