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Review of The Interrogative Pronoun (Pages 92 – 93) The Interrogative Pronoun introduces a question English Masculine Feminine Neuter Nominative who who what Genitive whose/ whose/ of what of whom of whom Dative to/for whom to/for whom to/for what Accusative whom whom what

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Review of The Interrogative Pronoun (Pages 92 – 93)

The Interrogative Pronoun introduces a question

English

Masculine Feminine Neuter

Nominativewho who what

Genitivewhose/ whose/ of what

of whom of whom

Dativeto/for whom to/for whom to/for what

Accusativewhom whom what

Ablativewhom whom what

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Who is your friend?Who = Nominative subject

Whose book is that?Whose = Genitive of Possession

To whom did you give the gift? To whom = Dative Indirect Object

Whom did you see in the park? Whom = Accusative Direct Object

With whom were you walking to school?With whom = Ablative of Accompaniment

In English the Interrogative Pronoun uses the same words for the

both the singular and the plural.

e.g. who = singular or plural

Who is your friend? Who are your friends?

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The Interrogative Pronoun = Introduces a question

Latin

Masculine Feminine Neuter

Nominativequis who quis who quid what

Genitivecujus whose/ cujus whose/ cujus of what

of whom of whom

Dativecuito/for whom cui to/for whom cui to/for what

Accusativequem whom quem whom quid what

Ablativequo whom quo whom quo what

Nominativequi who quae who quae what

Genitivequorum whose/ quarum whose/ quorum of what

of whom of whom

Dativequibusto/for whom quibus to/for whom quibus to/for what

Accusativequos whom quas whom quae what

Ablativequibus whom quibus whom quibus what

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The Interrogative Adjective = which/what introduces a question

and modifies a noun

Which girl is walking toward you?

Which girl = Nominative subject

Of which provinces were they masters?

Of which provinces = Genitive of possession

To which man did you give the horse?

To which man = Dative Indirect Object

What reward do you want?

What reward = Accusative Direct Object

With which men were you fighting?

With which men = Ablative of Accompaniment

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The Interrogative Adjective = which/what introduces a question

and modifies a noun

Latin

Masculine Feminine Neuter

Nominativequiquaequod

Genitivecujuscujuscujus

Dativecuicuicui

Accusativequemquamquod

Ablativequoquaquo

Nominativequiquaequae

Genitivequorumquarumquorum

Dativequibusquibusquibus

Accusativequosquasquae

Ablativequibusquibusquibus

which/what

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What evil deedsof the Romansdidthe slaveannounceto his friends?

Adj. Adj. Noun Noun Noun Verb Noun

Direct Object Possession Subject 3rd Sing Indirect Object

Accusative Genitive Nominative Imperfect Dative

Neuter Masculine Masculine Active Masculine

Plural Plural Singular Indicative Plural

Quae facta malaRomanorumservusamicisnuntiabat?

Whosearms and shieldshavethe slavescarried?

Pronoun Noun Conj. Noun Noun Verb

Possession Direct Object Subject 3rd Pl.

Genitive Accusative Nominative Perfect

Masculine Neuter Neuter Masculine Active

Plural Plural Plural Plural Indicative

Quorumarma et scutaserviportaverunt?