Relative Pronouns Singular Plural
How They Work • A Relative Pronoun Agrees with it’s antecedent in: number and gender • A Relative Pronoun takes its case from it’s own clause
In translation • In English: the nominative is ‘who’ • The genitive is ‘whose’ or ‘of whom’ • In all other cases use ‘whom’
Examples • Italy is a pretty land which I want to see. • Italia est bella terra quam videre desidero. • They neglect the men whose deeds were great. • Neglegunt viros quorum facta magna fuerunt.
Examples continued The new age which is now beginning will be happy. Aetas nova quae nunc incipit felix erit.