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Your in latin


There are three categories of pronouns which are divided up into persons: In addition, pronouns can be singular or plural. They are declined like all other nouns. Technically, 3rd person pronouns do not exist in Latin as they do in English.

Positive Degree. Feminine, Masculine, Neuter....

However, they do have equivalents. Adjectives modify nouns and take the gender of the noun which they modify. However, adjectives do not necessarily need a substantive present in the sentence to modify.


The substantive can be presumed. In this way, '3rd person' pronouns are formed. Take the masculine form of the adjective 'ille'. Literally it means 'That masculine thing. Similarly, the pronoun 'iste' means 'this masc. Iste and ille are declined in exactly the same way. If no substantive is provided assume words like these: Let context be your guide.

Ille is often used as a kind "Your in latin" pronoun. In situations with multiple phrases or sentences, however, it is syntactically different from is, ea, id see below.

Is laborat in agro. Your in latin dog works in the field". Ille laborat in agro. The boy works in the field". The relative pronoun takes on the case depending on the function it serves in the relative clause. For example, in the sentence "He sees the man who has a slave," "who" is translated as nominative because it is the subject of the clause "who has a slave.

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