Qu- Words

Qu- Words Qu- Words The Relative Pronoun: qui, quae, quod Cornelia, quae est puella Romana, in Itali habitat. Cornelia, who is a Roman girl, lives in Italy. Porcus, quem servus ferebat, e manibus effgit. The pig, which a slave was carrying, fled from his hands.

Cisium, quod in foss haerebat, rotam fractam habuit. The chariot, which was stuck in the ditch, had a broken wheel. Qu- Words The Indefinite Pronoun/Adjective: quidam, quaedam, quoddam Mercator quidam glires in Foro vendebat.

A certain merchant was selling dormice in the Forum. Nos servos quosdam in agrs laborantes vdimus. We saw some slaves working in the fields. Pueri puellas rams quibusdam pulsabant. The boys were striking the girls with some branches. Qu- Words The Interrogative Pronoun: quis, quid

Quis fumum et flammas vdit? Who saw the smoke and flames? Cui librum meum dedi? To whom did I give my book? Quibuscum Geta fgit? With whom did Geta flee? Qu- Words

The Interrogative Adjective: qui, quae, quod: Qui puer fumum et flammas vdit? Which boy saw the smoke and flames? Cui puero librum meum dedi? To which boy did I give my book? Quibuscum puers Geta fgit?

With which boys did Geta flee? Qu- Words The conjuction: quod Cornelia misera erat, quod Flavia Bais manebat. Cornelia was sad, because Flavia was staying in Baiae. Vir iratus erat, quod porcum vitare non poterat. The man was angry, because he was not able to avoid the pig.

Qu- Words The exclamatory adverb: quam! Quam laetus te videbo! How happy I am to see you! Quam neglegentes vos estis! How careless you all are!

Plaudite, Omnes!

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