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Latin 1B: Stage 15 - Antecedent/Relative Pronoun review

WATCH the difference in meaning between having a relative pronoun in the nominative case and thus subject of the clause and having it in the accusative case and thus the direct object in the clause.
REPEAT SEVERAL TIMES TO REVIEW ALL THE ITEMS.

AB
rex, qui...the king, who (likes the slave girl)...
rex, quem...the king, whom (the slave girl hated)...
vinum, quod...the wine, which (the slavegirl carried)...
ancilla, quae...the slavegirl, who (hates the boy)...
ancilla, quamthe slavegirl, whom (the boy hates)...
navis, quae...the ship, which (is sailing away)...
navis, quam...the ship, which (he is sailing)...
servi, qui...the slaves, who (hate the master)...
servi, quos...the slaves, whom (the master hates)...
plaustrum, quod...the cart, which (is blocking the road)...
magister, qui...the teacher, who (loves students)...
magister, quem...the teacher, whom (the students love)...
iuvenes, qui...the young men, who (see the girl)...
iuvenes, quos...the young men, whom (the girls see)...
senex, qui...the old man, who (likes slavegirls)...
senex, quem...the old man, whom (the slavegirls like)...
victima, quae...the victim, which (was a lamb)...
victima, quam...the victim, which (the king chose)...
agnus, qui...the lamb, which (was a victim)...
agnus, quem...the lamb, which (the king chose)...


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