A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language/Lesson 12
|←Lesson 11||A Practical Grammar of the Latin Language (1858) by
Lesson XII.—Pēnsum Duodecimum.
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Of Interrogative Pronouns.
- A. There are three interrogative pronouns in Latin, viz.: 1) the substantive quis? (masc. & fem.) "who?" quid? "what?" 2) the adjective quī, quae, quŏd? "which?" and 3) ŭter, ŭtra, ŭtrŭm? "which of the two?". They are thus inflected :—