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    • Intro to Latin
    • Personal Pronouns1st Person Singular Ego I Meī My Mihi Me Mē Me Mē Me
    • Personal Pronouns 1st Person Plural Nōs WeNostrī or Nostrum Our Nōbīs Us Nōs Us Nōbīs Us
    • Personal Pronouns2nd Person Singular Tū You Tuī Your Tibi You Tē You Tē You
    • Personal Pronouns 2nd Person Plural Vōs YouVestrī or Vestrum Your Vōbīs You Vōs You Vōbīs You
    • Personal Pronouns 3rd Person Singular Is Ea Id He/she/itEius Eius Eius His/her/its Eī Eī Eī Him/her/itEum Eam Id Him/her/itEō Eā Eō Him/her/it
    • Personal Pronouns 3rd Person Plural Ei Eae Ea They Eōrum Eārum Eōrum TheirEīs or Iīs Eīs or Iīs Eīs or Iīs Them Eōs Eās Ea ThemEīs or Iīs Eīs or Iīs Eīs or Iīs Them
    • Asking Questions in LatinWho? Quis?What? Quid?When? Ubi? Or Quandō?Where? Ubi?Why? Cūr?
    • Asking Questions in LatinHow? Quō? Quō modō?How great? Quantus?How many? Quot?What kind? Qualis?From where? Unde?
    • Asking Questions in LatinYes/No Questions• -ne if no expected answer add to end of 1st word (usually the verb)• Nonne if the expected answer is “yes” – You’re coming next week, aren’t you?• Num if the expected answer is “no” – You didn’t do your homework, did you?
    • Speaking of Be Verbs… Present Imperfect Future1st Pers Sg sum eram erō2nd Pers Sg es erās eris3rd Pers Sg est erat erit1st Pers Pl sumus erāmus erimus2nd Pers Pl estis erātis eritis3rd Pers Pl sunt erant erunt