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How do you ask an information question in Latin?
Use an interrogative pronoun, adjective, or adverb (Where, who, what, where, how)
Ubi?
Where?
Quis?
Who?
Quid?
What?
Cur?
Why?
How do you ask a Yes/No question?
Add - ne to the end of the first word in the sentence. MarcusNE Claram amat? (Does Marcus love Clara?)
If you expect an answer to be Yes, what do you begin the sentence with? (Marcus loves Clara, doesn't he?)
Nonne. Marcus Claram amat?
If you expect the answer to be No, what do you begin the sentence with? (Marcus doesn't love Clara, does he?)
Num. Num Marcus Claram amat?
What are conjunctions used for?
To join two sentences or ideas.
Name three ways to say "and."
1. et
2. atque
3. -que at the end of the second word of a pair (boys AND girls)
How do you say "both X and Y"? (I speak English and also Spanish.)
et (English...et (Spanish)
Apposition - a noun that identifies another noun (My aunt, Liz...). What is the rule for appositions?
A noun in apposition with another noun (or pronoun) is in the same case as that other noun (or pronoun).