1st and 2nd Person Possessive Adjectives

In this lesson, we will look at 1st and 2nd person possessive adjectives and how to distinguish them from pronouns.

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Quiz:

1st and 2nd Person Possessive Adjectives

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Q1.1Which TWO of these English words are NOT 1st and 2nd person pronouns?

Select two (2) boxes

1/15

Q2.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: ego

2/15

Q3.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: me

3/15

Q4.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: tu

4/15

Q5.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: te

5/15

Q6.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: nos

6/15

Q7.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: vos

7/15

Q8.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: nos

8/15

Q9.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: noster

9/15

Q10.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: nobiscum

10/15

Q11.What does the following Latin sentence mean: tuam cenam consumo?

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Q12.What does the following Latin sentence mean: vos non timeo?

12/15

Q13.Match the following Latin sentence to its English translation: nos salutamus.

13/15

Q14.Match the following Latin sentence to its English translation: vos salutatis.

14/15

Q15.Match the following Latin sentence to its English translation: nos salutatis.

15/15

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Quiz:

1st and 2nd Person Possessive Adjectives

Don’t worry if you get a question wrong! Forgetting is an important step in learning. We will recap next lesson.

Q1.1Which TWO of these English words are NOT 1st and 2nd person pronouns?

Select two (2) boxes

1/15

Q2.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: ego

2/15

Q3.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: me

3/15

Q4.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: tu

4/15

Q5.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: te

5/15

Q6.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: nos

6/15

Q7.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: vos

7/15

Q8.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: nos

8/15

Q9.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: noster

9/15

Q10.Match the following Latin pronoun to its English translation: nobiscum

10/15

Q11.What does the following Latin sentence mean: tuam cenam consumo?

11/15

Q12.What does the following Latin sentence mean: vos non timeo?

12/15

Q13.Match the following Latin sentence to its English translation: nos salutamus.

13/15

Q14.Match the following Latin sentence to its English translation: vos salutatis.

14/15

Q15.Match the following Latin sentence to its English translation: nos salutatis.

15/15

Lesson summary: 1st and 2nd Person Possessive Adjectives

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