The Relative Clause 2 (Accusative)

In this lesson, we will look at relative pronouns in the accusative case, including how to use the English word 'whom'.

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Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

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Q1.Match the grammatical term to 'who was queen of Carthage' in this sentence: 'Dido, who was queen of Carthage, rescued Aeneas.'

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Q2.Match the grammatical term to 'Dido' in this sentence: 'Dido, who was queen of Carthage, rescued Aeneas.'

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Q3.What TWO things can qui/quae mean?

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Q4.What TWO things can quod mean?

Select two (2) boxes

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Q5.What does the following sentence mean: deus, qui nuntium misit, erat iratus?

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Q6.What does the following sentence mean: ego urbem, quae est tua, dedi?

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Q7.What does the following sentence mean: uxor periculum timebat, quod maritus discedebat?

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Q8.(Optional) What does pietas mean?

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Quiz:

Intro quiz - Recap from previous lesson

Before we start this lesson, let’s see what you can remember from this topic. Here’s a quick quiz!

Q1.Match the grammatical term to 'who was queen of Carthage' in this sentence: 'Dido, who was queen of Carthage, rescued Aeneas.'

1/8

Q2.Match the grammatical term to 'Dido' in this sentence: 'Dido, who was queen of Carthage, rescued Aeneas.'

2/8

Q3.What TWO things can qui/quae mean?

Select two (2) boxes

3/8

Q4.What TWO things can quod mean?

Select two (2) boxes

4/8

Q5.What does the following sentence mean: deus, qui nuntium misit, erat iratus?

5/8

Q6.What does the following sentence mean: ego urbem, quae est tua, dedi?

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Q7.What does the following sentence mean: uxor periculum timebat, quod maritus discedebat?

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Q8.(Optional) What does pietas mean?

8/8

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Relative Clause 2:

Answer the questions below.

Q1.In the following sentence is the word 'whom' a relative clause, an antecedent or a relative pronoun? 'The man, whom I found, took my dog.'

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Q2.In the following sentence is 'whom I found' a relative clause, an antecedent or a relative pronoun? 'The man, whom I found, took my dog.'

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Q3.In the following sentence is the word 'man' a relative clause, an antecedent or a relative pronoun? 'The man, whom I found, took my dog.'

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Q4.What is the grammatical definition of 'whom'?

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Q5.Which of these is correct English?

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Q6.Which of these is correct English?

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Q7.How do you translate the following pronouns: quem, quam, quos, quas?

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Q8.What THREE things can quam mean?

Select three (3) boxes

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Q9.What does the following sentence mean: rex, quem cives salutant, sedet?

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Q10.What does the following sentence mean: cena, quam paras, est mala?

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Relative Clause 2:

Answer the questions below.

Q1.In the following sentence is the word 'whom' a relative clause, an antecedent or a relative pronoun? 'The man, whom I found, took my dog.'

1/10

Q2.In the following sentence is 'whom I found' a relative clause, an antecedent or a relative pronoun? 'The man, whom I found, took my dog.'

2/10

Q3.In the following sentence is the word 'man' a relative clause, an antecedent or a relative pronoun? 'The man, whom I found, took my dog.'

3/10

Q4.What is the grammatical definition of 'whom'?

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Q5.Which of these is correct English?

5/10

Q6.Which of these is correct English?

6/10

Q7.How do you translate the following pronouns: quem, quam, quos, quas?

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Q8.What THREE things can quam mean?

Select three (3) boxes

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Q9.What does the following sentence mean: rex, quem cives salutant, sedet?

9/10

Q10.What does the following sentence mean: cena, quam paras, est mala?

10/10

Lesson summary: The Relative Clause 2 (Accusative)

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