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Vocab for what chapter?
What are the three uses of Autos?
1. As a Personal Pronoun
2. As an Adjectival Intensive
3. As the Identical Adjective
When autos is used as a Personal Pronoun how is the case determined?
by its function
When autos is used as a personal pronoun what happens when it is used possessively?
1 - its in the genetive case
2 - functions adjectivally
3 - usually (but not always) follows the word it modifies
When autos is used as a personal pronoun what happens if its antecedent is personal?
it follows the natural gender
When autos is used as a personal pronoun what happens if the antecedent is not personal?
it follows grammatical gender
When autos is used as an adjectival intense what happens when it is used adjectivally?
autos can function intensively in place of a reflexive pronoun.
When autos is used as an adjectiveal intense What happens When used intensively?
it normally modifies another word and is in predicate position, but it is not translated predicatively
When autos is used as an adjectival intense what does the nomintive case usually modify?
- the subject
- which can be any person
When autos is used as an adjectival intense how do you translate?
with the reflexive pronoun based on the natural gender of the word modified:
himself; herself, itself, myself, etc.
When autos is used as the identical adjective How is it translated?
When autos is used as the identical adjective in what position is it usually?
It is normally in the attributive position when used in this way (but not always).
When autos is used as the identical adjective what must happen with the case, number, and gender?
must agree with the word it modifies
(as with any adjective)
What is the singular paradigm of autos?
What is the plural paradigm of autos?
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