586.] PARADIGMS———VERBS. 241

Singular. Plural. M. F. N. III. F. N.

N. Ipsé, ipsii, ipsfun. Ipsi, ipsae, ipszi.

G. Ipsiils, ipsifis, ipsifis. Ipsorfun, ipszirfun, ipsorfinl. D Ipsi, ipsi, ipsi. Ipsis, ipsis, ipsis. A. psfun, lpsfixn, ipsfun. Ipsos, ipsas, ipsfi.


A. Ipso, ipsa, ipso. Ipsis, ipsis, ipsis.

IV. The Relalzre Pronoun, qui, who, is so called because il always relates to some noun or pronoun, expressed or ilnderstoorl. called its antecedent. It is declined as follows:

Singular. Plural. III. F. 1V. Ill. F. N.

N Qui, quae, quod. Qui, quae, quae. G. Cujils, cujfis, cujfls. Quorfun, quarfim, quorum. D. Cui, cui, cui. Quibfls, quibfls, quibfis. A. Quem, quam, quod. Quos, quas, quae. V.

A. Quo, qua, quo. Quibfls, quilifrs, qifibfis.

V. The Interrogative Pronouns, quis and qui, are so called be- cause they are used in asking questions. Qui (which? what?) is used adjectirely, and is declined like the relative. Quis (who? which’? what '5) is generally used subslanlirely, and is (let-lined like the relative, except in the forms quis, nom. maso, and quid, nom. and acc. neut.

VI. Indejiniie Pronouns are so called because they do not de- finitely specify the objects to which they refer; e. g, quidizm, a certain one; éliquis, some one; quisqlzé, every one; siqzzis, if any, &c. They are compounds either of quis or qui, and are declined in nearly the same- lnanner as the simple pronouns.

Rim-The compounds of quis generally take quid in the neut. sing. when usec substantively, and qufid when used adjecfively. Some of those compounds, a:

dliquis, siquls, take qua (not quae) in the fem. sing. and neut. plur.

586. Paracligvn 0f the verb Essé’. INDlCATIVE MOOD.

Pnnsnrvr (am).

Singular. Plural Sim, I am. Sfunus, we are. Es, thou art. I Estis, you are. Est, he is. Sunt, they are