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Allen and Greenough/ New Latin Grammar


152. Many Pronouns, Pronominal Adjectives, and Adverbs have corresponding demonstrative, relative, interrogative, and indefinite forms. Such parallel forms are called Correlatives. They are shown in the following table:—

is quī quis? quisquis aliquis
that who who? whoever some one
tantus quantus quantus? quantuscumque aliquantus
so great how (as) great how great? however great some
tālis quālis quālis? quāliscumque ----
such as of what sort? of whatever kind
ibi ubi ubi? ubiubi alicubi
there where where? wherever somewhere
quō quō? quōquō aliquō
thither whither whither? whithersoever (to) somewhere
quā quā? quāquā aliquā
that way which way which way? whithersoever somewhere
inde unde unde? undecumque alicunde
thence whence whence? whencesoever from somewhere
tum cum quandō? quandōcumque aliquandō
then when when? whenever at some time
tot quot quot? quotquot aliquot
so many as how many? however many some, several
totiēns quotiēns quotiēns? quotiēnscumque aliquotiēns
so often as how often? however often at several times

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