sapz wrote:For example, in the sentence "Feminae quarum viri magnam pecuniam habent multa ornamenta a viris suis accipiunt", what would be the meaning of "quarum"? Is it sort-of replacable by "qui earum", as in "Feminae qui viri earum" etc. ?
sapz wrote:The same question applies to "Aemilia, cuius vir pecuniosus est, multa ornamenta ab eo accipit".
Is "cuius" here sort-of equatable with "quae eius"? "Aemilia, quae vir eius pecuniosus est" etc.
sapz wrote:Oh, and since I'm already opening a topic, I might as well ask another question.
The following sentences appear in the chapter: "Quot nummis constat anulus in quo gemma est", "Hic anulus centum nummis constat".
Why in those sentences, "nummi" have the "is" postfix? Should'nt it be the accusative case, "nummos"?