Very much so. Quem quaeris is asking for a person, quid vis is asking 'what do you want'?Cur'quem' et non 'quid' in parte secunda setentiae est? Is it 'whom do you seek' as opposed to 'what do you seek'? These are interrogative prononuns, right?
Recte.Estne 'Quid' neutrum accusativum pronomen interrogativum?
Recte.Estne 'dictum' perfectum participium neutrum?
Dictus es is passive, it means 'you were said'. The correct conjugation would be 'sicut iam dixisti'.Could he have said 'Mihi nomen est Tlepolemus, sicum iam dictus es' ?
Recte. It would not be sciditum but scissum est.the neuter. perf. pass. part. of scindo, scindere, scindi, scissum is: scissum esse, right?
Recte. It's indirect speech.It's infinitive ('esse') because of the clause 'videsne.....', right?
Prehenderunt.But I'm not sure what the 3rd pers. plural. perf. ind. act of prehendo, prehendere is.
Yes. Quid can also mean cur/quare.6) Orberg has the sentence: 'Sed quid tu venisti?' Is this simply another way of saying 'cur to venisti' ? Is it declined...?
Estne 'faciliora' neutrum, nominativum pluralum? '[default gender for such unspecified things that are easier said than done??]
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