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    4th form. Qui and ut usage

    My daughter is unsure if she is understanding correct qui and ut usage. She needs more examples to make sure that she understands. She feels like the only time she can’t use qui is if it agrees with the subject noun of the sentence. Please give us any feedback you think would be helpful.

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    Re: 4th form. Qui and ut usage

    Originally posted by Tdub View Post
    My daughter is unsure if she is understanding correct qui and ut usage. She needs more examples to make sure that she understands. She feels like the only time she can’t use qui is if it agrees with the subject noun of the sentence. Please give us any feedback you think would be helpful.
    Your daughter is correct. A relative pronoun may replace ut "whenever the relative pronoun can, without changing the meaning, be made to agree with a noun or pronoun in the main clause" (Henle I, p. 258). For more examples, see Grammar #625 and Henle I p. 258 and all of the sentences in Ex. 272 (p. 260).

    HTH!
    Michael
    Memoria Press

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