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Her, His, Its, & Their in Latin: Eius & Eorum vs Suus, a, um

When do you use suus, a, um and when do you use eius or eorum in Latin? A look at pronouns and possessive adjectives.

“He saw his teacher the other day. No, not his own teacher, John’s teacher.” In English, possessive pronouns can be confusing. “His” can refer to “his own” or someone…

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Dani Bostick

Dani Bostick

For doughnuts, Belgian ale, dogs & the underdog. Against shame, silence, polar vortices &popcorn jellybeans/ Latin Teacher, Writer

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