Latin 3rd person pronouns [was Re: No pronoun, no article]
|From:||Garth Wallace <gwalla@...>|
|Date:||Sunday, October 19, 2003, 20:58|
Ray Brown wrote:
> I suppose Latin had only fully developed personal pronouns for 1st & 2nd
> persons. For
> the 3rd person only the reflexive 'se' existed. The non-reflexive 3rd
> person forms were
> supplied by a fairly rich set of demonstrative pronouns.
Hm? Where did you get this? I distinctly remember learning masculine,
feminine, and neuter 3rd person pronouns in high school Latin.