Lauren (corleoned) wrote in linguaphiles,

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Latin Personal Pronouns? :)

Hey everyone :)

I was wondering if someone could remind me of the difference between the usages of "is,ea, id" as personal pronouns and "hic, haec, hoc". If they mean the same thing (she, he it, they), does it just differ what tenses they're used in, etc? Our teacher put the "is, ea, id" with our "active" conjugations for verbs (Ex: lavo, lavare, etc.) and "hic, haec, hoc" with our "passive" conjugations (Ex: lavor, lavaris, lavatur, etc.) if that helps :)

Hopefully someone could help me out on this! I was just doing review and realized I completely didn't know the difference, if there is one, of when they're used and with what :P
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