Color Coded Latin: A Teaching Method
All forms of WHO/WHICH
© 2011 by Kathleen Canning
Relative pronouns have endings like both 2nd and 3rd declension adjectives. Don't let that confuse you. Just continue to match the gender and number as you have other adjectives. However, case is a different story.
The Relative Pronouns will agree with the noun that is their antecendent in gender and number BUT in Latin they take their cases from use WITHIN their own clause.
|Genitive||whose or of whom||of which|
|Dative||to whom||to which|
|Ablative||by/with whom||by/with which|