On the Intellect

Latin Grammar: Pronouns

Cum igitur acquiritur lumen in visu et in aere et in consimili, tunc aer, cum lumine quod fit in eo, fit visus in effectu et colores fiunt visi in effectu. Sed dico quod visus non fit visus in effectu ob hoc solum quod fit in eo lumen et irradiatio in effectu, sed quia cum fit in eo illa irradiatio, fit ei irradiatio in effectu, et fiunt in eo forme visorum in lumine et fit visus in effectu, tunc imaginat formas visorum. Sed ante hoc necesse est preparari radium solis vel alicuius rei ad hoc ut fiat irradiatum in effectu, et tunc quod erat visum in potentia fit visum in effectu. Principium autem per quod fit visus in effectu postquam fuerat visus in potentia et ea quae erant visa in potentia fiunt visa in effectu, est irradiatio quae fit in visu a sole.

Is, ea, id can function as a demonstrative pronoun. It can be translated both as "this/these" and "that/those." It should be translated as a demonstrative when it immediately precedes a noun and agrees in case, number, and gender.
Translate the following fragments in to Latin using is, ea, id.

1. in that house [in domo]

2. into that place [in locum]

3. those men [ viri]

4. those women [ feminae]

5. to her [ ]

6. to them [ ]

7. their (m.) house [domus ]

8. their (f.) house [domus ]

9. his vision [visus ]

10. her vision [visus ]

11. by means of that hand [ manu]

12. by means of this sun [ sole]

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