Clauses - Latin Grammar
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Relative Clauses in Latin
Basic information on the Relative Clauses in Latin, and a few examples.
Purpose Clauses in Latin
Basic information on the Purpose Clause in Latin and a few examples, one for each of the main kinds.
Formation of Direct Questions
(www.southwestern.edu/~carlg/Latin_Web/dirquestions.html) says "A direct question is the transmission of a question by direct quotation. In English, the question is set in question marks," but the site is no longer available. Instead, here is a page from an online Latin textbook on direct questions.
A relative clause is a subordinate clause introduced by a relative pronoun. Here's a section from an online textbook providing more detail.