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"quae haec mihi dōna dedistī"

Quae in that sentence is feminine nominative singular: Now help me, O Venus, who gave me these gifts! The verb is in the second person because it refers to the second person. The syntactic structure ...
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Can someone explain this construction?

libur pro "liber" false positum (cf. hanc editionem) Alma dies = dies propitius, faustus, secundus mystam (cf. Graece μύστης) = sacerdotem fac imitere - imitor is a deponent verb, so all its ...
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Sentence in Rhetorica ad Herennium

You understand the syntax correctly, although the fact that your translation isn't intelligible English leaves some doubt. iste quī sē dīcī dīvitem putat esse praeclārum <=> “praeclārum est cum ...
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