Presentation on theme: "Animal Noises in Latin Practice with the six different verb endings."— Presentation transcript:
Animal Noises in Latin Practice with the six different verb endings
These slides were made by Year 5 pupils at Moreton Hall in Suffolk. The children drew and painted all the animals themselves using the program Painter 5.5 and wrote the verbs out using the help sheet on the Minimus web site Minimus web site The children have been learning Latin with Minimus.
elephant: elephantus barrio: I trumpet. barris: You (s) trumpet. barrit: He/she/it trumpets. barrimus: We croak. barritis: You (pl) trumpet. barriunt: They trumpet.
mouse:mus murrio: I squeak murris: You squeak (s) murrit: He/she/it squeaks. murrimus: We squeak. murritis: You squeak (pl). murriunt: They squeak.
owl: noctua tutubo: I hoot. tutubas: You hoot (s). tutubat: He/she/it hoots. tutubamus: We hoot. tutubatis: You hoot (pl) tutubant: They croak.