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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Nouns Verbs Subordinate Clauses Vocab Culture & History.

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1 Nouns Verbs Subordinate Clauses Vocab Culture & History

2 How are nouns used in the Dative Case?

3 Indirect Object; to/for a living being; direct object of a special verb

4 What two cases are affected by the CTSIDR words?

5 Accusative (place to which), Ablative (place from which)

6 Give the first, second, and third declension endings (singular and plural)

7 Case1 st 2 nd 3rd Nomaus/r---- Genaeiis Dataeoi Accamumem Ablāoe Nomaeies Genarumorumum Datis ibus Accasoses Ablis ibus

8 Give the fourth and fifth declension endings (singular and plural)

9 Case4 th 5 th Nomuses Genūsei Datuiei Accumem Ablūe Nomūses Genuumerum Datibusebus Accūses Ablibusebus

10 Give 5 uses of the Ablative Case other than SID SPACE and means

11 Agent means time CTSIDR(H) – away from ablative absolute separation origin comparison

12 What does “person” mean in regard to verbs?

13 Identifies the perspective of the subject

14 Give the two tenses that DO NOT appear in the subjunctive mood.

15 Future and Future Perfect

16 Give three ways in which you can translate the subjunctive and identify which tenses you use these words with.

17 Would/could/should/may/might Present and Perfect

18 How do you translate each of these verbs? Prin. Pts.: occido, occidere, occisi, occisus 1. occisisti 2. occiderent 3. occisus sum 4. occisi essemus

19 1. occisisti (you killed) 2. occiderent (they were killing) 3. occisus sum (I have been killed) 4. occisi essemus (we had been killed)

20 Put this verb into the following five forms in Latin: moneo, monēre, monui, monitus 1. 1 st, sing., indicative, present, active 2. 3 rd, plural, subj, imp., passive 3. 2 nd, plural, indicative, future, active 4. 1 st, pl., subj, perfect, active 5. 3 rd, singular, subj., present, passive

21 moneo, monēre, monui, monitus 1. 1 st, sing., indicative, present, active (moneo) 2. 3 rd, plural, subj, imp., passive (monerentur) 3. 2 nd, plural, indicative, future, active (monebitis) 4. 1 st, pl., subj, perfect, active (monuerimus) 5. 3 rd, singular, subj., present, passive (moneatur)

22 Which subordinate clause does not use a subjunctive verb?

23 Indirect Statement: uses an accusative and infinitive

24 What are the three types of “cum” clauses, how do you translate them each respectively, and how do you identify the difference?

25 Cum Causal: because/since Cum Circumstantial: when Cum Concessive: although You have to translate the clause both ways to identify the best one.

26 Give 6 signpost words for the Result Clause.

27 Tam, tantus, sic, ita, talis, adeo, tot

28 Give eight question words that indicate the indirect question.

29 Qui, quis, quid, cur, quando, ubi, quomodo, quo

30 Translate this sentence correctly: Caesar speravit Ciceronem ad Pompeium non iturum esse.

31 Caesar speravit Ciceronem ad Pompeium non iturum esse. Caesar hoped that Cicero would not go to Pompey.

32 Give the correct meaning of this word: uxor, is

33 wife

34 Give the correct meaning of these words: urbs, urbis filia, ae

35 urbs, urbis: city filia, ae: daughter

36 Give the correct meaning of these words: meus, a, um studium, i vulgus, i

37 meus, a, um: my studium, i: enthusiasm vulgus, i: crowd

38 Give the correct meaning of these words: esse moriri gerere gaudēre

39 Esse: to be moriri: to die gerere: to wage gaudēre: to rejoice, be glad

40 Give the correct meaning of these words: intrare pulcher intellegere nam exitium

41 Intrare: to enter pulcher: pretty, handsome intellegere: to understand nam: for exitium: destruction, killing, death

42 In what year was Rome founded?

43 753 BC

44 Please give me two characteristics of Doric architecture

45 No base Thick Column Plain Capital Plain Architrave Metopes and Triglyphs No cornicing

46 Identify the most pivotal battle in the Gallic Wars, the year it took place, and its Gallic general:

47 Alesia, 52 BC, Vercingetorix

48 1. What are the three orders of Greek architecture? 2. Give two characteristics of each that are NOT the capital of the column.

49 1. Doric, Ionic Corinthian 2. Magistra will confirm.

50 Identify the Roman who goes with each fact: 1. Wrote the Letter about Pompeii 2. Wrote the “De Bello Gallico” 3. Wrote the “Echo and Narcissus” 4. Wrote the “Pro Caelio” 5. Killed himself for his political beliefs in the war against Caesar.

51 1.Wrote the Letter: Pliny the Younger 2. Wrote the “De Bello Gallico”: Caesar 3. Wrote the “Echo et Narcissus”: Ovid 4. Wrote the “Pro Caelio”: Cicero 5. Killed himself for his political beliefs: Cato


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