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 Attendance/prayer  Hatred of Juno translation  English to Latin Sentences  Infinitive Smart board activity  Homework – 1. Hatred of Juno and Infinitive.

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1  Attendance/prayer  Hatred of Juno translation  English to Latin Sentences  Infinitive Smart board activity  Homework – 1. Hatred of Juno and Infinitive quiz

2  Hercules, the son of Alcemene, once was living in Greece.  This man is said to have been the most powerful of all men.  But Juno, the queen of the gods, did not like Alcmene and still wanted to kill her baby, Hercules.

3  Therefore, she sent two very fierce snakes; these (snakes) came in the middle of the night into the bedroom of Alcmena, where Hercules was sleeping with his brother.  However, they were not lying in cradles, but in a great shield.  Soon the serpents had approached and were moving the shield; and so the boys were awoken form sleep.

4 This is Hercules. He is said to have been very strong. In the picture he is sleeping. The goddess Juno does not like him. She will try to kill baby Hercules. Possible Translation: Hic est Hercules. Fortissimus fuisse dicitur. In pictur ā dormit. Dea Juno eum non amat. Infantem Herculem necare temptabit.


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