Companion_Curriculum_for_Ecce_Romani_II
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Companion_Curriculum_for_Ecce_Romani_II

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pluperfect tense (1) 6. present tense (6) 2. imperfect tense (2) 7. pluperfect tense (8) 3. perfect tense (3) 8. imperfect tense (9) 4. infinitive (3) 9. imperfect of sum (11) 5. irregular verb (4) 10. infinitive of sum (13) Ecce 31 Pre-Reading Part I The Picture 1. What is the setting of this picture? 2. How many different cultures are represented in the picture? What do they seem to be? 3. What do...

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tense pluperfect (1) 6. present tense (6) 2. imperfect tense (2) 7. pluperfect tense (8) 3. perfect tense (3) 8. imperfect tense (9) 4. infinitive (3) 9. imperfect of sum (11) 5. irregular verb (4) 10. infinitive of sum (13) Ecce 31 Pre-Reading Part I The Picture 1. What is the setting of this picture? 2. How many different cultures are represented in the picture? What do they seem to be? 3. What do you think the man holding the rabbit by the ears is saying to his customers? Part II Forging Links: Becoming Familiar With New Vocabulary Cover up the new words beneath the chapter story and scan through the text. For each English word given below, find a Latin word that provides the root for the derivative and guess what the Latin word means. Latin Word What I Think the Latin Means 1. diminutive _________________ _________________ 2. optimal _________________ _________________ 3. carnivore _________________ _________________ 4. rectitude _________________ _________________ 5. pasture _________________ _________________ Part III - Story Telling Now look at pages 31-2. The words are listed in the order they occur in the story. Write a 3 sentence summary of what you think happens in the story, using and underlining English meanings from 7 new vocab words. Ecce 31 Translation Review Answer the following True/False questions about your story. _____1. Marcus et Sextus in horto ambulabant ubi servos in culina ridentes audiverunt. _____2. Servi in Corneliam culina coquebant et ridebant. _____3. Pueri in culinam intrant et Sextus rogavit, Cur vos ridetis? _____4. Mane heri Pseudolus in urbem descendit quod carnem emere volebat. _____5. Lanius Pseudolo petivit pretium quod Pseudolus statim dedit. _____6. Lanius offert pretium minuere si Pseudolus carnem multum emit. _____7. Porcus quem Pseudolus emit pinguis erat. _____8. Porcus e lanio effugit, currit per viam et Pseudolum necat. _____9. Lanius leporem Pseudolo gratis dedit, quem Pseudolus amico in animo habebat. _____10. Aurelia omnia audiebat et ridet quod fabula eam delectabat. Ecce 31 Reading Comprehension Questions Answer each of the following questions in English, using a SHORT Latin quote from the text to support your answer. Ecce 31 Story (pages 31-32) 1. Explain why all the slaves in the kitchen are laughing. 2. Who does not think Pseudolus is funny and why? Exercise 31b 3. Why would Pseudolus not mind being sent to the villa? 4. Why does Syrus think service in the villa is not a good thing? 5. Why does Syrus both want and not want to hear Pseudolus story? 6. Whose good side does Pseudolus think he is on and why? Exercise 31f 7. Why does Vibidius want to be invited to Cornelius for dinner? 8. Where is Cornelius going, according to Vibidius? 9. How will Vibidius & his buddy get themselves invited to dinner? 10. What is the difference between a client and an umbra? Ecce 31 Vocabulary Practice actice I. Pictures draw what these word

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