Chapter 32 Answer Key 2008

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Unformatted text preview: Latin 101, Magistra Miller Nōmen mihi est _____________________________ Spring 2008 Wheelock Chapter 32 Assignment ANSWER KEY Chapter Objectives: 1. To conjugate the irregular verbs “volō”, “nōlō” and “mālō” in all moods and tenses. 2. To recognize and translate the various forms of these irregular verbs properly when encountered in sentences. 3. To demonstrate understanding of what an adverb is and how many English adverbs are derived from adjectives. 4. To create regularly- and irregularly-formed adverbs from adjectives, in the positive, comparative and superlative degrees. 5. To translate positive, comparative and superlative degree adverbs a variety of ways into English and vice versa. 6. To express unequal comparisons with comparative degree adverbs + “quam” or with the ablative of comparison. 7. To express “ as (quick)ly as possible” etc. with “quam” + superlative degree adverbs. 8. To use the present and imperfect subjunctive, according to rules of tense sequence, with “dummodo” to express a provisional circumstance (“proviso”-clauses). Form the positive, comparative and superlative degree ADVERBS that are derived from the adjectives indicated in parentheses. Translate each degree into English. The first one is done for you. ADJECTIVE ADVERB ADVERB ADVERB POSITIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE ferōx (ferōcis) ferōciter ferōcius ferōcissimē “fierce” “fiercely” “more fiercely” “most / very fiercely” bonus,-a,-um bene melius optimē “good” “well” “better” “(the) best” magnus,-a,-um magnopere magis maximē “great” “greatly” “more” “(the)most, very much” mediōcris,-is,-e mediōcriter mediōcrius mediōcrissimē “moderate” “moderately” “more moderately” “very moderately” dīligēns (dīligentis) dīligenter dīligentius dīligentissimē “careful” “carefully” “quite carefully” “most carefully” pulcher,-chra,-chrum pulchrē pulchrius pulcherrimē “beautiful” “beautifully” “more beautifully” “most beautifully” malus,-a,-um male peius pessimē “bad” “badly” “worse” “(the) worst” 1 Latin 101, Magistra Miller Nōmen mihi est _____________________________ Spring 2008 Wheelock Chapter 32 Assignment ANSWER KEY facilis,-is,-e facile facilius facillimē “easy” “easily” “more easily” “most easily” parvus,-a,-um parum minus minimē “little” “(a) little” “less” “least, very little” cārus,-a,-um cārē cārius cārissimē “dear” “dearly” “more dearly” “most dearly” multus,-a,-um multum plūs plūrimum “much” “much” “more” “(the)most, very much” liber,-era,-erum līberē līberius līberrimē “free” “freely” “more freely” “most freely” humilis,-is,-e humiliter humilius humillimē “humble” “humbly” “more humbly” “most humbly”...
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