Chapter 32 Answer Key 2008

Chapter 32 Answer Key 2008 - Latin 101, Magistra Miller...

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Unformatted text preview: Latin 101, Magistra Miller Nmen mihi est _____________________________ Spring 2008 Wheelock Chapter 32 Assignment ANSWER KEY Chapter Objectives: 1. To conjugate the irregular verbs vol, nl and ml 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 ferx (fercis) ferciter fercius fercissim fierce fiercely more fiercely most / very fiercely bonus,-a,-um bene melius optim good well better (the) best magnus,-a,-um magnopere magis maxim great greatly more (the)most, very much medicris,-is,-e medicriter medicrius medicrissim moderate moderately more moderately very moderately dligns (dligentis) dligenter dligentius dligentissim careful carefully quite carefully most carefully pulcher,-chra,-chrum pulchr pulchrius pulcherrim beautiful beautifully more beautifully most beautifully malus,-a,-um male peius pessim bad badly worse (the) worst 1 Latin 101, Magistra Miller Nmen mihi est _____________________________ Spring 2008 Wheelock Chapter 32 Assignment ANSWER KEY facilis,-is,-e facile facilius facillim easy easily more easily most easily parvus,-a,-um parum minus minim little (a) little less least, very little crus,-a,-um cr crius crissim dear dearly more dearly most dearly multus,-a,-um multum pls plrimum much much more (the)most, very much liber,-era,-erum lber lberius lberrim free freely more freely most freely humilis,-is,-e humiliter humilius humillim humble humbly more humbly most humbly...
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