Chapter 31 Answer Key 2008

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Unformatted text preview: Latin 101, Magistra Miller Nōmen mihi est _____________________________ Spring 2008 Wheelock Chapter 31 Assignment ANSWER KEY Chapter Objectives: 1. To conjugate the irregular verb “ferō” in all moods and tenses, active and passive voice. 2. To recognize compounds of “ferō” and deduce their meanings. 3. To use the present, imperfect, perfect and pluperfect subjunctive, according to rules of tense sequence, in “cum”-clauses. 4. To distinguish between the various types of “cum”-clauses: temporal, circumstantial, causal and adversative. 5. To translate these Latin “cum”-clauses a variety of ways into English and vice versa. Give the indicative, imperative, infinitive and participial mood forms of the irregular verb “ferō, ferre, tulī, lātum”, according to the English translation provided. 1. “he is bringing”.........................(pres. ind. act., 3 rd sg.)........................ fert 2. “he is being brought”................(pres. ind. pass., 3 rd sg.)...................... fertur 3. “he was bringing”.....................(impf. ind. act., 3 rd sg.)....................... ferēbat 4. “he was being brought”.............(impf. ind. pass., 3 rd sg.)..................... ferēbātur 5. “he will bring”...........................(fut. ind. act., 3 rd sg.).......................... feret 6. “he will be brought”..................(fut. ind. pass., 3 rd sg.)........................ ferētur 7. “he has brought”.......................(perf. ind. act., 3 rd sg.)........................ tulit 8. “he has been brought”...............(perf. ind. pass., 3 rd sg.)...................... lātus est 9. “he had brought”.......................(plupf. ind., act., 3 rd sg.)..................... tulerat 10. “he had been brought”..............(plupf. ind., pass., 3 rd sg.)................... lātus erat 11. “Bring!” (sg.)............................(active imperative)............................. fer! 12. “Bring!” (pl.).............................(active imperative)............................. ferte! 13. “to bring”..................................(pres. act. inf.).................................... ferre 14. “to be brought”..........................(pres. pass. inf.).................................. ferrī 15. “to have brought”......................(perf. act. inf.).................................... tulisse 16. “to have been brought”.............(perf. pass. inf.).................................. lātus esse 17. “to be about to bring”................(fut. act. inf.)...................................... lātūrus esse 18. “to be about to be brought”.......(fut. pass inf.).....................................“to be about to be brought”....
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