Latin 101 Midterm IFall 2017This is an open book exam.Consult your text, not other class members. If you have any questions about the exam please contact me.I. Translate the following passage: 1.Populus Romanus magnos animos et paucas culpas habebat. De officiis 2.nostris cogitabamus et gloriam belli semper laudabamus. Sed nunc multum 3. otium habemus, et multi sunt avari. Nec vitia nostra nec remedia tolerare 4.possumus. Quid populus Romanus erit in multis annis? Vocabulary help:Populus, -a, um: people Animus, -i: spirit, courageculpa, culpae: flaws, sinsofficium, -i: dutynoster, nostri: ourcogito, -are: thinkbellum, -i: warsed: butnunc: nowotium, -i: leisure time, peaceavarus, -a, -um: adj. greedyvitium, i.: n. vicenec...nec: neither..norremedium, -i: n. remedytolero, -are: v. toleratequid: whatannus, -i: yearThe translation is worth 25 points.Translate:The Roman people used to have great courage and a few flaws. We used to think of our duties and were always praising the glory of the war. But now we have much leisure time, and many are now greedy. We can tolerate neither our vice nor remedy. What will Roman people be in many years?