4. - your DICTIONARY in the APPENDIX. Example: Asia victa,...

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Part 1 Complete the sentences below by translating the PERFECT PASSIVE PARTICIPLES below. Use the translation formulae '_____ed' and your DICTIONARY in the APPENDIX. Example: servus oppressus hopes for freedom. ANSWER = The oppressed slave hopes for freedom 1. Servus liberatus shouted for joy in front of his former master's house. The freed slave shouted for joy in front of his former master’s house. 2. The field marshal took pity upon the puerum superatum. The field marshal took pity upon the conquered boy. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Part 2 Complete the sentences below by translating the ABLATIVE ABSOLUTES below. Use the ablative absolute translation formula "With _______ having been ________ed" and
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Unformatted text preview: your DICTIONARY in the APPENDIX. Example: Asia victa, the Romans ruled the world. ANSWER = With Asia having been conquered, the Romans ruled the world. 3. Roma visa, the troops began to celebrate. With Rome having been strengthen, the troops began to celebrate. 4. Verbis auditis, the mob began to cry and shout with rage. With the speech having been listened to, the mob began to cry and shout with rage. +++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ Part 3 Translate the sentences below with the FUTURE ACTIVE PARTICPLE. Use the translation formula "going to _____" and your DICTIONARY in the APPENDIX. 5. Puer puellam visurus est. The boys are going to fight the girls. 6. Sumus visuri regem. I am going to see the queen....
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This note was uploaded on 09/06/2011 for the course LAT 1121 taught by Professor Lisabunge during the Fall '09 term at University of Florida.

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