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Quintus Consilium Capit Part 1: Grammar In the passage, identify all cum clauses, write them out in Latin and translate them. An example is done for you below (the words that identify this as a cum clause are underlined): Example: Line 1: cum Cogidubnus tristis iratusque (e villa) (Memoris) exiisset : When Cogidubnus, sad and angry, had left the house of Memor. Line 17: cum cum Dumnorix haec dīxisset, Quīntus rem sēcum anxius cōgitābat : When Dumnorix said this, Quintus considered the thing to himself anxiously. Line 26: cum haec audīvisset, cōnsilium audāx magnopere laudāvit : When he heard this, he praised the bold plan greatly. Part 2: Interpretive Task Comprehension Guide Intermediate Level I. Main Idea Using information from the reading, outline the main plot of the story in English. Cogidbuns was sent to prison for trying to kill Salvius, Dumnorix went to see Quintus for help. Dumnorix wanted to help the King, he had the idea to see Agricola help them oppose Salvius. Quintus and Dumnorix went to go see Agricola. II. Supporting Detail * For each item below, underline the letter if the detail is mentioned in the reading. * For each underlined detail, give some further information about it from the reading. Write in English in the space provided. A. What Salvius did after Cogidubnus left Memor’s house. ,
B. What Memor said after Cogidubnus left Memor’s house. C. Who came to Quintus and why.
D. What plan Quintus came up with. E. What Agricola said about Quintus’ plan.
F. Who in Quintus’ house helped the fugitives escape.
G. What Dumnorix stole to aid their escape.
III. Meaning from Context Based on the passage, 1) write what the following words most likely mean in English and 2) give one English derivative for each word.

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