03.18 - 1 What is the grammatical construction of"lugete...

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1. What is the grammatical construction of "lugete"? Lugete is a verb in the I present active imperative, 2nd I person plural. 2. Where is an ablative of comparison in lines 1-5? passer mortuus I est meae puellae, line 3 and deliciae I meae puellae, line 4. 3. Norat (l.6) is a contraction from noverat. What do we call that in poetry? Syncope. 4. Say line 9 aloud to yourself. What do you hear? I hear alliteration. 5. In line 11, what does "qui" refer to in Latin? The shadowy path. 6. In line 11, what is the shadowy path referring to in English?

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