latin grammar quiz Flashcards

Terms Definitions
No
Minime
six
sex
mittens
sending
minime
non
no
amavi
i loved
ne quid
nihil
he/she/it is
est
i am
sum
sēnsit [translate]
"he felt"
Uter, utra, utrum
Which
verberabat
(he) kept beating
sequerentur
they might follow
2nd Declension monu-
monueram
Number
Singular or plural.
you all are
estis
tria(**) (La)
three: f. nom/acc
away from, ablative
á, ab
-ere
3rd conjugation verb ending
nominative "very angry " [translate]
iratissimus
and not
nec, neque // neve
Subordinating Conjunction
Conjunctions that introduce subordinate clauses
result clause
ita, tam, tanta, tallis, tot
-eo (Lv)
2nd conj 1st person sing
commanding verbs
Impero, mando, persuadeo (+dat)
moneo, oro, rogo, hortor (+acc)
peto, postulo, quaero (+prep + abl)
-i
What is the nominative second declension plural ending?
Clementemne vidēs? [translate]
"Do you see Clemens?" (yes/no)
gender, number
in Romance Languages, adjectives must agree with the nouns which they modify in _________ and _________
what does erant rustici mean
there were peasants
future perfect indicative
paravero, monuero, rexero, audivero, cepero
verb [define]
a word that indicates action (bring, read, walk, run, murder), ...
Seeing (ex)
would be conjugated like a 3rd declension ADJECTIVE
in the past tense, because I RAN in the past
Deponent
Verbs that are passive in form but active in meaning
for the pluperfect subjunctive participle, what do you change?
add -isse and o,m.s song.
direct object
I wrote a letter
"letter" would be in the accusative case, b/c it's ____
subjunctive forms of sum, esse, fui
sim, essem, fuerim, fuissem
accusative duration of time
time words in the Acc-- no preposition
what is the gender, number, and case of auxilium
acc, neut, sing
intransitive verbs cannot have a pssive, instead
an impersonal verb is used
future active infinitive
4th principle part - us + urus + esse
to be about to ___)
Perfect Passive Subjunctive 1st-4th
tus + sim sis sit / simus sitis sint
imperfect tense indicators [define via their endings]
-ba near the end of the verb; Engllish examples include: faciēbam, faciēbās, faciēbat, faciēbāmus, faciēbatis, faciēbant
Ager
Field
loquendum
speaking
secundus
second
who
quis
ii
i went
nec, neque
neve
they are
sunt
i did
eras
terrēs [translate]
"you frighten"
mulier, mulieris, f
woman
3rd dat plural
ibus
VII
roman numeral seven
3rd Declension M/F
__
is
i
em
e
es
um
ibus
es
ibus
Verb
an action word
simple condition
indicative, states fact
tres(**) (La)
three: m./n. nom/acc
S. G. 4th D.
-s
to such a degree
tantopere
-am, -as (Ln)
1st dec acc
from, out of, ablative
é, ex
purpose clause
ut/ne + subjunctive (pres/imp)
-us
The 2nd declension nominative case singluar is _________
Future perfect passive
will have been verbed
what does timet mean
he is afraid
how great? how big?
quantus a um
-is(**) (Lv)
3rd/4th conj 2nd person sing (L)
ablative place where
preposition+ Abl; shows no motion
present active infinitive
most inperfect form of verb
What happens if the purpose clause contains any kind of comparitive adjective or adverb?
ut>>quo
Factitive Sentence Pattern:
Occurs with verbs meaning make, choose,c all and the like, and has both an accusative direct object and a second accusative (noun or adjective) commonly called the object complement because it completes the picture of the object:
Is mē laetam facit > He makes me happy.
direct object [define]
Grammar term that indicates the noun receiving the action of the verb; for example: Melissa brings wine to Caecilius. Wine receives the action (bring). It is directly affected by the verb.
future active participle
4th principle part (w/ ending ūrus, -a, -um)
(about to ___)
Noun
What is born into a declension and can never leave?
Present Passive Subjunctive 2nd-4th
ar aris atur / amur amini antur
what is the number, person, and case of traxerunt
3rd, plu, perf
what do you add to future active participle?
-ur and -us,er,i endings
what is the gender, number and case of villae
fem, gen, sing
impersonal verbs of feeling take
acc of person feelinggen of source of feeling
What does suus, a, um agree with?
it's an adjective, so always with the noun
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