Pg. 228 Exercise 1-2
Forming the Pluperfect
1. conor- conatus, a, um eram
I had tried
I had devised
uideor- uisus, a, um eram
I had seemed
I had warned
utor- usus, a, um eram
I had used
Section 3B English to Latin
a.Our general, after encouraging the army, gave the signal.
b. Amphitruo addressed the enemy through ambassadors.
c. All mean when they have gained wisdom prefer peace and leisure to war.
d. The enemy set out from the
Section 3C English to Latin
a. quid seruus facturus est?
b. nonne Alcumenae proelium narraturus est?
c. decepturus sum dolis meis et pugnis meis eodem tempore.
d. ego enim ueni huc minaturus ei mortem.
e. mihi placet hoc dolo auferre suum nomen ab eo.
Section 4A English to Latin
a. arbitror Verrem hoc fecisse.
b. Cicero dixit seruos in templum instrauisse.
c. multi ciues ad urbem ueniebant, negotium faciebant, deinde domum
d. amicus Verris nomen cuiusdam serui detulit.
e. nos omnes scim
Forming the Pluperfect Tense
pluperfect translated in English as had _ed
I had run away
He had said
We had jumped
For Non-Deponent Verbs:
ambulo- I walk
ambulo, ambulare, ambulaui
Take stem of third pr
pg. 231-232 Exercise Answers
a. Diodorus used to have small cups, which Mentor had made.
b. The letter, which he had written, soon arrived in Sicily.
c. He was calling back the men, who had asserted that they were in Rome.
d. The thing wh
The Relative Pronoun
Relative pronouns are pronouns that refer back to a specific noun in a clause or
Antecedents are the nouns that a relative pronoun refers back to in a clause or
*Relative pronouns are identical in form to interroga
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