But if I should have such an accomodating public, as much as they are to Aesop, I would by
Hercules retire and live with you and others like us. I truly do not expect any fruit of labor and I
am sometimes forced by men not deserving very much from me by a
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BI 107HP Principles of Biology I
Semester I 2007-2008
Honors Discussion Section
Monday 2:00-2:50 PM
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Questions for Plinys Vesuvius letter (6.16)
line 126: Subject of erat:
line 126: What case is Miseni? [hint: What is Misenum?]
line 127: Parse (give case, number, gender) the form ei:
line 1278: Why is apparre infinitive? [I am not asking how you know thi
Martial, Epigrams 5.58
Cras te victurum (esse), cras, dicis, Postume, semper.
Dic mihi: "cras" istud, Postume, quando venit?
Quam longe "cras" istud! ubi est? aut unde petendum (est)?
["How far off .!"]
Numquid apud Parthos Armenios
Quaeris quot mihi basiationes
basiatio, f. = kiss
tuae, Lesbia, sint satis superque.
super : here, = more than enough
Quam magnus numerus Libyssae harenae
lasarpiciferis iacet Cyrenis
quam : here and line 7, = how ?
Libyssae harenae = of Libyan
Participle drills, due Wednesday 9/9
MIHI NOMEN EST:
I. Write out the 4 participles for neco (in the nominative singular masculine)
II. Decline fully the running river (CURRENS FLUMEN) [Hint:
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Gerund(ive)s - second batch
1. Cicero loquendi caus in foro stetit. Cupidi eramus multa audiendi.
forum : forum
2. Ad rem publicam servandam Cicero Catilinam petebat.
3. Cupida eram domum redeundi.
4. The girl had a love of recitin
Cum clauses - exercises adapted from Wheelock Workbook
I. a) Transform the ablative absolute or other participial phrase into a cum clause.
Remember that the participle has relative tense!
b) Identify how you would translate cum in this sentence (when, s
Result clause practice.
Make the second sentence into a result clause, subordinate to the first sentence. Translate.
1. Illum librum utilissimum tant cum cur scripsit. / discipuli eius bene discebant.
2. Mentes discipulorum quidem sunt tam acres. / lingua