Nmen ac collgium mihi sunt: _
Latin 1 Practice Verb Synopsis Sheet
(Chapters I-IV: Complete Present System, Active and Passive)
Principal Parts of Verb: _
Person and Number: _
Comprehensive Verb List, Learn To Read Latin I-V
First Conjugation (-re)
make a mistake
Select Chapter 2 Practice Sentences (starting on page 73)
14. I am wandering to the town. I will be in town.
I was wandering from the town.
I will wander from the town.
16. The man has the zeal and mind of a farmer.
There was the zeal and mind of a farmer
Gaius Plinius to his friend Licinius Sura
Pliny, Letters 7.27 translated by Melmoth and revised by Bosanquet
Pliny the Younger asks his friend Sura whether he believes in ghosts, tells the tale of Curtius Rufus'
alleged encounter with the spirit of Africa
Reflexive Pronouns, Possessives and Intensive Pronoun
1. Oedipus patrem suum necvit; mtrem suam nn necvit. Eam amvit.
2. Oedipus ipse patrem eius necvit. Eum nn amvit.
3. Oedipus patrem ipsum erum necvit.
4. Oedipus mtrem suam scum in mtrimni coninxit.
is, ea, id
[Reflexive pronouns on the
Week 4 Syllabus
Introduce: First and Second Declension Adjectives (17)
o Practice: Drills 17-18A (p. 87)
Introduce: Noun-Adjective Agreement (18)
o Practice: Drills 17-18B 1-5 (p. 87); C 1-5 (p. 88)
Introduce Vocabulary: Nouns and Adjectives
Week 10 Syllabus (Gurval / Piller)
Monday: Final Review: Verbs
Practice: Synopsis pop quizzes and peer review
Lecture: Subordinate clauses
Practice: Drill 48B #1-6 (p.182); Drill 49 #1-6 (p. 185): translate in groups and change the
tenses of the verbs.
Answer Key for Drill Sentences A #50-70 (pp.156-159), B #11-14 (p. 161)
Drill Sentences A
50. War is now being waged by enemy inhabitants in the streets of our town. Lead us
and our men from danger, Marcus.
51. Certainly I will plead a case in many words
Latin 1, Practice Quiz 5
50 points, 10 minutes
Nomen mihi est_
A. Provide Latin dictionary entries for the following English nouns and adjectives
_, _, _
_, _, _
hard; harsh: _, _, _
_, _, _
B. Provide the 3rd principa
10/7/12 3:44 PM
(M) October 8: Verbs and their properties, Latin Indicative Tenses
In Class: Lecture: 5 (person, number, tense, mood, voice)
Practice: Verbs in the Gettysburg Address
Lecture: 6 (Latin Tenses)
Homework: Drill 5-6, to be turned in on
Week 3 Syllabus
(M) October 15: Sum Possumque
Lecture: Sum/Possum in Present/Imperfect/Future and the two meanings
of sum (10)
Practice: Drill 10 A, B, C (#1-3 in each section) [p. 57]
Review: Homework Sentences
Reading: Short Readings [L
9/28/12 5:19 PM
(R) September 27: Introduction
In class: Introduce ourselves/favorite Latin-related things (30
Brief intro to Latin literature and Latin's place in
world languages (20)
(F) September 28: LRR Introduction
Four score and seven years ago our fathers brought forth on this continent, a new
nation, conceived in Liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are created
Now we are engaged in a great civil war, testing whether that nation, or any n
Latin 1, Week 8
The Perfect Active System
Time and Aspect
Latin verbs have one of three times
Latin verbs have one of four aspects
Different combinations of Time and Aspect
give you different te
English to Latin Sentences with Answers!
2. If the allies do not yield to Catiline himself, we shall praise (their) loyal spirits, and
they will win the friendship of the Roman people.
Nisi ips Catilnae cdunt soci, anims pis laudbimus, et amcitiam popul
Answer Key to Chapter 5 Drill Sentences 45-65 (p. 193ff.)
45. After Tiberius Sempronius beautifully spoke pious words, the farmers left (from) the forum and,
happy, returned to their fields.
46. I, although I strongly wished to rule the lands with the que