annus, -i, m.
albus, -a, -um
antiquus, -a, -um
noster, nostra, nostrum
vester, vestra, vestru
English and Latin Case Usage
Three English Cases:
Nominative: Subject and Predicate Nominative
Possessive: Shows possession
Objective: Indirect object, Direct object, and the object of the preposition.
Five Latin Cases:
Nominative: Subject, Predic
In English, personal pronouns are used to show the person of a
verb: I, you, we, you. In Latin, as we have seen, personal endings are
used instead. When, however, emphasis or sharp contrast in subjects is
desired, the Latin uses the pers
For this lesson, you have choices!
Choose one of the following assignments, and then submit it:
For this assessment you are asked to use what you've learned in this lesson
to create your own authentic sentences in English. Remember, you must your
Fill in the blanks and complete the synopses.
Principal Parts: voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatus to call
Present Infinitive Active (2nd Principal Part) _vocare_
Present Stem _vocar_
Perfect Stem _vocav_
Perfect Passive Participle (4th Princip
In the paragraph below, you will:
list the five appositives in this story
give the noun that each appositive renames
indicate the Latin case for each pair
Remember that an appositive is set off by commas, renames the preceding noun, and,
06.06 Pluto and Proserpina Worksheet
Please read the Latin and its corresponding English translation. Then, complete
the translation for the middle paragraph and submit through Assessments.
Pluto and Proserpina
Pluto (nom.sing.), deus inferorum (of the un
Type your translation below each sentence.
1. Multa Romana templa sunt in Europa-in Britannia, Gallia atque Italia.
Pantheon* est templum pulchrum Romae (in Rome= locative case).
Many Roman temples are in Europein Britain, Gallia and Italy. The
Use the following Web link to learn about the Roman calendar.
Roman calendar from WebExhibits
The names for our months came from the Roman calendar.
The first month of the old Roman calendar
The school year began on March 24
The beginning of the old
The Perfect Passive System
Uses the fourth principal part which is called the perfect
passive participle (PPP).
amo, amare, amavi, amatus. -a. -um
laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatus. -a. -um
removeo, removere, removi, remotus. -a. -um
teneo, tenere, ten
English Meaning Derivatives
dolus, -i, m.
nympha, -ae, f.
that inhabit the
rivus, -i, m
carus, -a, -um
dear to (followed
Type your translation below each Latin paragraph. Then answer the question
Forma feminae ab Vulcano* creabatur de terra. Ab Minerva ei (to her) vestes
(clothes, nom. pl.) argenteae* donabantur. Etiam ei (to her) ab V
05.12 Dei et Deae
Use your online DICTIONARY found in the APPENDIX OF THE COURSE to
translate and comprehend the passage below. After you translate this passage,
go to ASSESSMENTS and answer the questions about this passage in
amica, -ae, f.
cibus, -i, m.
cura, curae, f.
nuntius, nunti, m.
Romanus, -a, um
Yes and No Questions:
There are three sign posts that you need to look out for!
The ending, "-ne", will be added to the first word of a sentence if
the answer could be either "yes" or "no" .
Estne Marcus agricola? Is Marcus a farmer?
Making the Connection
The neutral connector: ET can join any words.
Marcus et Cornelius pueri sunt.
Marcus and Cornelius are boys.
Correlative connectors ( always used in pairs): ET . ET mean
"both . and".
Et Marcus et Cornelius pueri
corona, -ae, f.
donum, -i, n.
(from dono, donare) donor,
forma, -ae, f.
formation, formidable, inform,
aureus, -a, -um
AU = gold, aureole
durus , -a, um
Present Passive = present stem (infinitive -re) + passive personal endings (-r, -ris, -tur, -mur, -mini, - ntur)
Present Tense Passive Voice
I am loved
Ablative of Agent
Definition: When a subject is acted upon by a person (a human being not an inanimate object or non
human thing), this is expressed in Latin in the ablative case preceded by the preposition ab, by.
PASSIVE VERBS are often accompanied by a
anima, -ae, f.
spirit, breath, wind
ara, -ae, f.
caelum, -i, n.
Complete the translation by filling in the blanks with the correct meaning for the
Cicero and Caesar
Fill in the blanks with the meaning of the idiom
Cicero est orator Romanus. Multum agit, sed numquam in agris equos agit neque
On July 4, 1776 the colonists wrote the Declaration of Independence demanding their
independence from the British Crown. The American Revolution showed people of other nations
that they have certain natural rights that cannot be t
September 21, 2014
Dear Dan Snyder,
I believe that the name of your NFL team, The Washington Redskins, should be
changed. The term Redskins is an offensive, derogatory word towards Native
Americans. I understand that you believe that the name is not offen
Evaluate Capitalism and Socialism by using the nations we compared
in class or any other examples you can think of or class discussion
related and in your opinion which system is better?
Capitalism and socialism are system
I cordially invite you all to my domus on ante diem v kalendas septembres for a dinner
party. Our guest of honor joining us that evening will be a famous roman actor. For dinner,
The Six Tenses
now, current (is, are, do, does)
Present Stem (infinitive
continued or repeated action in
the past (was, were, used to, kept
future (will, sh