Match the terms with the
d. vita report
g. copia forest
h. fama spirit
i. anima supply
Score: 10 of 10
Directions: Read the tale of Circe and translate the middle portion of this text. Type your translation below
each numbered sentence.
Ulixes nunc omnia praeter* suam* navem amiserat. Haec* navis ad insulam Aeaeam venit, quam Circe,
1.17 Relative Pronouns
Directions: Translate the following sentences into English. Then, identify and distinguish between relative
pronouns, interrogative pronouns, and interrogative adjectives.
Quid est quid?
Part 1: Translate the following sentences.
2.08 Third Declension I Stems
Directions: Translate the red words below into Latin. Submit your work to the 2.08 Third Declension IStems Dropbox.
1. The hope of the citizens on Circe's island lay in being released from her spell.
2. The Roman and G
1.12 Homers World
Directions: Answer the following questions using the links in Lesson 1.12.
1. According to tradition, when did Homer live? What are the other theories about when he lived and
He lived around 800 B.C, also estimated 850 B.C.
1.09 Third Declension
Directions: Answer the following questions.
Part I: It is important for you to recognize case patterns among the three declensions.
1. What similarity do the accusative singulars of all three declensions share?
They end in the letter
1.10 More Third Declension
Directions: Decline the noun adjective pairs. Be sure to get the correct stem first.
He CALLED to EVOKE a conversation about politics.
The tripod was PORTABLE so he CARRIED it to another room.
They RESPECTIVELY WATCHED then play while scouting athletes.
They were TAKEN
Directions: Translate the following sentences into English.
1. Linguam Latinam legere et scribere possumus.
I am able to read and write the Latin language.
2. Ab agris frumentum transportare non poteram.
We were not able to carry (transport) t
Name: Davis Mask
Facilitator: Mr. Cagle
Date: January 17th, 2017
School: Mortimer Jordan High School
1.06 Fabula Cincinnati
Directions: Translate the following sentences.
1. Fabula Cincinnati est fabula virorum Romanorum multorum.
The story of Cincinnati