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,
3.08 Latin Assignment
I am a slave because the Romans seized my native
country. I did not fight in the battles with the Romans. Greece
was my native country, and now my family lives in Greece.
Soon my family will sail toward Italy.
I live and work in the
04.09 Docere Amo
Type your translation below the Latin.
Pueros et puellas docere amamus. Discipuli magistram amant. Docere
discipulos est gratum (pleasing). Amamus docere discipulos de historia
Romana litteris ("by means of literature", abl.
Type your translation BELOW EACH PARAGRAPH. Be sure to list the three
classroom items at the end.
Lucius, adulescentulus, cum pueris familiae ad ludum ambulavit. In ludo magister
de poetis claris, Homero*et Vergilio*, de* philosophis (ph
03.09 Ablative of Means
This exercise gives you practice in working with the ablative of means.
Translate each of the following sentences, paying close attention to the
noun endings and verb tenses. The words in ITALICS are ablative of means.
2.06 Work File
Translate the following sentences.
1. Nauta ad Galliam navigat.
The sailor sails towards France.
2. Nauta poetae fabulam narrat.
The poets tell the sailor a story.
3. Regina agricolis villas dat.
The Queen gives the farmers farmhouses