Contrary to Fact Condition
1. Si insidiae eius paterent, ferrum eius non timeremus.
If his plot were known, we would fear his sword.
2. Si custodiae duriores fortioresque fuissent, numquam tanta scelera suscepisses.
If harsher and stronger guards had been
1. If they should come, you would be happier.
Si veniant mox, sis felicior.
2. Laudas fortunam et mores antiquae plebis; sed si quis ad illa subito te agat, illum modum vitae
You praise the fortune and customs of the ancie
Purpose Clauses Homework
Mercatores ad nostram urbem venerunt ut pecuniam facerent.
Merchants came to our city in order to make money.
Magna cum diligentia aquam in hortum portavit ut flores crescerent.
He carried water into the garden with great ca
Purpose and Relative Clauses Homework
I shall send a messenger to report this.
Mittam nuntium qui nuntiat hoc.
I sent a messenger to report this.
Misit nuntium qui nuntiaret hoc.
He will have come to hear us.
Venerit ut audiat nos.
Men were se
Apollo and Daphne Frequency List
Phoebus, -i m., Phoebus (epithet of Apollo)
Daphne, Daphnes f., Daphne (nymph, daughter of the river god Peneus)
Peneius, -a, -um, of Peneus, child of Peneus
fors, fortis f., chance, destiny
ignarus, -a, -um ignorant, unkn
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1. Cum animal vulneratum invenire non possemus coacti sumus id relinquere in silva.
Because we were not able to find the hurt animal, we were compelled to leave it behind in the
2. Marcus tum cum hostium insidias consulibus renuntia
pg. 279 A all, p. 279-280 B #1-4
1. Efficit ut discessuri simus.
He caused us to leave.
2. Tantus est ut nemo eum superet.
He is of such a size that nobody conquered him.
3. Necesse est ut nihil faciamus.
It is necessary that we do nothing.
4. Accidit u
pg. 279 B #5-8
5. Consul efficiet ut ille senator malus ab urbe discedat.
The consul will establish that that bad senator will leave from the city.
6. Virtus peditum nostrorum tanta erat ut vinci non possent.
The virtue of our foot soldiers was so great t