Latin IV Honors G Block
15 October 2015
de can et ran
olim canis et rana erant. canis, qu in vi erat, superbissimus et independens erat. subito,
is in inimicum pedicam gressus est. rana, qu semper benignus erat, vidit rem et di
iuvenis ego Milero profectus ad spectaculum
Olympicum, cum haec etiam loca provinciae
clarae visitare cuperem, peragrata tota
Thessalia Larissam perveni.
As a young man having set out from Miletus
to the Olympic Games, since I wanted to visit
Orpheus et Eurydice de Vergil
Orpheus, soothing his sorrowful love with a hollow lyre, was singing about you,
sweet wife, you alone with him on the lonely shore
You, as the day comes, you, as the day goes
Having entered even the jaws of Taenarius, the hig
Latin IV Honors
21 March 2016
Diviciacuss Plea for Help in Caesars de bello Gallico
In Caesars de bello Gallico, Diviciacus the Aeduan leaves his home in Gaul, which has
been terrorized by the Averni, Sequani, and Germani, in o
We whom the cause of learning literature has sent among foreign peoples while the sun still
extends its rays let us search for a place to stay for ourselves
Now the sun holds the horses on the shore which at the present are
Calchas sings [says] that the sea must be tried by flight at once, and that Pergama [the citadel of
Troy] is unable to be destroyed by Greek weapons, and unless all reseek and lead back the Greek
goddess, who they carried away wit
Nouns fall into one of five declensions.
They can be singular or plural and are one of five cases.
The stem is found by taking the genitive singular and removing the genitive ending.
Cui dono lepidum novum libellum
arida modo pumice expolitum?
Corneli, tibi: namque tu solebas
meas esse aliquid putare nugas.
Iam tum, cum ausus es unus
omne aevum tribus explicare cartis .
Doctis, Iuppiter, et laboriosis!
Quare habe tibi qui
To ask a yes or no question, attach -ne to the end of the first word.
To steer the answer towards no, begin the sentence with the word num.
To steer the answer towards yes, begin the sentence with the word nonne.
Uses of the Subjunctive