Trigger Words for Indirect Statement
VERBS OF SAYING
Dico to say
Nego to deny
Ait he/she/it says
Nuntio to announce
Pronuntio to pronounce
Narro- to tell
Scribo- to write
Doceo to teach
Ostendo to show
Demonstro to demonstrate, show
Moneo to warn
The Ablative Absolute
Translate these following ablative absolute constructions.
1. Hostibus victis.
2. Pace facta.
3. Foro completo
4. Caesare duce
5. Caesare et Bibulo conslibus.
6. Puero amante
Translate the following sentences.
1. Cur, p
Latin 2 Midterm Checklist
Perfect -4th PP
Present Active and Passive
Perfect Active and Passive
Passive Verbs All tenses
Ablative of Agent
Ablative of Agent
Ablative of Means/ Instrument
Ablative of Manner
Ablative of Cause
Ablative of Accompaniment
Describes by whom an action was
done; often uses the passive voice.
Answers with what something
was done. Often a tangible object.
Define the following demonstrative pronouns:
1. Hic, haec, hoc _ 4. ipse, ipsa, ipsum _
2. Ille, illa, illud _ 5. idem, eadem, idem _
3. Is, ea, id
_ 6. quidam, quaedam, quoddam _
Use the following sentences in translatio
Chapter 38 Pre-reading Part 2
1. Translate: Then the _[said] The event was
_ _. But what happened in the
What does the queen ask many things about? (3 total answers)(12)
Translate: Finally all the _ were quiet and
_ began to _ ma
Chapter 38 Pre-reading Guided Questions
1. What book have the students been reading? (1-2)
Have they read the whole book, or just a selection of it? How do you know?(2)
How long have they been reading this book?(1-2)
What does the teacher
Deucalion and Pyrrha
Jupiter is enraged when Lycaon, the Arcadian king, does not think that he is a
god. Because of this insult, Jupiter at first considers scorching the earth with fire, but
then decides to flood it instead.
In addition to the water comin
Self Assessment Checklist Indirect Statement Test
Mark the column which you feel pertains best to you.
infinitive tenses - formation and
indirect statement construction
translation of indirect statement
Cicero and Ju
Nomen _ Dies_
Tonight Odysseus will finally see his wife Penelope, whom he missed
The sentence above contains a relative clause. A traditional relative
clause begins with a RELATIVE PRONOUN. In English, these pronouns are that,
Subjunctives and Ceremonies Test
Pars I Identify the tense of the following subjunctives. (10%)
Place the letter of the tense next to the corresponding subjunctives.
_d_ 1. habuisset
_d_ 6. Habitus esset
_b_ 2. intrret
_c_ 7. amverit
_d_ 3. Du
1. What were public holidays used for in ancient Rome?
2. True or False. Roman public holidays lasted a varying number of days, during
which celebrations and entertainments were presented in the circus and area.
3. By the tim
Pars 1 ~ Identify the following as Imperfect or Pluperfect Subjunctive.
2. Defrictus esset
7. amatus essemus
Pars 2 ~ For the following
Synopsis of Subjunctive Verbs
Give the missing forms of the following subjunctive verbs. Keep the same person and number.
am, amre, amvi, amtus
Tene, tenre, ten
1. Convivae inter se loquuntur.
2. In ludo semper diligenter laborare conaris.
3. Cum Eucleides regredietur, pueros dormientes videbit.
4. Cave, Tite, inquit Cornelius. In lectum collaberis.
5. Age, Sexte! inquit Palaemon. Ingredere! Cur extra ludum morar