Susan Walker 11/25/12
Please answer the following questions using Lesson page 1.06, save to
your computer, and submit to your teacher through Assessments.
1. Many Latin words closely resemble English words that you already
know. Can you guess what t
Before we work with new verb conjugations, let's practice the present, imperfect, future, perfect,
pluperfect, and future perfect.
A conjugation is a way of dividing verbs into
Susan Walker 11/25/12
Work File 01.07
Please answer the questions below.
Agricola puellam amat.
The farmer loves the girl.
1. What Latin ending in the sentence above represents the SUBJECT?
Puella agricolam amat.
The girl loves the farmer.
Complete the translation by filling in the blanks with the correct meaning for the
Cicero and Caesar
Fill in the blanks with the meaning of the idiom
Cicero est orator Romanus. Multum agit, sed numquam in agris equos agit
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 in the space under each sentence. Remember that
you can use the course dictionary by going to Lessons and clicking on
1.) Romani (the Romans, nom., pl) ad provincias navigant.
The Romans sailed
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
2.06 Work File
Translate the following sentences.
1. Nauta ad Galliam navigat.
The Sailor sails to Gaul.
2. Nauta poetae fabulam narrat.
The Sailor tells a story to the poet.
3. Regina agricolis villas dat.
The Queen gives the farmhouses to t
The Roman Forum
GENERAL TRANSLATION TIPS
Not sure what the Latin word means? Dont guess! Check the Online Latin Dictionary.
Dictionary skills are very important! If youre struggling to find words, check out the
Type your translation below each paragraph.
[Sunt multa templa Romana][in Europa][in Britannia, Gallia atque Italia. ]
Remember sometimes est = there is/ sunt= there are
[Sed, in Roma] [est templum pulchrum, ]Pantheon*.
est = there is
Lets take it a little bit at a time.
Remember that once you have translated this story, you will need to
complete the online assessment for Lesson 5.12.
Sextus* et pueri ad Circum
Maximum et ad Colosseum
Puellae ab pueris spectantur. (The girls are viewed by children)
Statua clara ab filiabus amabatur. (The statue was seen from the loved daughters)
Villae magnae ab agricolis bonis aedificabuntur. ( Good farmers built a great town)
The Romans and Greeks often used myths to explain nature. Find the answers to the following
questions using the accompanying links.
1. How does mythology explain spiders?
Athena challenged Arachne to a weaving contest, when Athena saw how good Arachne was
Latin 1 Lesson 1.15 Forum
Web Source Document
1. Who was Horace's paedogogus (tutor who walked school boys to school and home
again)? He was his father
2. Why did Cato teach his son instead of having a slave as a teacher?
He thought it wasnt right for him to be criticized. Or to have
amica, -ae, f.
cibus, -i, m.
cura, curae, f.
nuntius, nunti, m.
announcement, announcer, annunciation
Romanus, -a, um
Which case is used for the direct object? _Accusative_
For the subject? _Nominative_ For the possessive? _Genitive_ For the indirect
object? _Dative_ Object of the preposition or by means of? _Ablative_
The gender of most of the nouns in first declension
1. Latin divides all nouns into five groups called
Declesions_. (01.07 Tool Box Terms)
2. When you learn a Latin noun, you learn four things: nominative singular,
genitive singular, _gender_, and meaning. (03.07 Second Declension
3. Define the fol
Sum servus quod* Romani meam (my) patriam occupabant. In proeliis cum Romanis non
pugnabam. Mea patria erat Graecia*, et nunc mea familia in Graecia habitat. Mox mea familia ad
I am a slave because of Rome, my country. In battles
Type your translation below each sentence.
1. Multa Romana templa sunt in Europa-in Britannia, Gallia atque Italia.
Pantheon* est templum pulchrum Romae (in Rome= locative case).
Many Roman temples are in Europe- in Britain, Gallia and Italy. T
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.
08.11 Verb Review
It has been worn
They will have been
7.15 Book 1
Read the English introduction first and fill in the blanks for paragraphs 2
and 3. You may use more than one word to fill in a blank. Be sure to type
your answers in all CAPITAL LETTERS. When you have finished, save your
file in y
Click on the wax tablet next to the question in the lesson to find the answer. Write
your answers beneath the questions.
1. Who was Horace's paedogogus (tutor who walked school boys to school and
Horaces paedogogus was his dad
05.09 Work File
Write your translation beneath each sentence.
1. Puellae ab pueris spectantur.
The girls are watched by the boys.
2. Statua clara ab filiabus amabatur.
The famous statue was loved by the daughters.
3. Villae magnae ab agricoli