04.15 Work File
Determine the moral of the story to be told. What is the lesson George Washington
learned after chopping down the cherry tree? What is the message of the little train that
said I think I can, I think I can? The story of Niobe who was turne
03.09 Work Files
It is time to roll the camera. Using your flashcards, review the Vocabulary Props you
have had so far. Choose derivatives of 25 different Latin words, and write English
sentences which include the derivative and the
05.09 Work File
For each quote below, determine the historical context. Click on the coin link for help.
1. refers to Augustus
2. - 8. refer to Julius Caesar
9. refers to Cato the Elder
1. I found Rome a city of brick and left it a city of marble.
Work File 08.06
Complete the chart, save a copy on your computer; then submit to your instructor for
Fortis, forte brave
Work File 07.07
Part 1: Create a timeline which includes the events listed in Assignment 07.07.
You may include graphics in your timeline.
Founding of Rome by Romulus after killing Remus, Monarchy beginning.
Monarchy end, Republic beginning
Work File 08.14
Daedalus and Icarus
The story of Daedalus is a story of highest Greek thought: Meden Agan, which is the
golden mean in Latin. Daedalus had been taught by Minerva. He was a famous artist,
architect, sculptor. He can be called 'the father of
Work File 04.12
Read the following sentences and answer the questions below each sentence. Use the
charts in Lesson 04.12 to solve this exercise.
A. Adventu equitatus Romani, res Iudaeorum (gen. pl., of the Jews) mutaverunt.
1. What is the case of equitat
Complete the sentences below by translating the PERFECT PASSIVE PARTICIPLES
below. Use the translation formulae '_ed' and your DICTIONARY in the
Example: servus oppressus hopes for freedom.
ANSWER = The oppressed slave hopes for freedom
Work File 07.03
Identify the following people and events. Be sure to include the names of the emperors,
the dates, and its importance to Roman history
There were many emperors during this more than 200-year period. The notable
Work File 06.06
1. Use the following vocabulary to identify the dress and equipment of our
Roman legionnaire: caligae, cassis, pilum, scutum, lorica
2. Create a graphic that depicts the relationship between a legion, cohort, and
06.07 Work File
Great Battles of the Republic
For each of the battles below, give the participants, location, outcome, and
effect on the history of the world.
The senate in Cart
11. Iste dux protinus expulsus est, ut imperium excipiebat.
That leader was expelled immediately, when (just as) he was taking power (receiving the
12. Illae servae, autem, perfugium solaciumque ab amicis quaerebant.
Those slaves, however, were
1. There are 6 adjectives that end in lis that
form the superlative with limus-a-um added
to the base.
Facilis, -e (easy) => facillimus-a-um
Difficilis, -e (difficult) => difficillimus-a-um
Similis, -e (lik
Verbs 1st Conjugation:
exspect, exspectre, exspectv, exspecttum= to look for, expect, await
dsder, dsderre, dsderv, dsdertum= to desire, long for, miss
nvig, nvigre, nvigv, nvigtum= to sail, navigate
recit, recitre, recitv, recittum=
3 Degrees of Adjectives:
1. POSITIVE degree: the happy man
2. COMPARATIVE degree: the happier man
3. SUPERLATIVE degree: the happiest man
dear dearer dearest
sociable more sociable m
Verbal Noun: To run is fun.
Most transitive verbs have SIX Infinitives:
Present, Future, and Perfect Active and Passive.
Intransitive verbs lack passive infinitives.
CAPUT 15: Numerals; Genitive of the Whole;
Ablative with Numerals and Ablative of Time.
one, two three: counting/CARDINAL numbers
first, second, third: arranging/ORDINAL numbers
I = 1, V = 5, X = 10, L = 50,
C = 100, D = 500, M =
CAPUT XVIII:First and Second
Conjugations: Present System PASSIVE;
Ablative Absolute .
Active voice: the subject performs the
action of the verb
Passive voice: the subject receives the
action of the verb
CAPUT XVII:The Relative Pronoun.
Qu, quae, quod = who, which, that
Introduces a subordinate clause (RELATIVE
Refers back to a noun or pronoun in the
preceding clause (=antecedent)
The relative clause
Perfect Passive System:
Perfect active = I have warned, I warned
passive = I have been warned
Future Perfect active = I will have warned
Perfect passive = I will ha
THIRD and FOURTH
Passive Endings (review)
ATTENTION - 3rd Conjugation:
2nd Person Singular Present tense
Ablative of Place Where
and Summary of
Characteristic vowel: -Genitive/Dative: - or -e
Gen./Dat. ending e is long when
it comes after a vowel, and short
when after a consonant.
Ablatives of Place from
Which and Separation.
nouns (few feminines)
Gen. sing. -s
How to decline: Add NEW endings to
Participles = Verbal adjectives
(adjectives formed from verbal stems)
Regular transitive verbs in Latin have four
participles: two in the active voice (Present,
Future) and two in the passive voice (Future,
Dative of Agent.
A participial phrase usually consisting of a
noun/pronoun and a modifying participle in the
This phrase is loosely connected to the main clause
(i.e. the pa
LAT 1121 Probti I: XV-XIX - ante diem XVI Kalends Martis - Voc m:_
I. VOCABULARY: Give full dictionary entries. (34p.)
1st Principle Part
2nd Principle Part
3rd Principle Part
4th Principle Part
to read aloud, recite
CAPUT XVI:Third Declension Adjectives.
2 Major Categories of Adjectives in Latin:
- First/Second Declension adjs.
(magnus, -a, -um)
- Third Declension i-stem adjs.
(just like 3rd Decl. i-stem nouns)
The gen. pl. ends in ium
The nom/acc/voc neuter pl. ends
08.16 Making Your Movie
For this assignment:
Use this time to create your PowerPoint or to film your video.
Submit your Movie of Epic Proportion in PowerPoint.
Submit your video containing a Movie of Epic Proportion to your teacher. Snail mail your