Chapter 18 exercises III and IV
Chapter 16 exercises IIA, IIB, and III
1. Exercise IIA
Chapter 16 Translation
1. Behold, Thisbe comes out of the cave.
2. She seeks her lover with her eyes because she desires to tell him about the dangers.
3. Locum et forman arboris videt, sed color pomi eam incertam facit.
a. She sees the place and the shap
Chapter 17 Translation
1. Fortisan audvist d virgine quae viros in certmane curss superbat.
a. Maybe you have heard of the maiden who was better than men in running challenges.
2. Illa fbula non est rmour, superbat enim Atalanta.
a. This story is not a ru
Chapter 18 Translation
1. Iam populous paterque cursum promissum poscunt.
a. The people (they) request the father's promised race.
2. Iam Hippomenes venerem hoc modo invocate:
a. Now Hippomenes invokes Venus in this manner:
3. "O dea Venus, iuva ignes amo
Pyramus Et Thisbe Chapter 15 Translation
1. Pyramus a very handsome youth and Thisbe a very beautiful young woman had
2. They were lovers and love increased with time.
3. The parents had tried to prevent the love of the youths.
1. Daphne was Phoebus' first love.
2. Cupid's anger gave Phoebus this love.
3. The proud Phoebus had seen Cupid with arrows and had said: "Hey, little child, what
good are weapons and arrows for you?
4. Arrows are for me.
5. I can wound enemies.
6. You ou
Chapter 17 exercises IIB, IIC, IID, III, and IV.
1. We used to be praised
2. It is warm
3. They will be taken
4. It used to be conquered
5. You will be loved
6. They are to let go
7. You will be heard
8. You are heard
9. I am called
10. I wil