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Consultation- consultatio ask counsel of; consider
Incorporate - - in- into +corpus- body = incorporare- to make into one body
Accessory- accessor- to approach
Intuitive - in- into + tueri to look
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Thrace- Aeneas (right), a Trojan warrior, and his followers built a fleet of
ships over the summer and sailed to Thrace, a region allied with troy.
There Aeneas began to set up a shelter for an altar, gathering myrtle
branches. As he was ma
The influence on this building by the ancient Romans was that the Romans came up with arches
and this buildin
2. terra incognita
3. A. D. (Anno Domini)
In the year of the Lord
4. ad fin. (ad finem)
To the end
5. ad lib. (ad libitum)
According to pleasure
6. Ag. (argentum)
7. A. M. (ante meridiem)
8. P. M. (
1.Dic "nomen mihi est" et dic nomen tuum.
Say " My name is ." and say your name.
2.Pone librum in mensam
Put the book on the table
3.Sede in sella pone mensam
Sit in a chair behind a table
4.Tene calamum manu dextra
Hold pen with his right hand
7.13 Third Passive
Type your answer below each question.
1. What ending is strange, or at least different, in the Passive Present
Tense for Third Conjugation?
The first person singular ending which is -or
2. What person and number appear to be the same in
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 your Latin fol
07.18 Book 2
Using the Latin story, answer the questions at the bottom of the page. Type your
answer under each question.
Aeneas*, post cenam, Didoni (dative) fabulam Troianorum narravit: Bellum
decem annos (accusative of duration of time) gestum
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 neque
Fill in the blanks and complete the synopses.
Principal Parts: voco, vocare, vocavi, vocatus to call
Present Infinitive Active (2nd Principal Part) _vocare_
Present Stem _voca_
Perfect Stem _voca_
Perfect Passive Participle (4th Principal
PLEASE TRANSLATE THE PASSAGE BELOW BEFORE
ATTEMPTING THE ONLINE ASSESSMENT 6.12.
Daphne and Apollo
Daphne (nom. sing.) erat nympha silvarum. Pater (father, nom. sing.)
Daphnis (gen. sing.) erat Peneus, deus rivi in Thessalia. Arbores (trees,
acc. pl), flo
In the paragraph below, you will:
list the five appositives in this story
give the noun that each appositive renames
indicate the Latin case for each pair
Remember that an appositive is set off by commas, renames the preceding noun, and,
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).
There are many Roman temples in Europe - in Britain, France and I
06.06 Pluto and Proserpina Worksheet
Please read the Latin and its corresponding English translation. Then, complete
the translation for the middle paragraph and submit through Assessments.
Pluto and Proserpina
Pluto (nom.sing.), deus inferorum (of the un
Type your translation below each Latin paragraph. Then answer the question about
Forma feminae ab Vulcano* creabatur de terra. Ab Minerva ei (to her) vestes (clothes, nom.
pl.) argenteae* donabantur. Etiam ei (to her) ab V
05.09 Work File
Write your translation beneath each sentence.
1. Puellae ab pueris spectantur.
The girls were watched by the children.
2. Statua clara ab filiabus amabatur.
A state of clarity by the daughters of the loved
3. Villae magnae ab agricolis bon
04.14 Adjective Practice
1. Familia servum bonum amat.
The family loves a good servant.
2. Puellae bonae magnos equos laudabant
The good girls praised the horses.
3. Multi servi et multae puellae sunt amici boni.
Many men slaves and many girls a
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?
A tutor who walked school boys to school and home again.
2. Why did Cato teach his son
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 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
You are going to need the following vocabulary to help you
Mensa, mensae f. table
Sella, sellae f. chair
Calamum- i. m pen
Liber, libri m. book
Charta ae f. paper
Sedeo-ere sedi sessurus to sit
Sto stare steti statum to stand
Ambulo are avi atus to walk
03.18 Work File
Sextus* et pueri ad Circum Maximum et ad Colosseum ambulaverunt. Ad
Circum Maximum quadrigas* spectaverunt. In Colosseo, servi et captivi
pugnabant, viri cum viris, viri cum animalibus (guess! abl. pl.), animalia
(nom. pl) cum anima
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.
03.08 Work File
Type your translation below each paragraph.
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 Italiam nav
02.15 Work File
Type your translation below each sentence. Please review Lesson 2.05 for the
genitive case and Lesson 2.06 for dative case.
1. Poetae pecuniam dabo
Poets make money.
2. Reginae fabulam nuntiabamus
The queen told a story.
3. Vias provinciar
Type your translation in the space under each sentence. Remember that you can
use the course dictionary by going to Lessons and clicking on appendix.
1.) Romani (the Romans, nom., pl) ad provincias navigant.
The Romans sail to the provinc
2.06 Work File
Translate the following sentences.
1. Nauta ad Galliam navigat.
The sailor sailed to France.
2. Nauta poetae fabulam narrat.
The sailor tells the story of the poet.
3. Regina agricolis villas dat.
4. Femina puellae pecuniam mandat.
A girl o
Work File 01.15
1. Start your tour of ancient Rome here
2. Your first stop is the arch at the front of the map. This is the Arch of
_Septimus _. The name of _Geta_ was
erased from this monument.
3. Scroll to the botto
Work File 01.12
Translate the following into Latin. Watch the noun endings. The subject must
agree with the verb in number.
1. I am a farmer.
2. We are poets.
3. The water is in the sea (in the sea = in mari).
Aqua est in mari.