Latin Test 1
Chapter XIX-Midas and the golden force
Midas, Great King of Phrygia, was not having great wisdom. Because Midas had been nice to the
God Bacchus, Bacchus gives him a gift Whatever you desire said the God I will give to you. King
Midas et vis Aurea
Midas great king of Phrygia, did not have great wisdom. Because Midas was kind
to the king to the god Bacchus, Bacchus gave him a gift. Whatever you desire, said the
god, I will give it to you. Therefore the king in this way
Chapter 30 Translation: Theseus Rex
When Theseus went back to Greece, either greatly moved by thinking of the his fathers joy or forgetful
by the king didnt decorate the ship with a white sail; Aegeus who saw the black sail from out of the
citadel threw h
Chapter 29: Theseus Cretae
Neptune, the god of the sea, had given a beautiful white bull to Minos in order that it would be sacrificed
to him. The bull however was so beautiful that Minos, himself, saved the bull. Neptune, who wanted to
punish the king, m
Chapter 28 Translation: Theseus Athenis
While at Trozene Theseus grew, Medea was accepted into the kingdom of Aegeus because this woman
fled by chariot pulled by winged dragons after she had set the kingdom of Corinth on fire and killed her
own sons by me
6.06 Roman Army
Directions: Answer the following questions.
1. Use the following vocabulary to identify the dress and equipment of our Roman legionnaire.
Define the vocabulary in the table.
cassis, caligae, lorica, scutum, pilum
1. cassis- helmet
The Latin Perfect Passive System
The perfect passive system of Latin is similar to English, but not exactly like English. The Latin perfect
passive system uses the perfect participle of the verb whose action we are recording along with forms of
the verb t
Since the book does not give a model for the declension of
a present participle, I have provided one below. Neuter
forms that differ from the Masculine/Feminine forms are in
5.11 Horatius Translation
Read the English at the beginning and end of the text. Then translate the middle
portion. Be sure to save your file, and then submit your work to 5.11 Horatius Dropbox.
Tarquinius Priscus, qui a Romanis expulsus erat, ad Lartem P
Practice for Passives and Deponents [Chapter XX]
laud, laudre, laudv, laudtum: to praise
mitt, mittere, ms, missum: to send
5.03 Geography Historical Discussion
Answer each of the following questions as you reach the lesson they relate to. You will submit this
assignment with Lesson 7.08.
What part did geography play in Rome's ability to build an empire? (Lesson 5.03)
1.06 Fabula Cincinnati
Directions: Translate the following sentences.
Fabula Cincinnati est fabula virorum Romanorum multorum.
The story of Cincinnati is the story of many Roman men.
Pro Roma Cincinnatus viros multos duxit. Etiam erat agricola.
Lotophagi (Lotus Eaters)
Troia ceciderat. Ulixes, fessus, cum sociis Graecis ad Ithacam navem navigabant. Sed magna
tempestas navem propulsit; post novem dies ad terram incognitam venerunt. Pauci nautae nunc
ab Ulixe emissi sunt; eos (them)
1. An ATTENTIVE student KEEPS good grades.
2. The TRACTOR DRAGS the plow.
3. This IMPOSITION of your PUTS me in a bad place.
4. The INGRATE never THANKS anyone.
5. The criminal was REPRIMANDED under the COMMAND of the judge.
6. The AUDIBLE book
3.04 Third Declension Adjectives
Copy and paste the correct form of vir, puella and flumen next to the corresponding form of celer.
Directions: Read the tale of Circe and translate the middle portion of this text. Type your translation below each
Ulixes nunc omnia praeter* suam* navem amiserat. Haec* navis ad insu
1.12 Homers World
Directions: Answer the following questions using the links in Lesson 1.12.
According to tradition, when did Homer live? What are the other theories
about when he lived and wrote?
The Greek poet Homer was born sometime between the 12th an
Possible answers to the questions asked most frequently about verbs
Note: I have put into italics and changed the color of items that you have not
Mood or verbal form?
indicative, imperative, infinitive, participle, subjunctive [chapter XXIV]
Chart of declension endings.
Include required long marks. See LVO pp. 22, 47, 90 but ignore what is listed for
neuter nominative and accusative singular, 144, and 162-163
I ask what are you doing?
Y ou will get all subjunctive forms showing up.
Primary Sequence Present and Future
Rogo quid facias
Rogabo quid facias
I will ask what you are doing
Rogo quid fecer
Introduction to the Ablative Absolute [Chapter XIX]
Participles are verbal adjectives that modify nouns or noun substitutes in
gender, number and case. Like any modifier, they give information about
what they modify. So far you have studied only one tense
Cases and Their Functions in L 2051 using LVO
NOTE: I have changed the font and used a different color for constructions that you did
not cover by the end of L 1001.
1) subject of a sentence or clause
Puella videt puerum. The girl sees the boy
How to Translate Passive Verbs
This handout will supply you with basic formulae for translating passive forms.
Perfect Passive Participle (the fourth principal part)
Translate the perfect passive participle as the past participle of the corresponding Engl
COMMON LATIN CONSTRUCTIONS
Note: all verb conjugations used as models these usual suspects (regular for their
amo, amare, amavi, amatus/a/um
moneo, monere, monui, monitus/a/um
3rd regular: duco, ducere, duxi, ductus/a/um