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Question 1 give the requested form: masculine dative singular of ipse Question 2 Read the following Latin sentence and in the blank, put the LATIN subject of the indirect ...show more
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Question 1 masculine dative singular of ipse: ipsi
Question 2 Read the following Latin sentence and in the blank, put the LATIN subject of the indirect statement. agricola tristis sciebat filios suos in bello interfectos esse. filios
Question 3 Choose the best translation for the sentence given here in Latin. omnes nautae aulam reginae intrare conabantur. C. all the sailors were trying to enter the palace of the queen.
Question 4 Read the following sentence that contains an indirect statement and in the blank, put the LATIN verb of the indirect statement. (hint: it will be an infinitive) regina putat omnes malos viros in carcere esse. esse
Question 5 Give the requested form: ablative feminine plural of quidam: quibusdam
Question 6 Pick the form of the deponent verb that best fits the blank in the Latin sentence. An English translation is below. Hint: Sequor is a 3rd conjugation verb liberi reginae per vias urbis eam _____________________. the children of the queen will follow her through the streets of the city. A. sequentur
Question 7 For this question, you are given a Latin sentence containing a result clause. Your job is to take the verb in parentheses and put it in the imperfect subjunctive. Remember it has to agree in number (singular or plural) with the subject AFTER the ut.Here are the principal parts - fugio, fugere, fugi, fugitus. ira deae tanta fuit ut omnes cives (fugio). fugerent
Question 8 Choose the best translation of this sentence: regina tam crudelis erat ut contra provincias omnes bellum gerere constitueret. C. The queen was so cruel that she decided to wage war against all the provinces.
Question 9 For this question, you are given a Latin sentence containing a result clause. Your job is to take the verb in parentheses and put it in the imperfect subjunctive. Remember it has to agree in number (singular or plural) with the subject AFTER the ut. Here are the principal parts - metuo, metuere, metui. cupiditas dictatoris tanta erat ut omnis urbs eum (metuo). metueret
Question 10 Translate the deponent verb: moratus est A. he delayed
Question 11 Tell whether the underlined word is a relative pronoun, interrogative pronoun or interrogative adjective. carmina, quae poeta scripsit, cives omnes delectavit. A. relative pronoun
Question 12 Translate the deponent verb form: hortati eramus A. we had encouraged
Question 13 translate quidam amici. certain friends
Question 14 Translate the deponent verb form: experiebantur. C. They were experimenting
Question 15 For this question, you are given a Latin sentence containing a result clause. Your job is to take the verb in parentheses and put it in the imperfect subjunctive. Remember it has to agree in number (singular or plural) with the subject AFTER the ut. Here are the principal parts- relinquo, relinquere, relinqui, relictus. uxor agricolae fundum adeo amabat ut eum numquam (relinquo). relinqueret
Question 16 In Indirect Statement a perfect tense infinitive indicates same time as the main verb. False
Question 17 Choose the best translation of the following sentence: agricola tristis sciebat filios suos in bello interfectos esse. D. The sad farmer knew that his sons had been killed in the war.
Question 18 In the following sentence, what TENSE and VOICE is the infinitive? agricola tristis sciebat filios suos in bello interfectos esse. perfect tense, passive voice
Question 19 Tell whether the underlined word is a relative pronoun, an interrogative pronoun or an interrogative adjective. qui pueri in saeva silva remanent? C. interrogative adjective
Question 20 One way to tell if you have a result clause is that you will have a word that means "so" in the main clause. True

Source:

5 years' Latin at secondary school
http://www.wiktionary.org
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