Friday, December 9, 2016

HW - conditions 3 due 12 Dec 2016

LATIN III/IV NOMEN:___________________

MAGISTER MILLIKEN
QUIZ: CONDITIONS DATUM:___________________

  1. Indicate whether each sentence below is a condition of fact, future more vivid, future less vivid, present contrary to fact or past contrary to fact condition.  
  2. Translate the verbs in each sentence.

Verbs: venio, venire, veni, ventum/ video, videre, vidi, visum
    1. si Romam venerunt, Caesarem viderunt.

Trans: If they _____________________ to Rome, they _________________ Caesar.




    1. si Romam venissent, Caesarem vidissent.

Trans: If they _____________________ to Rome, they _________________ Caesar.





    1. si Romam venirent, Caearem viderent.

Trans: If they _____________________ to Rome, they _________________ Caesar.




    1. si Romam venient, Caesarem videbunt.

Trans: If they _____________________ to Rome, they _________________ Caesar.





    1. si Romam veniant, Caesarem videant


Trans: If they _____________________ to Rome, they _________________ Caesar.





Thursday, December 8, 2016

HW - Conditions 2 due 9 December 2016

LATIN III/IV NOMEN:___________________

MAGISTER MILLIKEN
QUIZ: CONDITIONS DATUM:___________________

  1. Indicate whether each sentence below is a condition of fact, future more vivid, future less vivid, present contrary to fact or past contrary to fact condition.  
  2. Translate the sentence.

Verbs: occido, occidere, occisi, occisum – slaughter
  ceno, cenare, cenavi, cenatum  - dine

    1. si illum porcum occidas, bene cenes.

Trans: If you ______________________ that pig, you________________________ well.
Condition:_________________________________



    1. si illum porcum occisses, bene cenavisses.

Trans: If you ______________________ that pig, you________________________ well.
Condition:_________________________________



    1. si illum porcum occisisti, bene cenavisti.

Trans: If you ______________________ that pig, you________________________ well.
Condition:_________________________________



    1. si illum porcum occideres, bene cenares.

Trans: If you ______________________ that pig, you________________________ well.
Condition:_________________________________



    1. si illum porcum occides, bene cenabis.

Trans: If you ______________________ that pig, you________________________ well.

Condition:_________________________________



Tuesday, November 15, 2016

HW Honors class due 16 November 2016

LATIN III/IV        NOMEN:______________________

MAGISTER MILLIKEN
Usus Subiunctivi f DATUM:______________________

Select the letter of the usage in the pool below that correctly describes the italicized verb in each sentence.  Each choice is used once.

A = adverbial purpose   B = relative purpose   C = adverbial result   

D = substantive result   E = indirect command   F = ind. question

G = clause after fearing   H = hortatory  I = iussive    K  = cum circumstantial/causal   

L = cum concessive   N = characteristic



_____1. Evenit ut discipuli parati non essent.

_____2. Homines in agris timebant ne lupi  adessent.

_____3. Atalanta tam celeriter currebat ut nemo praeteriret.

_____4. Cum miles magnus et fortis sit, cum monstro bruto pugnare non vult.

_____5. Piratae navem captabant quā ex Italiā effugerent.

_____6. Custos pueros monuit ne prope piscinam currerent.

_____7. De malā fortunā nostrae familiae amicis ne dicamur.

_____8. Romam veniemus ut ruinas et statuas spectemus.

_____9. Romani gladiatoribus favebant qui fortiter pugnarent.

____10. Cum legere non possis,  librum tibi non dabo.   

____11. Cives qui in urbe habitant ianuas claudant.

____12. Barbari nesciebant quo in loco monstrum habitaret.



Monday, November 14, 2016

HW for Honors class 15 November 2016.

Cum Clauses - with exercises HERE.  Exercises dues 15 November for Honors Class.


Wednesday, November 9, 2016

Model Synopsis

AMDG

Verb:   punio, punire, punivi, punitum

Conjugation: 4th Pers.,#, gender: 1st, pl, masc

Indicative

active passive

pres    punimus   punimur
    
imp.   puniebamus   puniebamur       

fut.    puniemus   puniemur      

perf   punivimus   puniti sumus     

plu.    puniveramus puniti eramus       

fuper puniverimus puniti erimus   
    

Subjunctive

active passive


pres   puniamus   puniamur
    
imp.   puniremus   puniremur

perf   puniverimus  puniti simus     


plu.    punivissemus   puniti essemus



Infinitive

active passive

pres.    punire puniri
    
perf.    punivisse punitus, -a, -um esse       

fut.      puniturus, -a, -um esse


Imperative

active passive

sing.    puni punire
    
plur.    punite punimini       


Participle

active passive

pres.    puniens, punientis
    
perf.    punitus, -a, -um       

fut.      puniturus, -a, -um puniendus, -a, -um