Tuesday, October 4, 2016

HW due 5 Oct 2016 AD - Independent Subjunctives b

HONORS LATIN III NOMEN:________________________

MAGISTER MILLIKEN
SUBJUNCTIVES IN DATUM:________________________
INDEPENDENT CLAUSES (B)


  1. Hortatory Subjunctive: “Let us . . . “ or “Let’s . . .” Used to express a 1st person  command or exhortation INDIRECTLY (and so more gently than the imperative).


Form: always 1st person plural, present subjunctive; uses ne for the negative


Exempla: porcos vendamus = “Let’s sell the pigs”
Piratas ne  timeamus = “let us not fear the pirates”


  1. Iussive Subjunctive: “Let . . . “ or “Should . . .” Used to express a 2nd or 3rd person  command or exhortation INDIRECTLY (and so more gently than the imperative).


Form: always 2nd or 3rd person, singular or plural, present subjunctive; uses ne for the negative


Exempla: porcos vendant = “Let them sell the pigs”
Piratas ne timeatis = “you should not fear the pirates”


-A. Synopsis.  Provide a synopsis of the verbs below in the present and imperfect tenses, subjunctive mood.


amo, amare, amavi. amatum (1st, pl)


active passive
subj.
pres. ______________________ ______________________


imp. ______________________ ______________________


teneo, tenere, tenui. tentum (3rd, pl)


active passive
subj.
pres. ______________________ ______________________


imp. ______________________ ______________________






mitto, mittere, misi, missum (3rd, sg)


active passive
subj.
pres. ______________________ ______________________


imp. ______________________ ______________________


excipio, excipere, excepi, exceptum (2nd, sg)


active passive
subj.
pres. ______________________ ______________________


imp. ______________________ ______________________



sentio, sentire, sensi, sensum  (1st,sg)


active passive


subj.
pres. ______________________ ______________________


imp. ______________________ ______________________


sum, esse, fui (1st, pl)


active


subj.
pres. ______________________


imp. ______________________




-B. Latin to English Translation.  


-1. Villae ardeant.

-2. Illum virum ne audiamus.

-3. Cibum leonibus demus.

-4. Porcos ante adventum piratarum celetis.

-5.  Filius tuus prope hanc piscinam ne currat.

-6.  In viis huius urbis sine custodibus ne ambules.


-C. English to Latin translation.


-1. Caveat emptor.

Cavebit emptor.


-2. Barbaris nomina ducum nostrorum ne dicamus.

Barbaris nomina ducum nostrorum ne dicamus.



-3. Uxorem tuam ametis, non ludos.

Uxorem tuam amatis, non ludos.


-4. Sub arboribus in silva dormiamus.

Sub arboribus in silva dormiemus.


-5. Poemata de illa femina ne scribas.


Poemata de illa femina non scribebas.





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