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Latin 1 midterm

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Tabellarium leberi spectabant The Children watch the courior
Cornelius, ubi epistulas scribebat, uxorem et liberos videre nolebat. Cornelius, when writting letters was not wishing to see the wife and children.
Gaudebat Cornelius quod omnes incolumes erant Cornelius was Glad Becase all are safe
Cives tebellarios ex urbe spepe mittunt. The citizens oftern send the courior our of the city
Syrus tabellarium vitare poterat quod equos tenebat Syrus is able to avoid the courior because he was holding the hourses
Dormiebasne, Syre? Minime vero, Domine! Ego placide per via ibam. Were you sleeping syrus? Not in the least master! I gentley go along the road
Quid vos facivatis , pueri? Nos Omnes readas spectabamus, pater. What were you doind, boys? Wer were watching all the carriages , father.
Appropinquabatne cisium placide? Minime! Celerrime per viam ibat Was teh carriage approaching peacefully? No the Messerger was quickly on the road
Cur me Semper vexas. Marce? Dormire volo. Why do you always annoy me, Marcus? I wish to sleep!
intera meanwhile
gerit wears
iubet (he/she) orders
alius, another, other
cista trunk, chest
ponere, to put, place
in itinere on a journey
liberi, children
gerere solent (They) are accustomed to wear(ing), usually war
ipse, himself
stat (he/she) stands
via road
baculum stick
habet (he/she) holds
scelestus wiked
cras tomorrow
incitat, (he/she) spurs on, urges on
raeda carriage
servus quidam a cerain slave
iacit (he/she) throws
paratus ready
raedarius coachman
eqqus horse
eo ipso tempore at that very moment
Via Appia The Appian Way
vilivus overseer, farm manager
dominus master
to be away, absent absum, abesse, irreg
area open space, threshing - floor
plenus full
quamquam although
to mutter mussso, mussare
to beat, beat verbo, verbare
id quod that which, what
ira anger
illa nocte that night
to flee run away, escape effugio, effugere
to hinder inpendio, impendire
to hide (himself) se celare
porta gate
to find invenio, invenire
bonus good
to call together convoco, convocare
to ask rogo, rogare
vineyard vinea, -ae,f.
ditch fossa, -ae, f.
dog canis, canis, m.
to bring, carry fero, ferre, irreg
to catch scent of, smell olfacio, olfacere
with cum, prep + abl
to abrk latro, latrare
vestiga tracks, footprints, traces
immobilis motionless
tunica by the tunic
to drag traho, trahere
in fronte litteras inurere to brand the letters on hs forehead
iter journey
iter faciebant (they) were traveling
tribus diebus in three days
volebat (he/she) wanted
identidem, again and again
iubebat (he/she) ordered, kept ordering
stick virga, -ae, f.
ververabat (he/she) kept beating, whipping
ibant, (they) were going
peasant rusticus , -i, m
seventh septimus
erat (it) was
quiescebant (they) were resting
foot pes, pedis m.
vehicles vehicula
charioteer auriga, -ae, m
mangno risu with a lound crash
fatuus stupid
courier tabellarius, -i, m
citizen civis, vcivis, gen. pl, civium, m/f,
disinguished praeclarus
from ab or a, prep. + abl,
part pars, partis, gen. pl, partium f.
Quam!!! How!!
ferociter fiercely
Cave!! watch out for....!
to avoid vito, vitare
to fall down concido, concidere
cuncti all
incolumis unhurt, safe and sound
to be glad gaudeo, gaudere
that quod
to be idle, do nothing cesso, cessare
to drag out extraho, extrahere
in vain frustra, adv
to stick haereo, haerere
to move moveo, movere
fault, blame culpa, -ae, f.
because of your fault, it's your fault tua culpa
cisium light two wheeled carriage
to interrupt interpello, interpellare
gently, peacefully placied, adv
which, quod
celerrime, adv very fast
our noster
deverebat, he began to turn aside
periculum danger
skill ars, artis, gen. pl, artium. f
to do, drive ago, agere
were you watching? Tune..... spectavas
commotus moved
What are the cases? N, G, D, A, A V, Nominative, Genitive, Dative, Accusatice, Ablative, Vocative
What aare the 1st declension endings in order. a, ae, am a, a, plural, ae, arum , is, as is, ae
Name the 2nd declension in order us, i ,o,um, o, e, plural- i, orum, is, os, is, i
Name the 3rd declension in order. pater, is,i,em, e, pater, plural- es, um,ibus, es, ibus,es
What are the regular verb endings? o,s,t,mus, tis, nt
How do you know if a verb is irregular? look up it's infinitive form and if it isn't are, ere, ire, than it it irregular.
Name the persons. 1,I, 2, you, 3, He/she/it, Plural, 1, We, 2, you guys, 3, they
What are the present tense words? sum, es, est, summus, estis, sunt I you he/she we yall they
What are the imperfect tenses? bam, bas, bat, bamus, batism bant
What do you insert whe you see a word in the imperfect tense? insert was or were
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ask about irregular verbs on chart ask now!!!
A group of nouns with similar endings Declension
tells the function of the noun case
tells the noune is a subject nominitive case
tells that the noun functions as a prepositional phrase ablative case
tells the noun is in direct address vocative
tells that a noun is an adjective Genative - check / buras to be sure
tells an noun is functioning as a direct object Accusative
tells somthing is an indiret object dative check w/ Buras
Liberi in raeda senator_____ sunt (The schidren sit in the senator's carriage. (is 1st)
Marcus est frater corneli____________. Marcus is the Brother of Cornelia (ae, 1st)
Nuntius filium corneli_______ salutat. The messengar greets Cornelius' son. (i 2nd)
Serci iram vilic_________ timent The slaves fear the overseer's anger. (i, 2nd)
Effugit Geta et in ramis arbor_____ se celat Geta flees and hides in a tree branch. (is, third)
Magna vox Dac___ eum terret Davus' loud voice scares him. (is, second)
Davus, vilicus Corneli______, Getam videre non potest Davus, the overseer of the cornelius' farm cares for the master's house. (i, second)
Si Cornelius abest, Davus villam domin_____ curat. A greaat number of the slaves are in the open area. ( orum, 2nd)
What is a conjugation? a group of verbs with similar endings.
What are the infinitive endings for regular verbs? are, ere, ere, ire
1st conjugation ending? are
2nd conjugation ending? ere with the line
3rd conjugation ending? ere without the line
4th conjugation ending? ire
Prep- marcus in villam currit. Nuntius in willa est. Marcus runs (in the house). Teh messenger is (in the house)
prep- Davus in horto laborat. Marcus in hortum festinat Davus works (in the garden). Marcus hurries (in the house)
prep - Nuntius in Italiam redire vult. Cornelius in Italia habitat. The messenger wishes to return (to Italy). Cornelius lives (in Italy)
prep - Puer in arbore sedet. Puella in vilillam intrat.. the boy sits (in the tree). The girl enters (in the house)
Prep - In agris pueri ambulare parant. Puellae in agros lente ambulant The boys prepare to walk in the fields. The girls walk slowly ( in the fields)
Prep - In italia sunt multi servi. Alii in agris laborant, alii in urbibus. ( in Italy) are many slaves. Somework (in the fields), some (in the city)
prep - Servi sub aboribus sedere volunt. The slaves wish to sit ( under the tree)
prep- Servus ex arore cadit; ad villam currit; in villa dormit The slave falls (out of the tree); and runs ( to the country house); and sleeps (in the house)
prep- Alii nuntii ex urve celeriter veniunt; alii ad urvem redeunt. Some messengers quickly leave the city; some travle (to the city)
Prep- Puellae sub ramis sedent. Lupus ad puellas currit The girls sit ( under the branches) The wolf runs (to the girls)
prep - Puer ex arbore decendere non potest the boys are not able to come ( out of the tree0
Cornelia per ianuam in villam furtim intrat Cornelia enters (at the door) and stealthily enters the house.
when looking up a verb in the golssary, what will you find and in what order 1st person singluar perfect tense, infinitive, translation of infinitive
When looking up nouns in the glossary, what will you find and in what order. nominatice, genative, gender, def
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