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Quiz yourself by thinking what should be in each of the black spaces below before clicking on it to display the answer.

levāre   to raise, lift (elevator, levitation)  
sūrsum   up  
deorsum   down  
īntimus-a-um   lowest  
summus-a-um   highest (summit)  
sīn   but if  
ūrere   to burn (urine, combustion)  
-tō/-tote   thou shalt (vb.), you’d better (vb)  
cautus-a-um   careful (cautious)  
estō   you’d better BE!  
suspicere (3i)   to look upwards  
lībertās (P&G)   freedom, liberty lībertātēs,f  
dēspicere (3i)   to look down  
vidērī   to seem, appear  
paenīnsula   peninsula  
vērum: new meaning   but  
temerārius-a-um   rash, bold, reckless (temerity)  
ōra   shore,beach  
movēre (meaning and infs.)   to move, mōvisse, mōtum  
gerund after ars   genitive ndi  
the future tense of fieri   fiaM, fiēs, fiet, fiēmus, fiētis, fient  
future imperative of esse   sing. and pl. estō, estōte  
future imperative of ANY verb   singular imperative + -to, pl. + -tote  
exitus (P&G) new meaning   end exitūs, M  
accidere (+ case) and inf.   to happen (+ dative) ACCIDisse (accident)  
propinquus-a-um   close nearby propinquity  
respicere (3i)   to look back (respect)  
aberrāre   to wander away (aberration)  
causā (+ case)   for the sake of (+ genitive)  
revocāre   to call back (revoke)  
invenīre (meaning and infs.)   to find/to discover invēnisse, inventum  
the comparative and superlative of valdē   magis, maximē  
Gerunds BEFORE causā   genitive  
case used on gerunds to indicate “thing used”   ablative, no prep allowed!  
the two ways that causā is the most unusual preposition ever met   1. it takes the GENITIVE case and 2. it comes AFTER its (genitive) object  


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