Please find your qui, quae, quod charts (singular

Please find your qui, quae, quod charts (singular

Please find your qui, quae, quod charts (singular and plural) Genitivus singularis et pluralis

Iulius pater Marc_____ est. Marcus est filius Iuli______ et Aemili________. Medus servus Iuli_____ est: Iulius est dominus serv____. Iulius dominus mult__________ serv____________. Numerus serv_____________ est centum. Aemilia est domina mult_____________ ancill______________. Numerus serv______________ et ancill_________________ magnus est.

Numerus liber______________ est tres.

Fill in the blank (Maybe genitive, maybe not) Medus serv____ Graec_______ est. Delia est ancill_______ Graec_________. Spart est oppid_______ Graec________. Delia et Syra sunt ancill________Graec_______. Aemilia est domina Syr_________ et

Deli__________. Aemilia est domina multarum ancill________________. Note cards for the gods/goddesses who were the children of Jupiter.

Note cards for first and second declension (dont forget neuter 2nd!) Write the entire declension on one card READ UNTIL YOU FIND THE ANSWERS TO THE FIRST FIVE QUES. 1. 2.

3. 4. 5. Quo Medus it? Unde Medus venit? Ubi Lydia habitat? Quis Medum amat? Num Medus cum Lydia ambulat?

UNDE venit Iulius? Iulius ab oppido Tusculo venit. Tusculum Iulius ab oppido Tusculo ad villam suam it. Quo it Iulius? Iulius it ad villam suam.

Tusculum Iulius ab oppido Tusculo ad villam suam it.

Iulius Medum vocat: Med___ , ven___! Iulius Medum vocat: Mede, veni! Iulius servum improbum vocat: Serv__ improb___, ven___! Iulius servum improbum vocat: Serve

improbe, veni! Iulius: Tac___ et aud___, serv___! Iulius: Tace et audi, serve! Imperativus: See Ex. 7, Cap. 5 for complete chart Imperativus singularis: -a Indicativus sing: -at Ex: vocat

pl: -ate pl: -ant What are they called? (see. Cap. 5 ex .7 and 11) Indicativus Imp: veni Ind.: venit Imp (pluralis) : venite Ind. (pluralis): veniunt

Vocat (remember this is singularis) a) voca b) voce c) vocate d) voci 2) Rident a) ride b) ridate c) ridete

d) ridite 1) 1. Ponit a) Pone b) Poni c) Ponu d) Pona 2. Ponunt a) Pone

b) Ponite c) Ponete d) ponate 1. a) b) c) d)

Audit Audi Aude Audite Audete 2. Veniunt a) Venite b) Vene c) Veni

d) venete Servus saccum portat Saccus a servo portatur.

Servi dominum vehunt Dominus a servis vehitur. 6. Cur sunt servi qui ambulant in via fessi? 7. Qui dominum vehunt?

Quid Syrus et Leander portant (in the beginning)? Cuius servi sunt Syrus, Leander, Davus, Ursusque (in the beginning)? 8. 9. 10. 11.

Quid Syrus Leanderque portant (in the end)? Qui dominum portant (in the end)? Answer the next 6 questions about colloquium sextum. Take out your note cards (HW last night). 1) Rosa Which declension is this? Decline.

2) Dominuswhich declension? Decline. 3) Baculumwhich declension? Decline. Servus a domino vocatur.

Medus murum videt Murus a Medo videtur. Aemilia Iuliam vocat. Iulia ab Aemilia vocatur.

Iulius numeros numerat= Numeri a Iulio numerantur. Aemilia ancillas vocat. Ancillae ab Aemilia vocantur. Equus Cornelium vehit. Cornelius equo vehitur.

1) What are the genitivus singularis endings for M, F, and N? (1st and 2nd declension) a) i, -o, -ae b) o, -ae, -is c) i, -ae, -i d) o, -a, -I

2) What are the plural ablativus endings? (1st and 2nd declension) a) is, -is, -os b) os, -os, -os c) is, -is, -is d) a, -a, -a

Find the your notes about pronouns: The is,ea,id etc notes The ille, illa, illud chart We will use these in a little while What are the accusativus pluralis endings for M, F, and N? (1st and 2nd declension) a) os, a, a

b) as, os, am c) os, a, os d) os, as, a 1) Iuli___ mult_____ serv_____ habet. a) us, os, um b) us, i, I c) us, os, os

d) us, as, os 2) Aemili_____ Marc____ verberat. a) am, a b) a, um c) a, am d) os, a

Team 1: Team 2: Team 3: Matt. Team 4: Team 5: J.T. Prevost, Adam, Zan, Renee Celia, Chris B., Nick, and Jeremy

Zach H., Allyson, Sean, Eric, and Tony, Ryan, Peter, and Chris P. Owen, Amanda, Zach M., and Tiberius Gracchus Cursus Honorum

12 Labors of Hercules 1. a) b) c) d) Iulius nummos suos non habet. Medus nummos ____________ (his) habet.

Eius Eum Eorum iis Aemilia cum Iulio habitat. Iulius ________ (her) amat. a) Eum b) Eius c) Eam

d) eas Ancillae Aemiliae sunt Syra Deliaque. Aemilia ______________ (them) vocat. a) Eos b) Eam c) Eiae d) eas Quintus et Marcus sunt filii Iulii. Iulius

_______________ (to them) mala dat. a) Eis b) Ei c) Eae d) eo Syra et Delia non sunt dominae: ________________ (they) sunt ancillae. a) Eae b) Eo

c) Eos d) eas Syrus et Davus sunt servi: Iulius est dominus ___________________ (their). a) Eorum b) Eis c) Eius d) ei

Iulius est vir Romanus. __________ (he) in Italia habitat. a) Ea b) Is c) Eum d) ei Sextus est puer probus. Iulius malum _________________ (to him) dat. a) Ei

b) Eum c) Is d) eis Hortus Iulii est pulcher. In __________ (it) sunt multa lilia rosaeque. a) Eo b) Ea c) Is d) eum

Una rosa pulchra in horto est. Iulia ______________ (it) carpit. a) Id b) Eum c) Eam d) ea Iulius oves ad arbor____ ducit. a) Arborem

b) Arbore c) Arboris d) arbori Iulius pan____ est. a) Panem b) Panis c) Pani d) panum

Umbra sub arbor___ est. a) Arborem b) Arboris c) Arbor d) arbore Iulius est dominus ov_________ (plural). a) Oves b) Ovibus c) Ovium

d) ove Iulius est dominus can___. (sing.) a) Canis b) Cani c) Canem d) cane ____________ ____________ (that man) est improbus!

a) Illum virum b) Ille vir c) Illius vir d) Illo viro Iulius cum __________ ___________ (those servants) habitat. a) Illos servos b) Illius servi c) Illis servis

d) Illi servi Iulius rosam ill____ femin____ dat. a) Illae feminae b) Illi feminae c) Illo feminae d) Illam feminam Iulius est dominus ____________ ________________ (of those servants).

a) Illorum servorum b) Illis servis c) Illius servi d) Ilii servi

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