Latin Grammar and Vocabulary Review (I-VII)

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DescriptionsLatin
Qui
List the three interjections we have learned
Gender of 'urbs'
Singular Verb Ending
Gender of 'senator'
Where is the subject in 'necesse est'?
Nominative, Feminine, Singular Ending
Nominative, Feminine, Plural Ending
Nominative, Masculine, Singular Ending
What type of verb requires an object?
Definition of 'collaborate'
Ubi?
List the six verbs that require an infinitive
Nominative, Masculine, Plural Ending
Tamen
Semper ubi sub ubi
List translation of 'prope'
List translation of 'nondum'
Quis?
Translate into Latin 'Suddenly the girls hear a noise'
Translate into Latin 'Now the angry slaves groan in the kitchen'
Gender of 'fragor'
DescriptionsLatin
List VAP nouns
eadem
Definition of 'occupation'
Saepe
Igitur
What does 'necesse est' always require?
Accusative, Feminine, Singular Ending
What is a synonym of 'iam'?
Translate into Latin 'It is necessary to go to Rome'
Plural Verb Ending
Translate into Latin 'The senators write letters'
Yes or No: Prep phrases can be objects.
Quid?
List translation of 'lanam trahere'
Translate into Latin 'He wants to work in the fields'
What is the singular, accusative, masculine pronoun?
What is a synonym of 'etiam'?
Cur?
What do you expect after an IVB?
Accusative, Masculine, Plural Ending
List translation of 'ad'
Tum
DescriptionsLatin
neque
Gender of 'vox'
Definition of 'principal'
Etiam
List translation of 'ex'
List translation of 'per'
List translation of 'non iam'
Quae
Definition of 'occupy'
Accusative, Feminine, Plural Ending
Dum
Infinitive Verb Ending
Gender of 'arbor'
neque...neque
Definition of 'urbane
What is the plural, accusative, masculine pronoun?
What is the plural, accusative, feminine pronoun?
Yes or No: The subject for 'necesse est' has a person.
Translate into Latin 'The messenger hears voices in the countryhouse'
What is the singular, accusative, feminine pronoun?
Accusative, Masculine, Singular Ending

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Created May 18, 2011ReportNominate
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