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REL HUM 293 Beginning Latin Week 14 NAME

    REL / HUM 293 Beginning Latin Week 14 NAME __________________________

MONDAY

    A. Cambridge Course, pages 164-165 - Translate the passage titled "Petrō" :

B. Wheelock, pages 194-196 and pages 453 and 454: NOTE - the forms given on page 194 give a

    mixture of Active and Passive, without telling you which is which.

    Use the tables on pages 453 and 454. Note : there is no passive of sum, possum, volō, nōlō, mālō. Complete the tables below :

    Imperfect Active Subjunctive

     1 amō -āre 2 moneō -ēre 3 agō -ere 4 audiō -īre 3 (-iō) capiō -ere Sing 1

     2

     3 Plur 1

     2

     3

    Imperfect Passive Subjunctive

     1 amō -āre 2 moneō -ēre 3 agō -ere 4 audiō -īre 3 (-iō) capiō -ere Sing 1

     2

     3 Plur 1

     2

     3

    Present Active Subjunctive

     sum, esse possum, posse volō, velle nōlō, nōlle mālō, mālle eō, īre Sing 1

     2

     3 Plur 1

     2

     3

    Imperfect Active Subjunctive

     sum, esse possum, posse volō, velle nōlō, nōlle mālō, mālle eō, īre Sing 1

     2

     3 Plur 1

     2

     3

C.1. Add the vocabulary on page 197 to your stack of flashcards

    C.2. Go through your Vocabulary Flashcards during the day, check here when done ___________

TUESDAY

    A. Cambridge Course, pages 167-169 - Translate the passage titled "fortūna crūdēlis" :

B. Wheelock, pages 196-197

    The best way of distinguishing between a "result clause" and a "purpose clause" is by the sense and context. There are also some other good indications of a result clause : i. With a "result clause", what adverbs or adjectives may be found in the main clause :

    ii. How may we distinguish a "negative result clause" from a "negative purpose clause" :

Translate :

    iii. et ecce motus est in marī, ita ut nāvicūla operīrētur fluctibus.

     (mōtus -ūs m. = movement, in this context "storm"; nāvicula -ae f. = little boat

     operiō -īre --tum = to cover, overwhelm)

iv. congregatae sunt ad eum turbae multae, ita ut in nāviculam ascendens sederet.

    v. et veniens in patriam suam, docebat eos in synagogis eorum, ita ut mirarentur, et dicerent: Unde huic sapientiae haec, et virtutes?

vi. Iesus autem, convocatis discipulis suis, dicit: Misereor turbae, quia triduo iam perseverant mecum, et

    nōn habent quod manducent: et dimittere eos ieiunos nōlō, ne deficiant in viā.

     (misereō, -ēre, -uī & misereor, -ērī, itus (a deponent form which we will meet in chapter 34) = to have mercy on, feel compassion for; tritriduum -ī n. = three days; persevērō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum = to

    persist, stay with; mandō, -āre, -āvī, -ātum = to chew, eat; iēiūnos -a -um = fasting, hungry;)

vii. Et dicunt ei discipuli: Unde ergo nōbis in desertō pannes tantos, ut saturemus turbam tantam?

    C. Go through your Vocabulary Flashcards during the day, check here when done ___________

WEDNESDAY

    A.1. Cambridge Course, pages 166-167 - About the Language I

    Write out and translate sentence sets B & D

     B1.

     B2.

     B3.

     B4.

     B5.

     D1.

     D2.

     D3.

     D4.

     D5.

A.2. - Cambridge Course, page 170 - About the Language II :

Write out and translate sentence set C

     C1.

     C2.

     C3.

     C4.

     C5.

     C6.

     C7.

     C8.

A.3. - Cambridge Course, page 174 - Practicing the Language :

     i. Write out and translate the correct choices for sentence set A

     A1.

     A2.

     A3.

     A4.

     A5.

     A6.

     A7.

     A8.

     ii. Write out and translate sentence set B, using the correct forms of "is, ea, id"

     B1.

     B2.

     B3.

     B4.

     B5.

     B6.

     B7.

     B8.

B. Wheelock, page 198 - Sententiae Antīquae 1-7 :

    Write out each clause separately, identify the verb as Indicative or Subjunctive, Active or Passive;

    identify the clause (main, result, purpose, hortatory (jussive). etc.). Then translate them.

    eg.

    1. Omnia vincit Amor;

    "vincit" - Indicative Active main clause "Love conquers all things"

     et nōs cēdāmus Amōrī.

     "cēdāmus" - Subjunctive Active jussive clause "Let us yield to Love."

    2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

    C. Go through your Vocabulary Flashcards during the day, check here when done ___________

THURSDAY

    A. Cambridge Course, pages 171-172 - Translate the passage titled "astrologus victor"

B. Wheelock, page 199 - Sententiae Antīquae 8-14 :

    Write out each clause separately, identify the verb as Indicative or Subjunctive, Active or Passive; identify the clause (main, result, purpose, hortatory (jussive). etc.). Then translate them. 8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

    C. Go through your Vocabulary Flashcards during the day, check here when done ___________

FRIDAY

    A.1. Cambridge Course, page 172-173 - Translate the passage titled "testāmentum"

A.2. Cambridge Course, page 175 - Translate the passage titled "Narcissus"

    A.3. Cambridge Course, pages 176-188 - Read the passage titled "Medicine and Science"

    check here when done _________

B.1. Wheelock, page 199 - Write out and translate the passage by Catullus

    B.2. Wheelock, page 200 - Translate the passage by Cicero (no need to write out the Latin)

B.3. Wheelock, page 200 - Write out and translate the passage by Martial

B.4. Wheelock, pages 200-201 - Read the sections "Etymology" and "Latina est gaudium"

    check here when done ______

    C. Go through stacks 1 & 2 your Vocabulary Flashcards during the day, check here when done _____

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