Chapter 14
Mock Quiz

Provide the requested forms:

e.g. nom. sing and gender of the word that means "poet": poëta, poëtae, f.

1. gen sing and gender of the word that means "living creature, animal" animälis, N.

2. nom. plur and gender of the word that means "ear" aurës, F.

3. dat. sing and gender of the word that means "right, justice, law" iurï, N.

4. acc. plur and gender of the word that means "city" urbës, F.

5. abl. sing and gender of the word that means "death" morte, F.

Identify and translated the requested forms in Latin:

1. cucurrimus: 1 P perfect indicative active: we ran

2. träns: across; prep + acc

3. cïvium: m/f gen plural - citizen

4. maria: n. nom. plural (or acc. plural or voc. plural): sea

5. : f. abl. sing: force, power, violence

 

Identify the following forms (i.e. parse and translate):

e.g.: amö: 1, s, pres., indic. active: I love

1. mütäverat: 3, s, pluperfect, indic. active: he/she/it had changed

2. tenuistï : 2, s, perfect, indic. active: you held, possessed

 

Translate the following sentences:

1. Olim turbae animälium per Römam cucurrërunt. Cïvës igitur urbem vïtävërunt.

Once, throngs of animals ran through Rome. The citizens, therefore, avoided the city.

2. The seas possess no laws, only water and the violence of death.

Maria nulla iura solum aquäs et vim mortis tenent.

 


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