Week 11 (Chapter 18-19)
Mock Quiz

1. What are the principle parts of the verb that means: to pick out, choose, read

legö, legere, lëgï, lëctum

2. Provide the following forms of the verb that means: to pick out, choose, read

1 p perfect indicative passive: sunt lëctï

2 p future perfect indicative passive: eritis lëctï

3 p pluperf indicative passive: erant lëctï

3. What are the principle parts of the verb that means: to prepare provide, get, obtain

parö, paräre, paräre, parätum

4. Provide the following forms of the verb that means: to prepare provide, get, obtain

1 s present indicative passive: paror

2 s future indicative passive: paräberis/paräbere

3 s imperfect indicative passive: paräbätur

1 p perfect indicative passive: sumus parätï

2 p future perfect indicative passive: eritis parätï

3 p pluperf indicative passive: erant parätï

 

Please translate the following sentences:

1. Puellae quae urbem l•berŠv‘runt propter facta bona Š patribus laudŠtae sunt.

The girls who liberated the city were praised by the fathers because of their good deeds.

2. That enemy who was chosen for his knowledge by the king, seemed to be a famous kind of mortal.

Ille hostis qui est lëctus propter suam scientiam ab rëge clarum genus mortalis est visus [esse].

3. What argument had been prepared by the author of that crime?

Quod argümentum erat parätum ab auctore sceleris.

4. Then the serious honesty of the judge had been charmed by reliable arguments.

Gravis probitäs iüdicis certïs argümentïs deinde erat delectäta.

5. By what kind of knowledge will the river disturbed.

Quö genere scientiae flumen miscëbitur.


 

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