Latin 101

Week 2 - Mock Quiz

Please provide the principal parts of the following verbs:

To have, to hold, possess, consider, regard

habeö, habëre, habuï, habitum

To satisfy, sate

satiö, satiäre, satiävï, satiätum

Please fill in the chart below.
 
Noun (English) Gender Number Case Latin
E.G.: girl F Sing Accusative puellam
Great fame F Sing Abl fämä magnä
of the ancient forms F Pl Gen antïquärum förmärum
My sailors M plural dative meïs nautïs
Your roses F Pl acc tuäs rosäs
Much anger F sing accusative multam ïram
Fatherland M sing Voc/Nom Patria
Few gates F plural vocative O Paucae Portae
Greedy friend M sing vocative O aväre amïce
of the few men M Pl gen Paucörum virörum
Your number M sing ablative tuö numerö
My boy M plural dative meïs puerïs

Please translate the following sentences:

1. Patria puerïs multös agrös habet.

The fatherland has many fields for [its/his] boys.

2. Sine tuä patriä fortüna nihil est.

Without your fatherland, fortune is nothing.

3. Amïcus fïliörum tuörum meäs fïliäs nön satiat.

The friend of your sons does not satisfy my daughters.

4. Philosophiam, sapientiam magnärum fëminärum, habëre dëbëtis.

You should have philosophy, which is the wisdom of great women.

5. O great friend, you should satisfy the Roman people.

Ö magne amïce, populum römänum satiäre dëbës.



 
 

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