Chapter 6/7
Mock Quiz

Please fill in the chart below. 
 
 
 

Verb 

Person

Number

Tense

Form

(E.G.: to love 2 sing present amäs)
To be 3 plur imperfect erant
To be able 2 plur present potestis
To be able 2 plur future poteritis
To tolerate 1 sing imperfect toleräbam
To kill 3 sing future necäbit
To dare 1 sing future audëbö

Please provide the forms requested below
 
English Gender Number Case Latin
(E.G.: girl F. Sing. Nom. puella)
full love M. Plur. Gen. plënörum amörum
pleasing song N. Sing. Dat. secundö carminï
your (pl) state F. Plur. Acc. vesträs cïvitätës
safe labor M. Sing. Abl. salvö laböre
perpetual name N. Plur. Nom. perpetua nömina
new book M. Sing. Gen. novï librï
Greek human beings M. Plur. Dat. graecïs hominibus
your (pl) habit M. Sing. Acc. vestrum mörem
Greek gods

M./

F.

Plur. Abl.

graecïs deïs [dïs]

graecïs deäbus

Please translate the following sentences:

1. Without good men (human beings) your state will not be strong (flourish).

Tua (vestra) cïvitäs sine bonïs hominibus nön valëbit.

2. The men of our state used to dare to conquer the vices of tyrants.

Hominës [Virï] nostrae cïvitätis vitia tyrannörum superäre audëbant.

3. Your (plural) teacher will always be able to tolerate pleasing students.

Vester magister [Vestra magistra] secundös discipulös semper toleräre poterit.

4. The tyrants of your state will not be able to conquer the wisdom of Greek books.

Tyrannï tuae [vestrae] cïvitätis sapientiam graecörum librörum nön superäre poterunt.

5. The tyrants of your time will not dare to kill pleasing maidens of sound character.

Tyrannï tuï [vestrï] temporis secundäs virginës sanörum mörum nön necäre audëbunt.


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