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A. Nouns

1. What case shows the indirect object?

2. Does Ablative of Means go with a preposition in Latin?

3. Does the Dative case go with a preposition in Latin?

4. Which cases have an “a” ending?

5. To which declension do nouns ending in –er and –r belong?

6. What English prepositions do we use to translate the Dative case?

7. What English words do we use to translate the Ablative of Means?

8. What English prepositions do we use to translate the Ablative of Place Where?

9. What are the five new neuter nouns that we have learned?

10. What are the verbs that go with the Dative case in Latin and in English?

11. Decline the word “frumentum, i”

N.        _______________      _________________

G.        _______________      _________________

D.        _______________      _________________

Ac.       _______________      _________________

Ab.      _______________      _________________

12. Decline the word “ager, agri”

N.        _______________      _________________

G.        _______________      _________________

D.        _______________      _________________

Ac.       _______________      _________________

Ab.      _______________      _________________

13. pueris nuntias-

14. manent gladiis-

15. carro portatis-

16. in silvis-

17. ad virum-

18. aqua vitae-

19. monstrant servis-

20. bono cibo augemus-

B. Adjectives

1. What does a substantive substitute in for?

2. What would a feminine substantive translate as?

3. Bonos amamus-

4. Malas non amamus-

5. Bona amant-

C. Verbs

1. What is the difference between first and second conjugation verbs?

2. How do you find the present stem of a 2nd Conjugation verb?

3. Conjugate the verb habeo, habere, habui, habitus in the present tense:

1st        ___________________    ____________________

2nd        ___________________    ____________________

3rd        ___________________    ____________________

4. Conjugate the verb augeo, augere, auxi, auctus in the future tense and translate it into English:

1st        ________________   _________________    ________________   _________________

2nd        ________________   _________________    ________________   _________________

3rd        ________________   _________________    ________________   _________________

 

5. Marcus pueris iniuriam virorum monstrabit.

 

6. Filia reginae puero gloriam mango praemio donat.

 

7. Bonus vir multum frumentum parvis pueris donabit.

 

8. Agricolae ignavi copiam frumentum parvis pueris donabit.

 

9. How do you form a singular command?  How do you form a plural command?

 

10. Pugnate gladiis!  Amate amicitiam!  Specta tua signa!  Remane in patria bona!