Latin I- Story Question Examples Nomen___________________
Answer the questions from the story on pg. 97 Hora____ Dies______________
___1. In line 1, erat is what kind of verb?
a. a present verb b. a linking verb c. a perfect verb d. a future verb
___2. In line 1, “bonus” describes what word?
a. multorum b. virorum c. philosophiam d. magister
___3. Aristotle was a…
scientist b. king of
___4. In line 3, what is the meaning of the verb?
a. you carry b. he tests c. they carried d. he approved
___5. Who was the son of Philip?
a. Aristotle b. Alexander c. unnamed boy d. Macedoniae
___6. In line 5, what case are the words “claro magistro”?
a. dative b. ablative c. accusative d. nominative
___7. In line 6, what is the form of the verb?
a. 2nd person singular b. infinitive c. 1st person singular d. imperative
___8. In line 6, what case is “philosophe”?
a. nominative b. vocative c. ablative d. accusative
___9. In line 7, who is the friend?
a. Alexander b. semper c. Philip d. Aristotle
___10. What tense is the verb terruit?
a. future b. present c. perfect d. vocative
___11. What is the meaning of “de philosophia” in line 8?
a. about philosophy b. to philosophy c. out of philosophy d. and philosophy
___12. How did Alexander feel about philosophy?
a. loved it b. it was famous c. praised it d. it was hard and long
___13. “In agro Alexander equum novum habuit,” is best translated:
a. Alexander rode his horse into the new field
b. The new horse lived in Alexander’s field
c. In the new field Alexander has a horse
d. Alexander had a new horse in the field
___14. “Alexander agrum et equum spectavit,” is best translated:
a. Alexander sees the field and the horses
b. Alexander saw the fields and horses
c. Alexander watches the field and horse
d. Alexander looked at the field and horse
___15. “Vide, magister, agrum gratum,” is best translated:
a. You look at the teacher in the great field
b. Everyone look and teach the grateful fields
c. See, teachers are grateful fields
d. See, teacher, the pleasing field
___16. “In agro Homerum et gloriam viri magni Achillis memoriae mandabo.”
a. In the fields, I entrust Homer and the glory of the great man Achilles to memory
b. In the field, I entrusted the memory of Homer and the glory of Achilles to the man
c. In the field, I shall entrust Homer and the glory of the great man Achilles to memory
d. In memory of the great man and Homer, Achilles will entrust the field