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I. Nouns

 

A. Short answer:

 

1. The subject of a sentence is always goes in what case?

 

2. Give the definition of the Direct Object of a sentence.

 

3. What are the 3 attributes of a Latin noun?

 

4. Give the definition of the Subject of a sentence.

 

5. What is a declension?

 

6. The Direct Object of a sentence always goes in what case?

 

7. What are the three genders of Latin words?

 

8. How do you find the stem of a noun (onto which you can add endings)?

 

B. Fill in the blanks in the following chart of First Declension Endings:

                                    Singular                      Plural

Nominative               _______                    _______

Genitive                          ae                           _______

Dative                        _______                    _______

Accusative               _______                    _______

Ablative                     _______                          is

 

C. Vocabulary- Give the English definition

 

9. via, viae-

 

10. insula, insulae-

 

11. terra, terrae-

 

12. vita, vitae-

 

13. fortuna, fortunae-

 

14. fama, famae-

 

D. Identify- the Subject (S) and Direct Object (DO) of each sentence:

 

15. Griffy slammed the ball out of the park.

 

16. In Cincinnati a cow was eating a farmer.

 

17. Parva parat terras agricola.

 

18. Portant multam aquam puellae.

 

II. Adjectives

 

E. Short answer

 

19. What is an adjective?

 

20. What gender(s) does a Latin adjective have?

 

21. In what three things do all Latin adjectives match the noun they modify?

 

F. Vocabulary- Give an English definition of each Latin word

 

22. durus, dura, durum-

 

23. parvus, parva, parvum-

 

24. novus, nova, novum-

 

25. magnus, magna, magnum-

 

G. Identify- Which adjectives go with which nouns by drawing a line between the pairs:

 

26. Portas durae magnas silvarum bonis sunt insulas puella parva longa est.

 

27. Duram laborant bonae terram puellae.

 

28. Magnae silva et insula parva sunt terrae et puellam amant bonam.

 

H. Translate:

 

29. viam longam-

 

30. multae puellae-

 

III. Verbs

 

J. General Questions:

 

31. Find the Present stem of the verb paro, parare-

 

32.  How many Principal Parts does every Latin verb have?

 

33. How many ways are there to translate every Present Tense Latin verb?

 

34. What are two examples of linking verbs?

 

35. What kind of grammatical construction does Latin use after a linking verb?

 

36. Do transitive verbs take a Direct Object?

 

37. What are three attributes of verbs that we are dealing with this quarter?

 

K. Conjugate- Put the correct endings for each person on the verb amo, amare, amavi, amatus.

                                                Singular                                  Plural

1st Person                   ____________________   _______________________

2nd Person                 ____________________   _______________________

3rd Person                  ____________________   _______________________       

38. Translate each form of amo, amare  that you wrote above into English: _______________________   ___________________________ 

_______________________   ___________________________ 

_______________________   ___________________________    

Put the correct endings for each person on the linking verb “sum” and translate each into (English)

                                                Singular                                  Plural

1st Person                   ____________________   _______________________

2nd Person                 ____________________   _______________________

3rd Person                  ____________________   _______________________

B. Vocabulary

40. spectamus-

 

41. parant-

 

42. laborat-

 

43. Give the four principle parts of “to carry”-

 

44. Give the four principle parts of “to be”-

 

 

 

 

IV. Translation- (6 points each)

 

45. Est aqua in Antarctica, sed non sunt silvae in Antarctica.

 

 

46. Puellae sunt parvae in Sicilia.

 

 

47. Magna agricolas portat multas via.

 

 

48. Nova terra est dura et agricolae duram terram non amant.

 

 

49. Vitam bona portat fortuna longam.

 

 

50. Bonae non parant parvas agricolae terras sed magnam silvam.

 

 

51. Aquam in urna porto.

 

 

52. Multas insulas specto et terram bonam amamus.

 

 

53. Puellae aquam bonam portant.

 

 

54. Magnae familiae parvas terras non amant.

 

 

55. Amamus laborare terras longas in magna insula.