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Translate into idiomatic Latin.

  1. The slaves (male) fear the cooks.
    servi coquos timent.

  2. We are hiding the pots.
    aulas celamus.

  3. A slave woman, that is what Staphyla is.
    serva est Staphyla.

  4. Do they have a pot full of garlands?
    aulam coronarum plenam habent?

  5. Do you (sg.) have the garland?
    coronam habes?

  6. The slave women live in the house.
    servae in aedibus habitant.

  7. You are cooks.
    coqui estis.

  8. I am hiding my daughter in the pot.
    filiam in aula celo.

  9. The cooks and the slave women enter into the pot.
    coqui et servae in aulam intrant.

  10. Does he love Demaenetus' daughter?
    filiam Demaeneti amat?


Give the appropriate form.

  1. slave women (dat.)
    servis

  2. you (pl.) are calling
    vocatis

  3. under the pot
    sub aula

  4. stage (dat.)
    scaenae

  5. onto the garland
    in coronam

  6. she carries
    portat

  7. slave men (abl.)
    servis

  8. we are shouting
    clamamus

  9. toward the stage
    ad scaenam

  10. daughters (acc.)
    filias


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