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Key to Worksheet for Reading Latin 1F
John Porter, University of Saskatchewan



FORMS

Give the appropriate forms.

  1. to send
    mittere

  2. bold thieves (gen.)
    furum audacium

  3. us (abl.)
    nobis

  4. to demand
    poscere

  5. all the dowry (abl.)
    dote omni

  6. to be going
    ire

  7. of you (as in "three of you")
    vestrum [See the Cases page, s.v. "Partitive Genitive"]

  8. to carry (2 versions)
    ferre / portare

  9. bold plans (acc.)
    consilia audacia

  10. to ask
    rogare

  11. us (acc.)
    nos

  12. to be finding
    invenire

  13. the gloomy sister (dat.)
    sorori tristi

  14. to order
    iubere

  15. you (abl. pl.)
    vobis

  16. to be
    esse

  17. gloomy marriage rites (dat.)
    nuptiis tristibus

  18. of us (as in "fear of us")
    nostri [See the Cases page, s.v. "Objective Genitive"]

  19. to know
    scire

  20. all the ointment (nom.)
    omne unguentum

  21. to wish
    velle

  22. the bold daughter (dat.)
    filiae audaci

  23. to be silent
    tacere

  24. all the names (gen.)
    omnium nominum

  25. to be making
    facere

SENTENCES

Translate into idiomatic Latin.

  1. Do they wish to marry you (pl.)?
    vosne domum ducere volunt?

  2. It is easy to hear the huge crowds.
    facile est turbas ingentis audire.

  3. Whose dinner does he wish to take away?
    cuius cenam auferre vult? or cui cenam auferre vult? [For the latter, see the Cases page, s.v. "Dative of Disadvantage"]

  4. Flee (sg.) the eyes of all the citizens!
    fuge oculos civium omnium.

  5. Do you (pl.) wish to lose the dour old man's money?
    senisne tristis pecuniam amittere vultis?

  6. It is not easy to capture all the citizens.
    non facile est civis omnis capere.

  7. We do not wish to mock you (pl.).
    vos irridere non volumus.

  8. We fear no bold thieves at our house. [Do not use aedes or domi.]
    nullos fures audacis apud nos timemus.

  9. Do you (sg.) wish to sleep or to cook a large dinner?
    dormire vis aut cenam ingentem coquere?

  10. Pray (pl.) to all the gods and to us!
    omnibus dis supplicate nobisque.


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