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Worksheet for Reading Latin 1F
John Porter, University of Saskatchewan
Give the appropriate forms.
- to send
- bold thieves (gen.)
- us (abl.)
- to demand
- all the dowry (abl.)
- to be going
- of you (as in "three of you")
- to carry (2 versions)
- bold plans (acc.)
- to ask
- us (acc.)
- to be finding
- all the ointment (nom.)
- to order
- you (abl. pl.)
- to be
- gloomy marriage rites (dat.)
- of us (as in "fear of us")
- to know
- the gloomy sister (dat.)
- to wish
- the bold daughter (dat.)
- to be silent
- all the names (gen.)
- to be making
Translate into idiomatic Latin.
- Do they wish to marry you (pl.)?
- It is easy to hear the huge crowds.
- Whose dinner does he wish to take away?
- Flee (sg.) the eyes of all the citizens!
- Do you (pl.) wish to lose the dour old man's money?
- It is not easy to capture all the citizens.
- We do not wish to mock you (pl.).
- We fear no bold thieves at our house. [Do not use aedes or domi.]
- Do you (sg.) wish to sleep or to cook a large dinner?
- Pray (pl.) to all the gods and to us!
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