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Worksheet for Reading Latin 1G
John Porter, University of Saskatchewan
Give the appropriate forms.
- utmost virtue (dat.)
- no fires (dat.)
- bold thief (abl.)
- easy deeds (dat.)
- immense danger (dat.)
- rich citizen (abl.)
- gloomy dreams (acc.)
- immense mobs (abl.)
- enough citizens (dat.)
- unhappy fellow (dat.)
- what shrine? (dat.)
- best wife (dat.)
- every burden (dat.)
- many dowries (dat.)
- beautiful sister (dat.)
Translate into idiomatic Latin.
- Do you (pl.) want us to pray to the gods?
- You (pl.) do not trust us, because you consider us [to be] women of the utmost boldness (and) no virtue.
- Why do you (sg.) demand my money and mock me?
- Are they taking your dowry from you (sg.)?
- Whose crimes are making you (pl.) gloomy?
- The old men, because they do not trust the wives of the rich [men], are always poor.
- Return (sg.) [our] brothers to us!
- What business do you (pl.) have in the shrine of the Lar?
- To what men are they entrusting your (sg.) citizens?
- Do they want to be young men of no self-control?
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