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Worksheet for Reading Latin 2C



FORMS

Give the appropriate forms.

  1. these prostitutes (nom.)

  2. that woman (acc.)

  3. these dangers (acc.)

  4. that plan (nom.)

  5. this dowry (acc.)

  6. that custom (abl.)

  7. this job/task (gen.)

  8. this soldier (dat.)

  9. this burden (acc.)

  10. this couch (acc.)

SENTENCES

Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.

  1. If you (pl.) command me to marry this woman, I will consider you wicked. [use habeo]

  2. Do those soldiers seem to you (sg.) to be growing angry?

  3. It is the sister of this young man whom I consider stupid.

  4. Don't (sg.) try to follow us!

  5. How angry these wives seem!

  6. That prostitute's two sisters are coming out of the house: the one I love, the other's character I consider bad.

  7. What man do you (pl.) consider ignorant of these affairs?

  8. Are you (sg.) threatening this woman?

  9. Euclio has both a brother and a son: the former is a soldier, the latter is a wild young man. [do not use habeo or possideo]

  10. Will he be willing to advance through fire and water, if we defend this town?


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