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Key to Worksheet for Reading Latin 3B
Give the appropriate forms.
- you (fem. pl.) forgot
- it will happen
- we (masc.) got / acquired
- you (fem. sg.) have dared
- it seemed
- I (masc.) grew angry
- they (fem.) became
- having followed (fem. pl. nom.)
- you (masc. sg.) promised [do not use promitto]
- we (masc.) dared
- he becomes
ferociter / saeve
- having set out (masc. sg. dat.)
- he spoke [do not use dico]
- having lied / spoken falsehoods (fem. pl. gen.)
- they (masc.) threatened
Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.
- Don't kill yourselves!
nolite vos necare.
- They enemy will not ever surrender their own citizens.
hostes civis suos numquam dedent.
- Having set out from camp, the cavalry followed the legion.
e castris progressi, equites legionem secuti sunt.
- They addressed themselves bravely.
se fortiter allocuti sunt.
- They captured the soldier after he had endured many misfortunes.
militem multa mala passum ceperunt.
- After he had pondered for three hours, he seemed to grow angry.
tris horas meditatus, irasci visus est.
- She refused to give herself a dowry.
noluit sibi dotem dare.
- At last the general sent the girls home because they had told many lies.
tandem dux puellas multa mentitas domum misit.
- Does he love his [i.e., someone else's] daughter more than [he loves] his own mother? ["more than" = plus quam]
filiamne eius plus quam matrem suam amat?
- She is more like me than [she is like] herself. [two versions]
similior mei quam sui est. / similior mihi quam sibi est.
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