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FORMS

Give the appropriate forms.

  1. you (fem. pl.) forgot
    oblitae estis

  2. it will happen
    fiet

  3. silently
    tacite

  4. we (masc.) got / acquired
    adepti sumus

  5. you (fem. sg.) have dared
    ausa es

  6. it seemed
    visum est

  7. bravely
    fortiter

  8. I (masc.) grew angry
    iratus sum

  9. they (fem.) became
    factae sunt

  10. having followed (fem. pl. nom.)
    secutae

  11. unhappily
    misere

  12. you (masc. sg.) promised [do not use promitto]
    pollicitus es

  13. we (masc.) dared
    ausi sumus

  14. he becomes
    fit

  15. fiercely
    ferociter / saeve

  16. having set out (masc. sg. dat.)
    profecto

  17. he spoke [do not use dico]
    locutus est

  18. boldly
    audacter

  19. having lied / spoken falsehoods (fem. pl. gen.)
    mentitarum

  20. they (masc.) threatened
    minati sunt

SENTENCES

Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.

  1. Don't kill yourselves!
    nolite vos necare.

  2. They enemy will not ever surrender their own citizens.
    hostes civis suos numquam dedent.

  3. Having set out from camp, the cavalry followed the legion.
    e castris progressi, equites legionem secuti sunt.

  4. They addressed themselves bravely.
    se fortiter allocuti sunt.

  5. They captured the soldier after he had endured many misfortunes.
    militem multa mala passum ceperunt.

  6. After he had pondered for three hours, he seemed to grow angry.
    tris horas meditatus, irasci visus est.

  7. She refused to give herself a dowry.
    noluit sibi dotem dare.

  8. At last the general sent the girls home because they had told many lies.
    tandem dux puellas multa mentitas domum misit.

  9. 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?

  10. 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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