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Worksheet for Reading Latin 3C
Give the appropriate forms.
- being about to enter (masc. gen. sg.)
- the same shape (dat.)
- being about to return / give back (fem. acc. sg.)
- most quickly
- being about to reply (neut. acc. pl.)
- the same tricks (gen.)
- being about to take away (masc. dat. pl.)
- more foolishly
- being about to warn (neut. acc. sg.)
- the same fist (gen.)
- being about to sleep (fem. dat. sg.)
- more unhappily
- being about to touch (fem. abl. sg.)
- the same feet (nom.)
- being about to return / go back (masc. acc. sg.)
- most fiercely
- being about to flee (neut. gen. sg.)
- the same land (acc.)
- being about to believe (fem. abl. pl.)
- more boldly
- being about to bind (neut. dat. sg.)
- no one (dat.)
- being about to read (masc. gen. pl.)
- most beautifully
- being about to destroy (fem. acc. pl.)
Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.
- Are the prostitutes on the point of attacking the same old man?
- Surely he is going to defend himself with his fists?
- The wicked slave dared to deceive his master by means of tricks most easily.
- Are they not intending to conduct war more courageously?
- No one votes [or: it pleases no one] to dwell with his/her own parents. [parens, parentis (3m.)]
- The ambassadors fled, intending to tell their king everything.
- You (sg.) are intending to take away the cavalry more quickly, aren't you?
- The sheep of utmost beauty are going to return from the battle by means of their own feet within this hour.
- He bore himself [or: charged] against the enemy rather foolishly.
- We went into their territory intending to find our ships.
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