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Worksheet for Reading Latin 4D
Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.
- He saw the women whose husbands had devised this plan.
- She read through the letter that I myself had written.
- They preferred to remain at Rome rather than become Verres' companions.
- The young men whom Caesar had spared left Rome for Syracuse.
- They destroyed the shrine (fanum) which Scipio had built (aedifico ) at Syracuse.
- When he had caught sight of these women, he left Malta and remained at Lilybaeum. [Use a connecting relative pronoun.]
- While Verres was praetor, the senate of the Syracusans showed favor to many scoundrels out of fear.
- A certain man, whose son had been accustomed to trust Verres, said that he [i.e., the man] would never obey that scoundrel.
- You (sg.) don't think that the magistrates we called back to Rome did this themselves, do you?
- The man who loves himself will never forget his friends.
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