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Worksheet for Reading Latin 4D



Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.


  1. He saw the women whose husbands had devised this plan.

  2. She read through the letter that I myself had written.

  3. They preferred to remain at Rome rather than become Verres' companions.

  4. The young men whom Caesar had spared left Rome for Syracuse.

  5. They destroyed the shrine (fanum) which Scipio had built (aedifico [1]) at Syracuse.

  6. When he had caught sight of these women, he left Malta and remained at Lilybaeum. [Use a connecting relative pronoun.]

  7. While Verres was praetor, the senate of the Syracusans showed favor to many scoundrels out of fear.

  8. A certain man, whose son had been accustomed to trust Verres, said that he [i.e., the man] would never obey that scoundrel.

  9. You (sg.) don't think that the magistrates we called back to Rome did this themselves, do you?

  10. The man who loves himself will never forget his friends.


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