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Worksheet for Reading Latin 4F
Provide the following verb forms.
- tollo — 3rd sg. pres. subj. act.
- scribo — pres. act. partic., neut. nom. pl.
- polliceor — 1st sg. impf. subj.
- egeo — 3rd pl. plupfct. subj. act.
- fugio — 2nd pl. pres. subj. act.
- cupio — 1st sg. impf. subj. act.
- patior — pres. act. partic., masc. nom. pl.
- progredior — 1st sg. plupfct. subj.
- sequor — 1st pl. pres. subj.
- nolo — 2nd sg. impf. subj. act.
- nego — 2nd pl. plupfct. subj. act.
- sto — 1st pl. impf. subj. act.
- credo — 3rd pl. plupfct. subj. act.
- oro — pres. act. partic., neut. dat. pl.
- volo — 3rd pl. pres. subj. act.
- eo — 1st. pl. pres. subj. act.
- occido ("to kill") — 3rd. sg. plupfct. subj. pass.
- scio — 2nd pl. impf. subj. act.
- dormio — 3rd pl. pres. subj. act.
- eo — pres. act. partic., fem. acc. pl.
Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.
- It happens that I am a Roman citizen.
- I order you (pl.) to be silent. [two versions]
- He will persuade them to delay, won't he?
- They urged us to return to Rome and not to flee to Sicily.
- Although they had seen many cities and many seas, they seemed to fear our customs.
- He used to order his slaves to pay attention and never to strike a Roman citizen.
- Since he wishes to become consul, he will try to be a source of help to all.
- I forbid you to strip the praetor. [two versions]
- Although he had lived in Syracuse for many years, Diodorus used to say that he would never be safe while Verres was praetor.
- He commanded that no one spare the enemy, although they were suffering greatly.
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