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Worksheet for Reading Latin 4G
Translate the following into idiomatic Latin and be prepared to explain the mood and tense of each of the verbs.
- If you (pl.) were to escape, our danger would be great.
- Did you (sg.) see the man who did this?
- He said that he had seen the man who did this.
- No one who trusts Verres will command us.
- If they were not delaying, we would be setting out.
- When he saw [i.e., had seen] them, he grew angry. [use ubi or ut]
- He said that when he saw [i.e., had seen] them, he grew angry. [use ubi or ut]
- All the citizens love him, since he has much money. [two versions]
- All the citizens used to love him, since he had much money. [two versions]
- If we were to spare them, all the citizens would defend us.
- Although he had threatened many of us, he did not dare to kill our sons. [four versions]
- All those for whom the state is a source of sport/mockery favor Verres. [ludibrium]
- He was the sort of man whom all the women loved.
- I will go to Rome because I fear Verres.
- He says that he will go to Rome because he fears Verres.
- He said that he would go to Rome because he feared Verres.
- If I lived in Sicily, I would be braver than you (sg.).
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