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LATIN 112: Key to Sample Final Examination



A. Give the Latin for the following.

  1. you (sg.) will try
    conaberis / conabere

  2. to endure / suffer
    pati

  3. we sent
    misimus

  4. remember! (sg.)
    recordare

  5. you (pl.) will remain
    manebitis

  6. to promise [do not use promitto]
    polliceri

  7. I will advance
    progrediar

  8. they gave
    dederunt / dedere

  9. you (sg.) bear [do not use porto]
    fers

  10. to capture
    capere

  11. you (pl.) replied
    respondistis

  12. we will be able
    poterimus

  13. they talk / speak [do not use dico]
    loquuntur

  14. I demanded
    poposci

  15. he will deceive
    decipiet

  16. you (sg.) embrace
    amplexaris / amplexare

  17. go! (sg.)
    i

  18. she found
    invenit

  19. you (pl.) prefer
    mavultis

  20. they will grow angry
    irascentur


B. Give the Latin for the following.

  1. three nights (abl.)
    tribus noctibus

  2. no army (dat.)
    nulli exercitui

  3. the swift girl (nom.)
    puella celeris

  4. your (pl.) hands (gen.)
    vestrarum manuum

  5. two thousand cities (abl.) [do not use oppidum]
    duobus milibus urbium

  6. the other day (gen.)
    alterius diei

  7. four of us (masc. acc.)
    quattuor nostrum

  8. that head (dat.)
    illi capiti

  9. what thing? (dat.) [do not simply use neut.]
    cui rei

  10. this expense (gen. sg.)
    huius sumptus


C. Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.

  1. Don't (sg.) follow us home.
    noli nos domum sequi.

  2. He ordered me to lie, but I had enough trouble / evil. [Do not use habeo or possideo.]
    me mentiri iussit, sed mihi satis mali fuit.

  3. If you (pl.) do not threaten this citizen, they will bind our sons.
    nisi huic civi minabimini, filios nostros vincient.

  4. This young man's brother seems to be a worthless fellow.
    frater huius iuvenis homo nihili [esse] videtur.

  5. On that day you all preferred an old man of much self-control to ["rather than"] a soldier of no wisdom.
    illo die [vos] omnes senem multa continentia maluistis quam militem nulla sapientia.



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