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Latin 112: Key to Sample First Midterm



A. Give the Latin for the following.

  1. you (dat. sg.)
    tibi

  2. you (pl.) are
    estis

  3. they make, do
    faciunt

  4. you (sg.) bear, carry [do not use porto]
    fers

  5. the handsome boy (acc.)
    puerum pulchrum

  6. we say, speak
    dicimus

  7. no poor (people) (abl.)
    nullis pauperibus

  8. my wife (dat.)
    uxori meae

  9. capture! (sg.)
    cape

  10. we wish
    volumus

  11. listen! (pl.)
    audite

  12. what names? (nom.)
    quae nomina

  13. at home [do not use aedes]
    domi

  14. you (pl.) wish
    vultis

  15. they return
    redeunt

  16. the unhappy brother (gen.)
    fratris miseri

  17. they hear
    audiunt

  18. evil sisters (gen.)
    sororum malarum

  19. you (sg.) see
    vides

  20. too much ointment
    nimis unguenti


B. Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.

  1. What rich man do the gods consider very good?
    quem divitem di optimum habent?
  2. What old men do not fear a house full of thieves?
    qui senes aedis furum plenas non timent?
  3. You (pl.) are leading my father out of the water (and) toward the fire.
    patrem meum ex aqua ad ignem ducitis.


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