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Latin 112: Key to Sample Second Midterm



A. Give the Latin for the following.

  1. we will write
    scribemus

  2. one thousand loads/burdens (acc.)
    mille onera

  3. you (sg.) are speaking [do not use dico]
    loqueris or loquere

  4. what plans? (nom.)
    quae consilia or [less good] quid consiliorum

  5. two nights (acc.)
    duas noctis or duas noctes

  6. we refuse
    nolumus

  7. huge expenses (gen.)
    sumptuum ingentium or sumptus ingentis

  8. they will beat
    verberabunt

  9. to prefer
    malle

  10. your (pl.) hands (acc.)
    manus vestras

  11. they are able
    possunt

  12. to be promising [do not use promitto]
    polliceri

  13. I will deceive
    decipiam

  14. one hand (gen.)
    unius manus

  15. do! / make! (sg.)
    fac

  16. you (pl.) are advancing
    progredimini

  17. the utmost manliness/courage (gen.)
    summae virtutis

  18. three thousand nights (abl.)
    tribus milibus noctium

  19. of you (pl.) [as in "fear of you"]
    vestri

  20. we are lying/telling falsehoods
    mentimur


B. Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.

  1. They will refuse to threaten (their) untruthful mistresses.
    amicis mendacibus minari nolent.

  2. She prefers that you (pl.) return the slave, a fellow of no self-control.
    mavult vos reddere servum, hominem nulla continentia.

  3. We will have many pots full of gold, if you (pl.) are willing to trust me. [do not use habeo or possideo]
    erunt nobis multae aulae auri plenae, si mihi credere voletis.


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