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Latin 112: Key to Sample Second Midterm
A. Give the Latin for the following.
- we will write
- one thousand loads/burdens (acc.)
- you (sg.) are speaking [do not use dico]
loqueris or loquere
- what plans? (nom.)
quae consilia or [less good] quid consiliorum
- two nights (acc.)
duas noctis or duas noctes
- we refuse
- huge expenses (gen.)
sumptuum ingentium or sumptus ingentis
- they will beat
- to prefer
- your (pl.) hands (acc.)
- they are able
- to be promising [do not use promitto]
- I will deceive
- one hand (gen.)
- do! / make! (sg.)
- you (pl.) are advancing
- the utmost manliness/courage (gen.)
- three thousand nights (abl.)
tribus milibus noctium
- of you (pl.) [as in "fear of you"]
- we are lying/telling falsehoods
B. Translate the following into idiomatic Latin.
- They will refuse to threaten (their) untruthful mistresses.
amicis mendacibus minari nolent.
- She prefers that you (pl.) return the slave, a fellow of no self-control.
mavult vos reddere servum, hominem nulla continentia.
- 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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