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Latin 113: Key to Sample First Midterm Examination
Give the Latin for the following.
- you (pl.) used to be able
- most difficult (neut. acc. pl.)
- to have lifted/removed
- we were lying/telling falsehoods
- more time (abl.)
- to have followed
- they were going in (ineo)
- a certain messenger (acc.)
- to have suspected
- to be about to send
- military forces (acc.)
- you (pl.) were growing angry
- to have put/positioned
- to acquire
- I was standing
- more swiftly
- to have returned/given back
- worse (fem. dat. sg.)
- you (sg.) were deceiving
Translate the following into idiomatic Latin
- The girls used to say that they [i.e., the girls] would never give orders to his slaves. [Do not use iubeo]
puellae negabant se servis eius umquam imperaturas esse.
- To foolish young men, wars are a source of great delight/passion.
iuvenibus stultis bella magnae voluptati sunt.
- You (pl.) don't think the enemy did this, do you?
num hostis hoc fecisse putatis?
- Having threatened the senate, he did not dare to trust his own friends.
senatui minatus, amicis suis credere non ausus est.
- He asserted that the women had stood in his way.
mulieres/feminas sibi obstitisse affirmavit.
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