Final Exam Review
prepare for text by reviewing
chapter explanations and by practicing skills by doing the exercises in the
back of the book.
true/false questions about grammar (20 responses, 2 points each)
II: Fill in the Blank (25 responses, 2 points each)
III. What kind of ablative? Choices include: manner, means, personal
agent, ablative absolute, comparison, accompaniment, place where, time when
(3 points each X 5)
IV. Identify the tense of the underlined participles (3 points each X 5)
V. Identify the tense of the underlined subjunctive verbs (3 points each X
VI. Identify the subjunctive construction in the following sentences.
Choices are indirect question, purpose, result, hortatory/jussive,
deliberative, cum clause (3 points each X 10)
VII. synopses (1 points X 92) LATIN ONLY
VIII. DEGREES OF ADJECTIVES in nominative singular neuter (1 point each X
IX. Translate the following sentences and answer the questions about the
underlined words: (5 points X 10 sentence translations each, and 2 points X
X.Choose five sentences to translate into Latin (5 X 5 points each)
You should be able to translate
these sentences and identify the construction underlined. Choices for
If I have underlined a
prepositional phrase, be prepared to explain exactly what kind…if it is an
ablative, you must identify the specific ablative use (means, manner, agent,
accompaniment, time when, place where, etc.), or dative of possession or
agent, for example, or whatever. These choices you must know on your own.
Indirect statement example:
Quidam enim credunt animum humanum immortalem esse.
Passive periphrastic example: Manus
adulescentum quam fidelissimorum senatui quaerenda est.
multiple construction example:
His signis magnis visis, putabant tyrannum istum semper pecuniam
cupientem expellendum esse.
His signis magnis visis is
cupientem – participle
modifying the object tyrannum and introducing its own phrase (pecuniam
expellendum esse: future
passive infinitive in indirect statement
question example: Illi stulti semper rogant quid sit melius quam imperium
aut pecunia. (can you explain why imperium and pecunia are in the
clause example: Legit libros quos miseras.
cum clause example: Cum libertatem legesque conservare vere vellent,
tamen scelera tyranni diutissime ferenda erant.
pronoun example:Romani cives copias quibuscum se iunxerant iuvabant.
example: Who says that by fire and sword we
shall conquer all states?
clause example: Libertatem sic amaverunt ut
numquam ab hostibus vincerentur.
Illa vitia turpiora vitabimus,
quod vitas quam felicissimas petimus.
Translating into Latin (these are
the kinds of sentences I will ask you to translate):
Cicero ought to snatch our
republic from danger. (use the passive periphrastic)
We often used these boats in
order to flee from our enemies.
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