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LATIN 116
Second Year Latin (Part 2)
11-11:50 MTWR
(spring 2002)
STV-410

Instructor
Dr. Janice Siegel (Dr. J)
Stevenson 203-F 
Office Hours: TR 10-11 and by appointment
309-438-3583 (leave a message on voice mail)
email: jfsiege@ilstu.edu (best bet)
class website: http://lilt.ilstu.edu/drjclassics

Midterm review on grammar

Actual Final Exam on Ovid's Metamorphoses I

"Then why does mensa also mean O table?" I inquired, "and what does O table mean?" "Mensa, O table, is the vocative case," he replied. "But why O table?" I persisted in genuine curiosity. "O table - you would use that in addressing a table, in invoking a table." A  nd then seeing that he was not carrying me with him, "You would use it in speaking to a table." "If you are impertinent, you will be punished and punished let me tell you very severely," was his conclusive rejoinder.

-- Winston Spencer Churchill, My early life: a roving commission (London 1930), p. 25


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