Wheelock Chapter 2 Worksheet

Directions: Translate the following adjective/noun phrases into Latin according to the case and number provided. Remember that adjectives and nouns agree in CASE, NUMBER, and GENDER and do not necessarily LOOK as if they agree. You may refer to this running vocabulary to see which words appear in which chapter (hopefully, this will be all the hint you will need to seize upon the correct Latin word)

Print this out and bring it with you to class on Monday.

1. to/for the big rose

2. ancient philosophies (acc pl)

3. much anger (acc sing)

4. of your door

5. to/for my roses

6. ancient poet (nom sing)

7. with your sailor

8. of your beauty

9. great anger (acc sing)

10. for my reputation

11. of your opinion

12. ancient penalty (nom sing)

13. my luck (acc sing)

Now translate the following sentences, which use the above phrases in sentences:

1. You see my luck (refer to #13).


2. You praise me for my reputation (refer to #10).


3. We do not have great anger (refer to #9).


4. I ought to praise the beauty of your door (refer to #4).


5. The ancient poet does not like ancient philosophies (refer to #2 and #6).

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