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  1. Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  2. Nouns and Declensions A noun is a:

  3. Underline the nouns in the following sentences and above each noun write “Nom” if it is the subject of the sentence, “Acc” if it is the direct object, “Dat.” if it is the indirect object, “Gen” if it shows possession, “ABL” if it is an object of a with/from/by/in prepositional phrase, “Acc” if it the object of an idea of motion towards, “Voc” if the noun is being addressed directly, and lastly “Nom” if the noun is used as a complement with a linking verb 1. Percy slew the minotaur with his sword. 2. Percy is a demigod or a half-blood. 3. Percy is the son of the god, Poseidon.

  4. Underline the nouns in the following sentences and above each noun write “Nom” if it is the subject of the sentence, “Acc” if it is the direct object, “Dat.” if it is the indirect object, “Gen” if it shows possession, “ABL” if it is an object of a with/from/by/in prepositional phrase, “Acc” if it the object of an idea of motion towards, “Voc” if the noun is being addressed directly, and lastly “Nom” if the noun is used as a complement with a linking verb 4. Percy lives on Long Island, then moved from his home to Camp Half-Blood. 5. A centaur gave a special pen to Percy, and this pen could turn into a sword. 6. “O Annabeth, how can I ever thank you and Jasper for saving my life?” 7. Annabeth’s mother, Athena, gave her daughter the power of wisdom.

  5. Define the following noun uses. Remember some noun uses play off on the verb. 1a. Subject 1b. Complement 2. Possessor 3. Indirect Object 4. Direct Object 5. Object in a Prepositional Phrase (with, from, by, in) 6. Direct Address:

  6. In the chart below give the function(s) for each Latin case. Also give the basic translation

  7. Explain what a case is: A declension is a system of noun case endings. In Latin there are 5 different declensions. So, a Latin noun belongs to one of the 5 declensions, and to that one only. Identify the declension of the following words. hasta, hastae_______ murus, -ī_______ ager, agr ī _______ cibus, cibi_______ senex, senis_______ vīna, vīnae_______ aqua, aquae_______ domina, dominae_______ annus, annī _______ liber, librī_______ hortus, horti_______ lux, lucis_______ pater, patris_______ mater, matris_______ narrator, -is _______ oculus, -ī_______ magister, magistrī_______ gladius, -ī_______

  8. The 1st Declension How can you recognize a 1st Decl. Noun?   What gender are most 1st declension nouns?

  9. The 1st Declension

  10. Decline hasta, hastae F “spear” in all cases singular & plural & translate into English.

  11. The 2nd Declension How can you recognize a 2nd Decl. noun?

  12. Decline ursusmagnus, ursīmagnīM “the big bear” in all cases & translate into English.

  13. The 3rd Declension (Nouns) How can you recognize a 3rd Decl. noun?

  14. One good thing about the 3rd declension is that masculine and feminine nouns follow the same pattern.   Decline flumen magnum, fluminis magnī N “the big river” in all cases in the chart & translate into English.

  15. The 3rd Declension Adjectives How can you recognize a 3rd Decl. adjective? 1 termination (1 for M, F, and Neuter): par, paris 2 termination (most common: 1 for M/F, and 1 for Neuter): fortis, forte 3 termination (1 separate nominative for each gender): celer, celeris, celere Termination means how many individual forms in the nominative:

  16. The 3rd Declension Adjectives

  17. Decline equa celeris, equae celeris F “the fast mare” in all cases in the chart & translate into English.

  18. 1. Give the functions (uses) of each case and special translations where applicable. Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  19. 1. Give the functions (uses) of each case and special translations where applicable. Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  20. 2. Give a translation of the English word “bug” Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  21. 2. Give a translation of the English word “bug” Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  22. 2. Give the endings for 1st and 2nd Declension adjectives (which are identical to most noun endings of these declensional patterns): Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  23. 2. Give the endings for 1st and 2nd Declension adjectives (which are identical to most noun endings of these declensional patterns): Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  24. 4. Give the endings for the 3rd declension: (1) Masculine & Feminine + (2) Neuter endings Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  25. 4. Give the endings for the 3rd declension: (1) Masculine & Feminine + (2) Neuter endings Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  26. 5. Decline the adjective fractus, a, um “broken” in agreement with the noun pēs, pedis M. “foot” & translate: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  27. 5. Decline the adjective fractus, a, um “broken” in agreement with the noun pēs, pedis M. “foot” & translate: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  28. 6. All regular verbs do use the same endings. Different types of verbs are organized into patterns called conjugations, but they only vary in the vowel before the endings. Compare the different types and their patterns: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  29. 6. All regular verbs do use the same endings. Different types of verbs are organized into patterns called conjugations, but they only vary in the vowel before the endings. Compare the different types and their patterns: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  30. 7. Conjugate the verb “to be” in the present tense and offer an English translation for each form: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  31. 7. Conjugate the verb “to be” in the present tense and offer an English translation for each form: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  32. 8. Give the endings for the 3rd declension i-stem nouns: (1) Masculine & Feminine + (2) Neuter endings. Note that in the ablative singular, the ending –ī is for all 3rd declension adjectives (and neuter i-stem nouns only) Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  33. 8. Give the endings for the 3rd declension i-stem nouns: (1) Masculine & Feminine + (2) Neuter endings. Note that in the ablative singular, the ending –ī is for all 3rd declension adjectives (and neuter i-stem nouns only) Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  34. 9. Decline & translate the 3rd declension adjective gracilis, gracile “slender” to agree with the noun liber, librī M. “book”: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  35. 9. Decline & translate the 3rd declension adjective gracilis, gracile “slender” to agree with the noun liber, librī M. “book”: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

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  37. Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  38. 10. Conjugate the verb “to be able” in the present tense and offer an English translation for each form: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  39. 10. Conjugate the verb “to be able” in the present tense and offer an English translation for each form: Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  40. 11. Give the Latin present of volō, velle, voluī + an English translation Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  41. 11. Give the Latin present of volō, velle, voluī + an English translation Review to Begin Latin 2 CP

  42. 12. Give the Latin present of nōlō, nōlle, nōluī + an English translation

  43. 12. Give the Latin present of nōlō, nōlle, nōluī + an English translation

  44. 13. Give a translation for these irregular singular imperatives in Latin:

  45. 13. Give a translation for these irregular singular imperatives in Latin:

  46. 14. Give the Latin forms of (1) hic, haec, hoc :

  47. 14. Give the Latin forms of (1) hic, haec, hoc :

  48. 14. Give the Latin forms of (2) is, ea, id

  49. 14. Give the Latin forms of (2) is, ea, id