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1st & 2nd Declension Endings 2nd 1st 2nd Mas. Fem. Neu.

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1st & 2nd Declension Endings 2nd 1st 2nd Mas. Fem. Neu.

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  1. 1st & 2nd Declension Endings 2nd 1st 2nd Mas. Fem. Neu.,ius,er,ir a um, ium Gen.i ae i Dat.o ae o Acc. um am um, ium Abl.o a o Nom.i ae a Gen.orum arum orum is is Acc.os as a is is

  2. 3rd Declension and (3rd Declension “i” stem Nouns) 3rd 3rd 3rd Mas. Fem. Neu. Nom.-- -- -- (e,al,ar) is is Dat.i i i Acc. em em -- (e,al,ar) Abl.e e e (i) es a (ia) (ium) um (ium) um (ium) Dat.ibus ibus ibus es a (ia) Abl.ibus ibus ibus

  3. Verb Review for Test #5 Tense Rule Translation (1st & 2nd Conjugation Verbs) Present Present Stem + PE (am, is are; do, does; simple present) Imperfect Present Stem + ba + PE (was, were; used to; did) Future Present Stem + bi + PE (shall/will) All Latin Verbs (Regular and Irregular) Perfect Perfect Stem + i, isti ,it, imus, istis, erunt (has, have; simple past) Pluperfect Perfect Stem + eram, eras, erat, eramus, eratis, erant (had) Future Perfect Perfect Stem + ero, eris,erit, erimus, eritis, erint (shall have/will have)

  4. Verb Review for Test #5 21. ora a. he begs b. she used to beg c. to beg d. we beg e. (you) beg 22. navigas a. he had sailed b. you sail c. to sail d. we had sailed e. they have sailed 23. rogabamus a. he will ask b. they were asking c. he will have asked d. we were asking e. we shall ask 24. videritis a. we used to see b. you will have seen c. he used to see d. you had seen e. you will see 25. fuit a. you have been b. he has been c. it had been d. we are e. you had been 26. ero a. they will be b. he was c. she will be d. we shall be e. I shall be 27. aedificabas a. he was building b. you were building c. they are building d. I was building e. they were building 28. superare a. to surpass b. don't surpass c. I shall surpass d. I used to surpass e. they will surpass 29. sumus a. we are b. he had been c. they are d. he was e. they will have been

  5. Review of Parsing Grammar and Syntax (Case and Function Chart) for Test #5 • Directions: On the answer sheet provided cover the letter of the name of the • grammatical construction which best describes the boldfaced and underlined • Latin word or phrase in each sentence. Be careful to mark the correct letter • in the proper answer number. • Turnus, rex Rutulorum, cives Latinos ad bellum incitavit. • a. nom. subject b. nom. predicate nom. c. gen. possession • d. dat. indirect object e. dat. with special adjectives • 72.a. acc. direct object b. acc. object of certain prepositions c. acc. place to which • d. subject accusative e. abl. object of certain prepositions • a. abl. place where b. abl. place from which c. abl. accompaniment • d. abl. means or instrument e. abl. manner • a. abl. respect b. voc. direct address c. complementary infinitive • d. objective infinitive e. subjective infinitive