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After Apple Picking

After Apple Picking

After Apple Picking. What? Wrong type of apple?. 20 minute prep time…. Those guiding questions are just that… a GUIDE. You do not need to answer them if you do not need them. Answering them will not lower your score. IB will not think you are less creative.

By wylie
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Chaptering through 24 and 25

Chaptering through 24 and 25

Chaptering through 24 and 25. 1. Participles: Forms, Tenses, and Uses 2. Ablative Absolute 3. New Verbs: eō (to go) and ferō (to carry). Definitions. A Participle is: A Verbal Adjective! As such, they MODIFY NOUNS !

By fergal
(133 views)

Objective : To be able to conjugate Latin verbs in the present tense and active voice

Objective : To be able to conjugate Latin verbs in the present tense and active voice

Objective : To be able to conjugate Latin verbs in the present tense and active voice. IX/XXIV/MMXII. Do Now : Take out your handouts from Friday and receive a new handout Take and annotate your Vocabulary Flashcard handout and Present Tense formation handout from today

By matsu
(173 views)

Center of Gravity, Displacement, and Nautical Terms

Center of Gravity, Displacement, and Nautical Terms

Center of Gravity, Displacement, and Nautical Terms. Boat Competition. Displacement Demonstration. Materials needed: Transparent, round container Water Writing tool 0il/molasses Ruler Scale for weighing. Demonstration: Pour oil in a clear container holding water to show displacement.

By rey
(226 views)

The Future Tense

The Future Tense

The Future Tense. How to Conjugate Future 1 st & 2 nd conjugation. The first thing that you need are principle parts Like: amō, amāre, amavī, amatus Then you need some endings. How to conjugate verbs. To form these Go to the 2 nd principle part (amare) Cut off the “re” at the end

By ghada
(122 views)

GANG THEORIES

GANG THEORIES

GANG THEORIES. Biological Theories. Franz Joseph Gall (1758 – 1828) Phrenology - study of the shape of the head and its relationship to human behavior Cesare Lombroso

By braith
(213 views)

Deponent Verbs

Deponent Verbs

Deponent Verbs. just like other verbs, but different. One thing to know. Deponent verbs are PASSIVE in form, and ACTIVE in meaning. Therefore:. Have ½ as many forms (no active forms!) Can only be used in an active sense To express the passive, you must use a different verb, i.e.

By allan
(196 views)

The Future Tense

The Future Tense

The Future Tense. Becca Postoll. The Chart!. How to form the verb. Use the 2 nd principle part of the verb (the infinitive ) For the 1 st , 2 nd , conjugation just drop the “re ” Add the endings. More Charts!!!. How it Translates. Parabo I shall prepare Parabis

By roz
(112 views)

Nominative plurals and THEY as the subject of the verb

Nominative plurals and THEY as the subject of the verb

Nominative plurals and THEY as the subject of the verb. The plural of ancilla is ancill ae of servus is serv i of dux is duc es. So subjects can have plurals just like any other case But. The verb must agree with the subject. Ancill a urbem occup at means

By nura
(105 views)

Latin Verb Review

Latin Verb Review

Latin Verb Review. Person Number Tense Voice Mood. Who is doing the action?. Is the subject singular or plural?. Is the action happening in the past, present, or future?. Is the verb passive or active?.

By truman
(377 views)

Verbs

Verbs

Verbs. Principle Parts. All regular verbs have 4 principle parts Principle parts is just a fancy term for the 4 forms of the verb given in the vocab entry The principle parts of the verb are the 4 forms that you need in order to create all the other forms of that verb

By xerxes
(106 views)

Nominative plurals and THEY as the subject of the verb

Nominative plurals and THEY as the subject of the verb

Nominative plurals and THEY as the subject of the verb. The plural of ancilla is ancill ae of servus is serv i of dux is duc es. So subjects can have plurals just like any other case But. The verb must agree with the subject. Ancill a urbem occup at means

By beatrice-duke
(161 views)


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