review sheet 7 answers by wanghonghx


									Latin I
Chapter 7 Review Sheet

    Vocabulary from chapter 1 – 7
    Words of the day
    Trojan War
         o Important characters
         o Sources
         o Dates
    3rd declension nouns and adjectives
    noun and adjective agreement
    irregular verbs
         o possum
         o eo

1. Translate the following passage:

Troiani, ubi arma Achillis vident, territi sunt et ad urbem fugiunt. Patroclus in eos
currit et multos occidit. sed Hector, fortissimus Troianorum, resistit et Patroclum in
pugnam vocat. hastam iacit et Patroclum interficit.

The Trojans, when they see the arms of Achilles, are terrified and flee to the city.
Patroclus runs at them and kills many. But Hector, the bravest of the Trojans, stands
firm and calls Patroclus into battle. He hurls his spear and kills Patroclus.

2. Complete the following sentences by filling in the blanks with the correct case
   ending and translate.

Flavius fili_ôs__ omn_ês__ vocat

       Flavius calls all the sons.

Patroclus cum bon_îs__ comit_ibus__ ad nav_em__ ambulat.

       Patroclus walks to the ship with the/his good friends.

3. Complete the following charts:

                               Singular                    plural
Nominative                     Omnis littera               Omnês litterae
Accusative                     Omnem litteram              Omnês litterâs
Ablative                       Omnî litterâ                Omnibus litterîs
Vocative                       Omnis littera               Omnês litterae
                     Latin (s)       English            Latin (p)         English
1                    possum          I am able          possumus          We are able
2                    potes           You are able       potestis          You all are able
3                    potest          He/she is able     possunt           They are able

4. Translate the following English sentence into Latin:

Why are you waiting? We must go quickly to the dear ship.

        Cûr manes? Ad nâvem celeriter (ad)îre dêbêmus?

5. Provide the English definitions for the following words:

princeps, principis      - prince                     vico, vincere – to conquer

convoco, convocare - to call together                 comes, comites - comrades

carus, -a, -um           - dear                       pugno, pugnare – to fight

emo, emere               - to buy                     hortus - garden

alius, alia, aliud       - other/another              tandem – at last

6. What is the definition and the Latin root(s) for pugnacious?

    “ Pugno, pugnare – to fight” or “pugna, -ae – fight”
    definition: eager to fight

7. Who was Homer, what did he write about, when did he write, and what are the
names of his works?

        Homer was a Greek writer of epic poetry around 850 BC. He completed the
Iliad and the Odyssey, both works about the Trojan War (1200 BC).

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