Stage 5 Vocabulary and Derivatives

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					           Stage 17 Vocabulary and Derivatives
       Latin Word p. 112        Meaning                           Derivatives
ā, ab                                     --
agmen, agminis, n.                        Agminate
animus, animi, m.                         Animation, inanimate, animate, exanimate
appropinquō, appropinquāre,               Approach
appropinquāvī
āra, ārae, f.                             --
bene                                      Benevolent, benefactor, beneficient (note: bene is from from
                                          bonus)
benignus-a-um                             Benign
diū                                       --
exanimātus-a-um                           Exanimate
facilis, facilis, facile                  Facility, facilitate, facile
graviter                                  -- (note: from gravus)
haereō, haerere, haesī                    Cohesion, adhesive, coherent, hesitate, adhere, incoherent
hūc                                       --
impetus, impetūs, m.                      Impetuous
īnsula, īnsulae, f.                       Insular, peninsula, insulate, insulation, isle, isolate
invītus-a-um                              --
itaque                                    --
lītus, lītoris, n.                        Littoral
maximus-a-um                              Maximum
multitūdō, multitūdinis, f.               Multitude
numquam                                   --
paucī, paucae, pauca                      Paucity
perveniō, pervenīre, pervēnī,             --
quondam                                   --
recipiō, recipere, recēpī                 Recipe, receipt, receive, reception
resistō, resistere, restitī               Resist, resistence
sine                                      Sinecure, sincere, insincere
soleō, solēre                             Insolence, insolent

PMAQ
pater patriae                      Father of his country
corpus delicti                     The body of the crime
lapsus linguae                     A slip of the tongue
modus operandi                     A method of working
                                             Stage 17 Objectives:

By the end of Stage 17, students will be able to do the following:

      Identify, form, and translate a noun in the genitive case.
      Identify the declension of a noun by its genitive form.
      Decline a noun in all singular and plural forms, including the genitive
      Give the uses of all 5 cases
      Identify the parts of a dictionary entry of a noun
      Discuss the ancient city of Alexandria, Egypt
      Identify and translate Stage 17 vocabulary, from Latin to English and from English to Latin
      Give derivatives for Stage 17 vocabulary
      Identify, translate, or discuss the 4 PMAQ terms:
                               pater patriae                Father of his country
                               corpus delicti               The body of the crime
                               lapsus linguae               A slip of the tongue
                               modus operandi               A method of working
Students will also be expected to demonstrate knowledge and abilities acquired in the previous stages.

				
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