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					Review of Stage 16 &
Introduction to Stage 17

  Take out your Latin textbook and
       your Latin notebook.
WARM-UP
   Copy. Identify the main subject (1 line)
    and verb (2 lines). Identify the relative
    clause [brackets].
   Ex ovo, quod servi in mensam
    posuerant, apparuit saltatrix.
   Tum pumiliones, quod rex in Italia
    emerat, intraverunt.
Answers
   Ex ovo, quod servi in mensam posuerant, apparuit
    saltatrix.
   Saltatrix apparuit [servi posuerant]
   Tum pumiliones, quod rex in Italia emerat,
    intraverunt.
   Pumiliones intraverunt [rex emerat]
   Turn to page 199 and identify the case of each
    relative pronoun in the 2 sentences.
Check your work -
   Ex ovo, quod servi in mensam posuerant, apparuit
    saltatrix. QUOD is accusative case because it is a
    direct object. (Slaves placed which/egg on the table.)
   Saltatrix apparuit [servi posuerant]
   Tum pumiliones, quod rex in Italia emerat,
    intraverunt. (QUOD is accusative case because it is
    the direct object: king bought which/dwarfs)
   Pumiliones intraverunt [rex emerat]
Transition
   Open to the class work section of your
    notebook.
   Head a sheet of paper.
   Title it:
     Class Work # 3
    Review Stage 16 & Begin Stage 17
Questions
   Copy and Translate each.
   Nonne haec pictura est pulchra?
   Num perterritus es?
   Tune effugere poteras?
Did you answer . . .
   Nonne haec pictura est pulchra?
   This picture is beautiful, isn’t it?
    (yes)
   Num perterritus es?
   You are not frightened, are you? (no)
   Tune effugere poteras?
   Are you able to escape? (yes or no)
Transition
   That was a review of Stage 16.
   You will have a quiz in the next class.

   Let us begin Stage 17 now.
   Turn to the NOUN DECLENSION
    section of your notebook. (& p.112)
   We will enter new vocabulary words.
From the previous class, . . .
1st Declension NOUNS
       1. Vita vitam - life
       2.   aula aulam - palace
       3.   domina dominam - mistress
       4.   aqua aquam - water
       5.   nauta nautam - sailor
       6.   unda undam - wave
       There are no new 1st Declension Nouns to
        enter for Stage 16.
Vocabulary – p. 112
   1st Declension NOUNS:
   7. Ara arae F – altar (Stage 17)
   8. Insula insulae F – island (17)
From the previous class -
   2nd Declension NOUNS – Masculine
           1. deus deum - god, deity
           2. maritus maritum - husband, spouse
           3. equus equum - horse
           4. lectus lectum - bed, couch

           5. Faber fabrum - workman
            (skilled), craftsman
New 2nd Declension Masculine
   2nd Declension Masculine NOUNS:
   5. Faber fabrum - workman (Stage 16)
   6. animus animi - spirit, soul, mind (St17)
From the previous class -
   2nd Declension NOUNS – Neuter
         1.   aedificium aedificium - building
         2.   horreum horreum - barn, granary
         3.   donum donum - gift
         4.   plaustrum plaustrum - cart, wagon
         5.   saxum saxum - rock
       6. auxilium auxilium - aid, help
       7. consilium consilium - plan, idea
2nd Declension Neuter Nouns
   1. Aedificium
   2. Horreum
   3. Donum
   4. Plaustrum
   5. Saxum
   6. Auxilium auxilii - aid, help (Stage 16)
   7. Consilium consilii - plan, idea (Stage16)
   No new nouns
From the previous class -
   3rd Declension NOUNS
         1.   coniuratio coniurationem F - plot
         2.   custos custodem M - guard
         3.   ordo ordinem M - row, line
         4.   rex regem M - king
         5.   mare mare N - sea
         6.   princeps principem M - chieftain, chief
         7.   sacerdos sacerdotem M - priest
       8. flos florem M - flower
       9. imperator imperatorem M - emperor
Vocabulary, p.112
   3rd Declension NOUNS:
   8. Flos florem M - flower (16)
   9. Imperator imperatorem M - emperor (16)
   10. agmen agminis N – column of people,
    procession (Stage 17)
   11. litus litoris N – shore (Stage 17)
   12. multitudo multitudinis F - crowd (17)
NOUNS:
   4th Declension NOUNS:
   1. impetus impetus M – attack (17)

   5th Declension NOUNS:
   1. effigies effigei F – image, statue (15)
From the previous class -
   1st Conjugation VERBS:
          1.   Canto cantare cantavi - sing
          2.   Excito excitare excitavi - awaken, arouse
          3.   Numero numerare numeravi - count
          4.   Vulnero vulnerare vulneravi - wound
          5.   Lavo lavare lavi - wash
        6. Aedifico aedificare aedificavi - build
        7. Delecto - delectare delectavi - delight
        8. navigo - navigare navigavi - sail
VERBS
   1st Conjugation:
   6. Aedifico - build (Stage 16)
   7. Delecto - delight (16)
   8. Navigo - sail (16)
   9. appropinquo appropinquare
    appropinquavi – approach, come
    near to (with the dative) (Stage 17)
From the previous class -
   2nd Conjugation VERBS:
          1.   Retineo retinere retinui - hold back
          2.   deleo delere delui - destroy
          3.   Debeo debere debui - owe, ought
          4.   teneo tenere tenui - hold


   5. derideo deridere derisi - mock,
    make fun of
VERBS
   2nd Conjugation:
   5. Derideo - mock, make fun of (Stage
    16)
   6. Haero haerere haesi – stick, cling
    (Stage 17)
   7. soleo solere – be accustomed,
    usually (17)
From the Previous Class -
   3rd Conjugation VERBS:
          1.   Decido decidere decidi - fall down
          2.   dico dicere dixi - say, speak
          3.   ruo ruere rui - rush
          4.   traho trahere traxi - draw, drag
          5.   claudo claudere clausi - close, shut, block
          6.   vinco vincere vici - conquer
        7.     dimitto dimittere dimisi - send away, dismiss
        8.     Pono ponere posui - put, place
        9.     tollo tollere sustuli - raise, lift up
        10.    verto vertere verti - turn
New Vocabulary, Stage 17
3rd Conjugation:
11. Resisto resistere restiti (+dat)
 = resist
From the previous class -
   3rd Conjugation (-io)
          1.   interficio interficere interfeci - kill

          2. effugio effugere effugi -
           escape
New Vocabulary, p.112
   3rd –io Verbs:
   2. Effugio effugere effugi - escape (16)
   3. recipio recipere recepi –
    recover, take back (Stage 17)
From the previous class
   4th Conjugation VERBS
          1.   advenio advenire adveni - come upon, arrive
          2.   Impedio impedire impedivi - delay, hinder
        3. consentio consentire consensi -
         agree
        4.  punio punire punivi - punish
New Vocabulary, page 112
   4th Conjugation Verbs:
   3. Consentio consentire consensi -
    agree (16)
   4. Punio punire punivi - punish (Stage
    16)
   5. Pervenio pervenire perveni –
    reach, arrive at (Stage 17)
Irregular Verbs
   1. Nolo
   2. Possum
   3. Sum
   4. Volo
   5. Praesum
   6. Redeo
   7. Pereo perire perii - die, perish (16)
   8. Supersum superesse superfui - survive
    (16)
Adjectives, from previous class
1.   Laetus - happy
2.   Iratus - angry
3.   Magnus - big, large
4.   Perterritus - terrified
5.   Meus - my
6.   Multus - much
7.   Multi - many
Adjectives
   8. Optimus - best, excellent
   9. Bonus - good
   10. Parvus - small, little
   11. Tuus - your
   12. Mortuus - dead
   13. Pulcher -handsome, beautiful
Adjectives
   14. Ignavus - ignorant, slow, lazy
   15. Totus - whole, all
   16. Medius - middle
   17. Notus - well-known, famous
   18. Suus - his own, her own, their own
   19. Callidus - shrewd, clever
Adjectives, previous class
      20. Contentus - content, satisfied
      21. Noster - our
      22. Primus - first
      23. Secundus - second
      24. Sollicitus - worried, anxious
      25. Stultus - stupid
      26. Tertius - third
Adjectives
   27. Densus - thick, dense
   28. Aeger - sick, ill
   29. Alter - other, another
   30. Ceteri - others
   31. Fessus - tired, weary
   32. Novus - new
   33. Nullus - no, none
Adjectives
   34. Attonitus - astonished
   35. Decorus - fitting, proper, suitable
   36. Alius - the other
   37. Commodus - suitable
   38. Fractus - broken
   39. Miser - poor, wretched
Adjectives
   40. Paratus - prepared (Stage 16)
   41. Summus - highest, greatest, top (16)
   42. Benignus - kind (Stage 17)
   43. Exanimatus - unconscious (Stage 17)
   44. Invitus - unwilling (Stage 17)
   45. Maximus - greatest, very big, very
    large (Stage 17)
   46. Pauci - few, a few (Stage 17)
Adjectives, 3rd Declension
   1. Fortis forte - brave, strong
   2. Ingens (gen-ingentis) - huge
   3. Omnis omne - all
   4. Ferox (gen-ferocis) - fierce
   5. Liberalis liberale - generous
   6. Utilis utile - useful
Adjectives
      7. Mirabilis mirabile - marvelous, strange,
       wonderful
      8. Difficilis difficile - difficult
      9. Familiaris familiare - familiar
      10. Fidelis fidele - faithful
      11. Nobilis nobile - noble
      12. Melior melior melius - better (Stage 16)
      13. Facilis facilis facile - easy (Stage 17)
Other Vocabulary
1.   Ita vero - yes
2.   Se - himself, herself, itself
3.   Aliquid - something
4.   Apud (+acc) among, at the house of
5.   Cotidie - every die
6.   Diligenter -carefully
7.   Ipse ipsa - himself, herself
Other Vocabulary
      8. Iste - that
      9. Necesse - necessary
      10. Num? - surely . . . Not?
      11. Quam - how
      12. Quamquam - although
      13. -que = and
      14. Ubi - when
Other Vocabulary
      15. Etiam - even
      16. Lente - slowly
      17. Qui quae quod - who, which
    18. Deinde - then (Stage 16)
    19. Inter (+acc) - between, among (16)

    20. Ita - in this way, yes (16)

    21. Nonne? - surely? (16)
Other Vocabulary
      22. Postridie - on the next day (Stage 16)
      23. Simulac, simulatque - as soon as (Stage 16)
    24. A, ab = (+abl) from, away from
     (Stage 17)
    25. Bene - well (17)

    26. Diu - for a long time (Stage 17)

    27. Graviter - seriously (Stage 17)

    28. Huc - here, to this place (Stage 17)

    29. Itaque - and so (Stage 17)
Other Vocabulary
   30. Numquam - never (Stage 17)
   31. Quondam - one day, once (17)
   32. Sine (+abl) - without (Stage 17)
The rest of the vocabulary
   You are to complete any remaining
    vocabulary on your own.
   Use the handout given to you earlier in
    the school year.
We will now go to Stage 17.
   If you get a “D” or an “E” on the Stage
    16 and Stage 17 QUIZ in the next class,
    you MUST attend the tutoring during the
    2nd half of Spartan hour on Monday
    next week!
   You will also have to retest - until you
    earn a “C” or better!!!
Stage 17 - Alexandria
   Cultural Background:
   Alexandria – the magnificence of the
    city, its history and culture, its strategic
    economic position, its importance to the
    daily life of Rome itself, its ferment of
    nationalities and wealth of opportunities.
Stage 17 - Alexandria
   Story Line:
   Quintus describes what happened
    during his stay with Barbillus in
    Alexandria. He survives a riot and an
    (accompanied) visit to the Temple of
    Serapis. Barbillus explains the origin of
    some of his jewelry.
Stage 17 - Alexandria
   New Grammar:
   Genitive singular and plural –
    possession or ownership
   In villa Barbilli habitabam.
   I lived in the house of Barbillus. (whose
    house?)
   I lived in Barbillus’ house.
Turn to page 97
   Note the 5 cases listed.
   Study these words and endings!
   Note the GENITIVE case.
   Write a translation for 1, 2, and 3 in
    Section D on page 97.
Page 97 - Section D
   1. Quintus per multitudinem servorum
    contendit.
   2. Aegyptii in casam fabri ruerunt.
   3. Nulli Graeci in illa parte urbis
    habitabant.
Check your answers -
   1. Quintus per multitudinem servorum
    contendit.
   Quintus hurried through the crowd of slaves.
   2. Aegyptii in casam fabri ruerunt.
   The Egyptians rushed into the house of the
    craftsman. (craftsman’s house)
   3. Nulli Graeci in illa parte urbis habitabant.
    No Greeks were living in that part of the city.
More Practice?
   Page 102 - Section A:
   Choose the correct noun in sentences
    1, 2, and 3 in Section A. Then translate
    the sentences.
   Check with a partner once you have
    translated all 3 sentences
    independently.
   Compare your translations.
Page 102, Section A
   1. In multitudine (Aegyptiorum, Aegyptii)
    stabat senex.
   2. Faber per fenestram (casarum,
    casae) spectabat.
   3. Alexandria erat urbs turbulenta, in viis
    (urbis, urbium) erant multi mercatores
    irati.
Check your answers
   1. In multitudine (Aegyptiorum, Aegyptii) stabat senex.
   In the crowd of Egyptians was standing an old
    man.
   2. Faber per fenestram (casarum, casae) spectabat.
   A workman was watching through the window of
    the house.
   3. Alexandria erat urbs turbulenta, in viis (urbis, urbium) erant multi
    mercatores irati.
   Alexandria was a turbulent city; many angry
    merchangts were in the streets of the city.
Stage 17 - Alexandria
   Turn to pages 92 and 93.
   LOOK at the pictures.
   Try to TRANSLATE each set of
    sentences for each picture (in your
    head).
   Then check with the translations of the
    following screens.
Page 92 - Sentence # 1
   What is in the picture?
Page 92 - Sentence #1
   Alexandria has a large harbor. Near the
    harbor is an island. It is easy for ships
    to arrive at the harbor, because on this
    island is a huge lighthouse. Many ships
    are in the harbor of Alexandria.
Page 92 - Sentence #2
   Look at the people.
   What are they doing?
Page 92 - Sentence #2
   Alexandria is a disorderly city. A huge
    crowd always fills the city. Many
    merchants walk through the streets.
    Many slaves run through the city. Many
    soldiers march through the streets of
    the city. The Roman soldiers are
    guarding the city.
Page 93 - Sentence #3
   What is happening in this picture?
Page 93 - Sentence #3
   After Clemens and I arrived at the city,
    we saw a temple. We hurried to this
    temple, which Augustus Caesar had
    built near the short. In front of the
    Temple of Caesar was an altar. I
    poured wine onto the altar.
Page 93 - Sentence #4
   Describe the inside of this house.
Page 93 - Sentence #4
   Near this city lived Barbillus, a rich man.
    Barbillus often did business with my
    father. He had a splendid house. I
    soon arrived at the house of Barbillus.
    It was easy for me to find the house,
    because Barbillus was a very well-
    known man.
Page 93 - Sentence #5
   What might be happening here?
Page 93 - Sentence #5
   Barbillus had many slaves; I none. “it is
    proper for you to have an Eqyptian
    slave,” said Barbillus. Among the
    slaves of Barbillus was an Eqyptian boy.
    Barbillus, a kind man, gave me this boy.
Homework Assignment
   Read pages 104-110 about Alexandria in
    Egypt. You may have class time today to
    read silently and independently.
   Pick up a copy of the workbook from the cart
    in the front of the classroom.
   Copy questions 1-10 on pages 47 and 48.
   Answer each by writing in complete
    sentences for homework.
Homework
   Reread the cultural information about
    Alexandria. Answer questions 1-10.
   Spend 5-10 minutes looking over the
    new vocabulary words on page 112.
   Study all the vocabulary words that are
    already in your notebook for a
    vocabulary quiz in the next class.
Closure
   What new case did you learn today?
   Why are genitive case endings
    confusing?
   Are you looking forward to reading
    about Eqypt?

				
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