Exercise 17b Using the irregular verbs volo velle, nolo nolle, fero ferre and eo ire. Exercise 17b 1. In fossam descendere nolo. 1. I do not wish to descend into the ditch. Exercise 17b 2. Plaustrum onus fert. 2. The wagon is carrying a load. Exercise 17b 3. Cornelii et Eucleides ad cauponam eunt. 3. The Corneilius Family and Eucleides are going to an inn. Exercise 17b 4. Syrus raedam e fossã extrahere vult. 4. Syrus wishes to pull the carriage out of the ditch. Exercise 17b 5. Cistas ad raedam ferimus. 5. We are carrying the trunks to the carriage. Exercise 17b 6. Cum amicîs Romam eo. 6. I am going to Rome with friends. Exercise 17b 7. Aurelia in cauponã pernoctare non vult. 7. Aurelia does not wish to spend the night in the inn. Exercise 17b 8. I, fatue! 8. I am stupid! 8. Go, stupid! Exercise 17b 9. Servi cistas ferunt. 9. The slaves are carrying the trunks. Exercise 17b 10. Ubi pernoctare vis, domine? 10. Where do you wish to spend the night, master? Exercise 17b 11. Noli in cauponam ire, Cornelia! 11. Don’t go into the inn, Cornelia! Exercise 17b 12. Fer aquam, serve! 12. Bring water, slave!