Complete Visual Latin, Lesson 28.
Quiz for Friday: Know the three 3rd declension adjectives with three endings on Visual Latin, page 3. I will give you sharp, and you will need to give me acer, acris, acre. Know the three 3rd declension adjectives with two endings on Visual Latin, page 4. I will give you short, you will need to give me brevis, breve. Know the three 3rd declension adjectives with one ending on Visual Latin, page 5. I will give you fierce, and you will need to give me ferox, ferocis. Lastly, be able to tell me why you write two words for the adjectives that have only one ending. Hint: it is the sentence after the adjectives on page 5.
Please complete lesson XXII. We will do Exercise B, page 98 together in class.
For Friday’s quiz know this week’s Latin saying and vocabulary. Also, be able to decline fons, fontis.
I highly encourage the students to use Quizlet this week or some other method to help in memorizing this week’s vocabulary. The words look deceptively easy, but they are not words that stick in the memory very well.
Welcome back from spring break! Eight weeks left! You can do it!
Finish Lesson XXI. We didn’t get a lot of it done in class due to the Review Test.
We’ll do Exercise B, page 94 together this Friday.
I’ll put lesson XXI vocabulary on Quizlet Monday.
I hope everyone had a great spring break! Congratulation to Claire on becoming an aunt to an adorable baby boy!
Your only assignment for the week is to finish translating Lingua Latina, Chapter XI. There is no quiz this week, but I will give you a grade on how well you know the plot of the chapter.
Continue translating Lingua Latina, Chapter XI, lines 46-100.
Quiz for Friday: Visual Latin, Lesson 27, page 2 on imperatives.
There US no written assignment for thus week.
This Friday is our Unit IV Test! You need to know the Latin sayings, vocabulary, and grammar forms on page 90. Also, know the 1st, 2nd, and 4th conjugation endings for regular principal parts. Be able to conjugate “audio” with meanings in the present and imperfect tenses. Be able to decline “lex” and “pars.” Know the gender rules for 3rd declension nouns.
Study hard; you’re doing great!
Your only homework is to study for this week’s quiz which is the first 25 words on the Chapter XI Vocabulary sheet I handed out. I’ll give you the Latin; you will give me the English. ALSO on the quiz: you will need to decline corpus, corporis; fumen, fluminis; mare, maris; and animal, animalis. You can find their declensions on the Chapter XI study sheet I gave you on Friday. Just to be clear, for corpus, corpora you will have to put
nom. corpus corpora
gen. corporis corporum
dat. corpori corporibus
acc. corpus corpora
abl. corpore corporibus
Finish Lesson XX. This is the last lesson before our Unit Review, so if you have extra time, you might want to start looking over the vocabulary, grammar, and Latin sayings on page 90. These will be covered in class on Friday, however.
Quiz for Friday: Know the Latin saying and vocabulary from Lesson XX and be able to decline civis.
Finish lesson XIX except exercise B, page 84.
Quiz for Friday: chapter xix Latin saying, vocabulary, and be able to decline dux, ducis.
Finish Visual Latin 26 worksheets.
Quiz for Friday: active and passive infinitive on VL Lesson 26, page 2. I’ll give you the Latin; you’ll give me the correct translation.