Elementary Latin a.d. Idibus Novembris

1. Learn the endings for the present and future tenses of the 3rd conjugation (see p. 49 in Wheelock).

2. Conjugate and translate in the present and future tenses: duco, ducere (lead) and gero, gerere (wage, bear).

3. Vocabulary to learn: dum (while); ad (preposition + accusative), to, towards; ex/e (preposition + ablative), out of; numquam (never); tamen (nevertheless).

4. Sentences to translate:

Romani multa bella cum Germanis gerebant.

Cives campum non relinquent, sed patriam defendent.

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