Elementary Latin a.d. XVII Kalendis Aprilis

Update, 8.45am, 15 April, 2010, Thursday: There is no class today and the quiz is postponed till Monday. The 12 noon class meeting will still be held. Thank you about yesterday; my son is ok but was up from 2-6am this morning/night.

Sincerely,

Dr. Chew


QUIZ tomorrow: declining 1 noun (m/f) in 4th declension and in 5th declension.
Conjugating 1 verb in the imperfect and future tenses, PASSIVE voice, and translating each verb.

Translation practice:

Hic est exercitus.
Hic est exercitus Romanus.
Hic est exercitus Romanus, qui…..
Hic est exercitus Romanus qui vicit.
Hic est exercitus Romanus qui orbem terrarum vicit.

Sentit.
Sentit spiritum.
Sentit spiritum dei.
Sentit spiritum dei in se.
Sentit spiritum dei in se et timet.

Hic est dies.
Hic est dies magnus.
Hic est dies magnus, in……
Hic est dies magnus in quo…….
Hic est dies magnus, in quo exercitum……
Hic est dies magnus, in quo exercitum Romanum…….
Hic est dies magnus, in quo exercitum Romanum pugnabimus.

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