Homework due the 16th of November MMX

HOMEWORK due ante diem XVI Kalendis Decembris
~all assignments should be completed by the start of class on Tuesday, 16 November.

Elementary Latin

  1. Read ch. 9 on demonstrative adjectives and learn ille, illa, illud = ‘that, those’ and hic, haec, hoc = ‘this, these’. A few songs.
  2. Sentences (Sententiae Antiquae) p. 59, 1-4. Answers WILLbe posted on Sunday night.

Roman Law

  1. Read in Textbook on Roman Law, ch 9 on contracts (pp. 290-317).
  2. 2nd paper topic coming up……

Elementary Greek

  1. Read pp. 65-69 on the active/middle/passive voice of verbs.
  2. Conjugate in τρεπω and πειθώ the
    present,
    future,
    and imperfect

    In the
    middle and passive voices
  3. Sentences p. 71, 9 and 2.

Intermediate Latin

  1. ch. 34 on deponent verbs—quiz on Tuesday (words below–click on ‘more’)
  2. p. 242, poem 51 by Catullus.

Intermediate Latin deponent verbs

arbitror

conor.

egredior. gradus-step

egredior, egredi, egressus

fateor, fateri, fassus sum. confess, admit

hortor. encourage, exhort

loquor, loqui, locutus sum. speak

molior, moliri, molitus. build, undertake. moles

morior, mori, mortuus sum. die moriturus. about to die

nascor, nasci, natus. be born

patior, pati, passus sum. suffer, endure, bear

proficiscor, proficisci, profectus sum. depart, set out

sequor, sequi, secutus sum. follow

utor, uti, usus sum. use, enjoy + ablative.

duco, ducere. present passive infinitive duci, ‘to be led’

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