Homework due 10 days before the Kalends of April

Salvete, omnes! / γειά σου!

Elementary Latin

  1. Read ch. 19 on the perfect passive voice of verbs and interrogative adjectives. Here is the perfectpassivesystemverbsHANDOUT.
  2. Sentences to translate: Sententiae Antique: 2 (p. 126); 4, 5 (p. 127).
  3. Quiz on Friday on the perfect, pluperfect, and future perfect passive of verbs (conjugating + translating), and vocabulary from ch. 19:   argumentum (argument); auctor (author); familia (family, household); Graecia (Greece); iudex (judge); iudicium (judgment, decision); scelus, sceleris n (crime); quis? quid? (who? what?); certus (certain) ; gravis (heavy, serious); at  (but); nisi (if not); contra (against); iam (now); delecto (1) delight; paro (1) prepare

Classics and Film

  1. In case you didn’t do this over spring break: ALL of the Agememnon by Aeschylus. The full text is online here or you can download a PDF file.
  2. Watch the documentary Protagonists.

Elementary Greek

  1. Quiz on ch. 18 : 1st aorist tense, present and middle; infinitive; imperatives.
  2. Vocabulary, p 113-114.  Handout on vocabulary words and 1st aorist tense

Intermediate Latin

  1. Selections from Latin prose.
  2. Midterm if you have not yet turned it in!!!!!!


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