Homework due a.d. VI Idibus Novembris / 6 Νοεμβριου η Τριτη

Elementary Latin~ due  a.d. VI Idibus Novembras

  1. Demonstrative Pronouns: Study hic haec hoc (THIS/THESE).
  2. If you want to get ahead, study for next week: ille illa illud (THAT / THOSE)
  3. Sentences p. 59, 1, 6, 10.
  4. Vocabulary, ch. 9 – for quiz on Friday.
  • locus, -i m place
  • morbus, -i m disease
  • hic, haec, hoc — this; these
  • ille, illa, illud  — that; those
  • unus, -a, -um  — one
  • nullus, -a, um  — none
  • ullus, -a, -um
  • solus, -a, -um – alone
  • neuter, neutra, neutrum – neither
  • alius, alia, aliud  — another, other
  • uter, utra, utrum – either, which (of two)
  • totus, -a, -um whole, entire
  • alter, altera, alterum — other (of two)

Elementary Greek

  1. Lesson 11: Middle and passive voice of verbs
  2. Present/future endings:    ομαι, ει / ηι, εται, ομεθα, εσθε, ονται    — εσθαι
  3. For next week!: Imperfect endings: ομην, ου, ετο, ομεθα, εσθα, οντο
  4. Sentences p. 71, 1, 3, 4, 10.
  5. Vocabulary for sentences:
  • 1. τοπος – place       ελευθερος – free        κινδυνος -danger       μικρος -small       κορη- girl
  • 3. αλλαττω – (middle) take [accussative] in exchange for [genitive]          δωρον – gift           ησυχια – quiet, leisure
  • 4. μηκετι – no longer                 πειθω- (middle) obey           αναξιος-unworthy             δεσποινη- mistress          αξιος-worthy         θεραπαινα- servant           τρεπω- (middle) go             μακρος-  long          οδος- road         εις- into           χωρα- country
  • 10. φυτον- plant, tree           υπο- by          φυλαττω- guard          πορρω- far away from         οικια- house
  1. Ch. 11 vocabulary (for quiz on Friday)
ειμι, εσομαι. be exist; (3rd person singular + accusative + infinitive) it is possible
πειθω,  πεισω  persuade; (+ dative) obey
τρεπω, τρεψω  turn; (middle voice) betake oneself, go
αμαξα, -ης  η  cart, wagon
λιμνη, -ης ξ   marsh, lake
τοπος, -ου ο  place
τροπος, -ου ο turn, way
μακρος, -α, -ον long
μικρος, -α, -ον small, litttle
πορρω far, far off — (preposition + genitive) far away from
υπο  / υπ’ / υφ’    (preposition + genitive, dative, accusative) under

Classical Mythology

  1. Read in Introduction to Mythology, ch 23 – 25, Trickster figures, pp. 339 – 365.

Intermediate Latin

  1. Gerunds, gerundive
  2. Translate sentences.

Intermediate Greek

  1. -μι verbs
  2. Passage to translate

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