Quiz on (1) principal parts of verbs and (2) perfect tense of verbs and (3) ch. 12 vocabulary.
- Principal parts of verbs: (1) 1st person present — (2) infinitive — (3) 1st person perfect — (4) perfect passive participle. Be able to
- label each part
- EXTRA CREDIT — give the principal parts for a 1st conjugation verb like laudo, laudare, laudavi, laudatum.
- Perfect tense of verbs: stem from 3rd principal part without -i- + i, isti, it, imus, istis, erunt
- Not on the quiz Pluperfect tense of verbs: stem from 3rd principal part without -i- + eram, eras, erat, eramus, eratis, erant
- Not on the quiz Future perfect tense of verbs: stem from 3rd principle part without -i- + ero, eris, erit, erimus, eritis, erunt
- Vocabulary ch. 12
- annus m year
- mater, matris f mother
- pater, patris m father
- principium n beginning
- pro (preposition + ablative) in front of, before, for the sake of
- diu for a long time
- nuper recently
- amitto, amittere, amisi, amissum lost
- cado, cadere, cecidi, casrum. fall
- creo, creare, creavi, creatum. create
- Quiz on Personal Pronouns and οδε, ηδε, τοδε this, these
- Read in Introduction to Mythology, ch. 42- 44, pp. 617 – 683.
- Oral presentations: Topic is below. Due on Friday, 18 November: 1-2 paragraphs about your topic for the presentation/paper; include the names/titles/author of the ancient primary text(s) and the movie, book, video game, etc.; what myths you will be talking about; what concepts about myth you will refer to. You can email your topic by Friday, 11am, or submit a printed-out copy.
- Incorporate sufficient reference to a primary text (Hesiod, Ovid, Sophocles, etc.)
- Include discussion of concepts about myth such as: ritual, liminality, hero, trickster, paratactic/syntactic, archetype, family romance.
- 10 minutes long
- Powerpoint-type visual aids and other media, paper handouts are welcome
Schedule for Presentations (so far)
November 18 paragraph is DUE
November 29 Erica
December 2 Jeff, John, Scott, Joe, James
December 6 Janel, Yomna, Allyson, Aaron
December 9 Carmella, Tom, Zunaira, Marcus
- Cicero passage.
- Μοre -μι verbs
- Passage to translate