Homework due a.d. xii Kalendis Decembris

There was no ‘official’ homework; this is what we’ll be working on in the upcoming week. Hope you had a good break — Dr. Chew

Elementary Latin

  1. Ch. 8: Third conjugation
  2. Present tense endings: o, is, it, is, imus, itis, unt
  3. Imperfect tense endings: e + bam, bas, bat, bamus, batis, bant
  4. Future tense endings: am, es, et, emus, etis, ent
  5. Pronouns: ego, tu, is/ea/id, nos, vos, ei/eae/ea = I, you, he/she/it, we, you, they
  6. More pronouns: hic, haec, hoc = THIS, THESE;  ille, illa, illud = THAT, THOSE

Vocabulary, ch. 8

  • frater, fratris m brother
  • laus, laudis f praise
  • libertas, libertatis f liberty, freedom
  • ratio, rationis f reason
  • soror, sororis f sister
  • ad + accusative  into, towards
  • ex / e  + ablative  out of
  • numquam  never
  • ago, agere, egi, actum.   drive
  • disco, discere, didici. learn
  • doceo, docere, docui, doctum. teach
  • duco, ducere, duxi, ductum. lead
  • gero, gerere, gessi, gestum. carry (on)
  • scribo, scribere, scripsi, scriptum. write
  • vinco, vincere, vici, victum. conquer


  1. ego, meus, mihi, me, me  — I, me
  2. tu, tuus, tibi, te, te — you
  3. is, ea, id  — he, she, it; they
  4. nos, nostrum, nobis, nos, nobis   — we, us
  5. vos, vestrum, vobis, vos, vobis  — you (pl)
  6. hic, haec, hoc. this,;these
  7. ille, illa, illud. that; those

Elementary Greek

  1. Ch. 13: Relative Pronoun;  άλλος, άλλη, άλλο; αύτός, αύτή, αύτό
  2. 3 meanings of αύτός, αύτή, αύτό: (1) self; (2) same; (3) he, she, it; they

ἄλλος, ἄλλη, ἄλλο. other, another

αὐτός, αὐτή, αὐτό. self; same; he, she, it.

ἡ βουλή. plan, council.

βουλεύω. plan.

ἥκω, ἥξω. come, arrive.

κελεύω. command.

ἐπί. at, on, upon, against

ἡ ὧρα. time

Greek history

  • Oral presentations on your paper continue; instructions are here.
  • Read in the Landmark Edition of Thucydides, Book One, p. 3 – 55.

On democracy in 4th century BCE Athens: Empire and radical democracy

Intermediate Greek

  1. -μι verbs

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