More than you probably want to know about Roman numerals.
Quiz on (1) Conjugating a verb in the present tense; (2) vocabulary, p. 5; (3) a sentence to translate (extra credit)
|1st person||λύω||I loose||λύομεν||we loose|
|2nd person||λύεις||you loose||λύετε||you (plural) loose|
|3rd person||λύει||he, she, it looses||λύουσι||they loose|
The Theater of the Greeks
Read Sophocles, Antigone (pp. 3-60).
Choose a paper topic.
Outline of Greek history (PDF)
1st paper will be due October 4, Friday.
Midterm will be October 15, Tuesday.
Read: Ch. 23, Participles
Translate Sententiae Antiquae, p. 189, 1-5
Form the participles for: dico, dicere, dixi, dictum (say); audio, audire, audivi, auditum (hear).
Latin has 4 participles: