Homework due a.d. xvii Kalendis Decembris / 15 Νοέμβριου 2013


Elementary Latin

For Friday: Quiz on translation of a few short sentences. (Vocabulary will be provided.)

Extra credit: The third conjugation.

rego, regere (rule)           duco, ducere (lead)          ago, agere (drive)

~ the present tense and endings:
“I rule, you rule, etc.”
rego, regis, regis, regit, regimus, regitis, regunt.
-o, -is, -it, -imus, -itis, -unt

~ the imperfect tense:
“I ruled, you ruled, etc.”
regebam, regebas, regebas, regebamus, regebatis, regebant.
– stem + e = bam, bas, bat, bamus, batis, bant

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Elementary Greek

For Friday: Quiz on translation of a few short sentences. (Vocabulary will be provided.)
Extra credit: conjugating a verb in present, future, imperfect, aorist tenses; declining 1st, 2nd declension nouns.

Practice: Conjugate in all 4 tenses. φυλαττω, φυλαξω, εφυλαξα (guard).

Decline: η ειρήνη
η άμαξα


The Theater of the Greeks

Read Aristophanes’  comedy, Clouds.


Intermediate Latin

Cum clauses and other uses of the subjunctive .

Other ways to use the subjunctive.

Translate: First 6 l/2 lines (up to ‘discedamus’):

De Lucretia

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