Homework due a.d. x Kalendis Decembris / 22 Νοέμβριου 2013


Elementary Latin

Quiz on hic, haec, hoc (this; these) and the personal pronouns (ego, tu, now, vos).

Singular Plural
M F N M F N
NOM hic haec hoc hi hae haec
GEN huius huius huius horum harum horum
DAT huic huic huic his his his
ACC hunc hanc hoc hos has haec
ABL hoc hac hoc his his his
   

Nominative              ego                   nos
Genitive                mei                   nostrum
Dative                  mihi                  nobis
Accusative              me                    nos
Ablative                me                    nobis
Nominative              tu                    vos
Genitive                tui                   vestrum
Dative                  tibi                  vobis
Accusative              te                    vos
Ablative                te                    vobis

We don’t yet have to know this one: is, ea, id / ei, eae, ea  (he, she, it /they)

 


Elementary Greek

  1. Quiz on relative pronoun and translating αυτος, αυτη, αυτο — (1) self (emphatic) (2) he, she, it (used for the third pers. pron.) (3) the same
  2. Translate these phrases (answers posted on Thursday night):

 

  1. ὁ αὐτὸς λόγος
  2. ὁ λόγος αὐτός
  3. ὁ αὐτὸς κύριος
  4. τὴν αὐτὴν ἀγάπην
  5. τὰ αὐτὰ γράφειν
  6. αὐτὸς λέγω
  7. ὁ δὲ αὐτὸς διδάσκαλος
  8. καὶ ἐγὼ αὐτὸς ἄνθρωπος
  9. αὐτὸς γὰρ λέγει τοὺς αὐτοὺς λόγους αὐτοῖς.
masc. fem. neuter
sing. nom. ὅς
gen. οὗ ἧς οὗ
dat.
acc. ὅν ἥν

pl. nom. οἵ αἵ
gen. ὧν ὧν ὧν
dat. οἷς αἷς οἷς
acc. οὕς ἅς

The Theater of the Greeks

For whatever play you’ve been assigned, find at least three passages (each no more than 10 lines long) that you think are significant for the play. Copy these out and submit them at the start of class (via hard copy or email to Dr. Chew) by the start of class on Friday.

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Plays we have read:

Aeschylus: Agamemnon, Libation Bearers, Furies

Sophocles: Antigone, Oedipus Tyrannos, Oedipus at Colonus, Ajax (Chelsey) Philoctetes (Janelle). (Women at Trachis)

Euripides: Medea (Sam). Hippolytus (Ami), Alcestis (Kevin), Bacchae (Roger).

Aristophanes: Frogs (Jennifer), Clouds (Yomna)

Bacchae (Frankfurt)

Bacchae (Greek)

Bacchae (Rio de Janeiro)


Intermediate Latin

Explanation of Conditional Clauses.

Translate Catullus, carmen LXXVI

SIQVA recordanti benefacta priora uoluptas
est homini, cum se cogitat esse pium,
nec sanctam uiolasse fidem, nec foedere nullo
diuum ad fallendos numine abusum homines,
multa parata manent in longa aetate, Catulle,
ex hoc ingrato gaudia amore tibi.
nam quaecumque homines bene cuiquam aut dicere possunt
aut facere, haec a te dictaque factaque sunt.
omnia quae ingratae perierunt credita menti.
quare iam te cur amplius excrucies?
quin tu animo offirmas atque istinc teque reducis,
et dis inuitis desinis esse miser?

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