Here's our tentative agenda...begin again next semester. Stay tuned for updates!
- Coming Up: Here's a schedule of all the stuff to the end of the quarter. You'll notice that it's coming fast. At the time I'm typing this we have just 7 days of class left before finals! At the time you're reading this, it is almost certainly less.
M 1-8: Quarter 2 Verb Test! (moved to Tuesday!)
T 1-9: 27a, b and c are due.
W 1-10: 27e is due (optional).
T 1-16: Final Exam!
There are no more projects this quarter, but do be patient with me while I get the last one graded. It'll take me several days.
Hey, omnes. We've got two big things left. The Verb test and the final exam. I've posted a more detailed guide for studying for the final below as well as a separate guide just for vocab.
Section I - is just conjugating two verbs in every tense. I'll give you four regular verbs to choose from.
Section II - is translating verbs. It's multiple choice format, choosing the answer that best translates the verb you see.
Etc - There are no other sections, but you can conjugate sum, esse for bonus points just like last time. I'm posting a practice form below. It's the same one we'll practice with in class, but feel free to make extra copies or to get started early.
Section I - is on Grammar. There will be questions on what jobs the different cases do, how to use the different verb stems and translate different verb tenses, and how and why to parse different types of words.
Section II - is on Vocab. See below for a guide on vocab words.
Section III - is on Verb Forms. You'll basically be parsing verbs in multiple choice format.
Section IV - is on Translation. There are three short paragraphs here with different types of questions. Some questions are on grammar, but others are about how to translate phrases or what happens in the story.
Section V - is on Myth. Look back at the Aeneid, Romulus and the kings of Rome (particularly the Tarquins). I'll post what I have on Ovid when we get back to the building from the ice.
Look here for notes on grammar that we've talked about or extra bits that we haven't.
Just in case you ever need reminding of what each case does...
Dative- indirect object
Accusative- direct object
Ablative- adverbial info
Vocative- direct address
How to parse things?
Case: nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, ablative or vocative
Number: singular or plural
Gender: masculine, feminine or neuter
Person: 1st, 2nd or 3rd
Number: singular or plural
Tense: present, imperfect, future, perfect...
Mood: indicative, imperative...
This is the pptx on what each type of ablative means since there are so many.
These are the pronoun forms for you to drill through, if you like.
I'm going to leave any classical myth we talk about down here.