Here's a tentative schedule that runs through the end of the semester. If you have questions, let me know soon.
M 5-22: 53b is due.
T 5-23: Quarter 4 Verb Test!
F 5-26: Vocab Quiz 52, 53, 54!
M 5-30: 54b is due.
T 5-31: 54d is due.
M 6-5: 2nd final
T 6-6: 3rd final
Here's the breakdown of the final exam (on the 5th/6th!). I'm still editing the exam itself, but the format is set up. I've posted below a Word file with much more detailed information about what to expect in each section as well as page numbers for reference in your textbooks. I've also uploaded a second Word file just for vocab words and a PDF that lists all the case functions you need to know (thanks, NK).
Section I - is on vocab.
Section II - is on grammar.
Section III - is on subordinate clauses.
Section IV - is on verb parsing.
Section V - is on numbers.
Section VI - is on translation/comprehension.
Section VII - is on history.
Our last test for the quarter is the verb test on the 23rd (Tuesday)! You'll be asked to conjugate one of two verbs completely.
Want to see a sample? There's one attached below.
Want some bonus points? You can get them by conjugating sum, esse as many ways as you know how.
If you'd like to relisten to anything we heard in class from Lars Brownworth (i.e. on Diocletian or Constantine), here's a link to his site. Also, I was unable to upload my presentation on the Flavians, but don't forget about them (between the JCs and the 5 goods)!