Schedule/assignment info will go here. Here's a partial schedule. Check back for a more complete one on Monday.
M 10-22: relatives of characteristic, 65c
W 10-24: Auctores Due!
R 10-25: independent subjunctives, 66a and b
F 10-26: Comprehension Quiz III!
M 10-29: conditions, 67a
T 10-30: Comprehension Quiz IV!
W 10-31: Comprehension Quiz V!
Here's the new project info! I've also posted a link to the Latin Library that has all the texts you could want for free!
Test info goes here! This is the stuff from test 2, for anyone who needs a make up.
Section I - is on verbs. You have to parse them.
Section II - is translation/reading. You'll be given a few lines to translate from 59 directly plus a story to read and answer questions about based on 59.
Section III - is on sport.
Section IV - is optional and on identifying ablatives.
Here's vocab words that I'll make the 60 quiz out of:
valere, sin, consilium, amens, prodesse
ut, praedium, fames, istic, potestas
persequi, hortari, equidem, explicare, pristinus
virtus, salus, studium, ops, affligere
censere, cum, dubitare, etsi, mereri
confidere, gratia, dignitas, uti, ignoscere
I'm going to be posting some grammar reference material here. Particularly stuff on cases, but possibly other relevant stuff too.
VOCAB FOR QUARTER 2
The Word file below has the 8 verb lists with the dates that we quizzed them last year. When we hit quarter 2, I'll fix the dates, but in the meantime I'm going to leave it here.
UPDATE!!! - vovo should be voveo - fix that while you study!
I'm going to put a bunch of sport and spectacle history stuff down here, but since these slides contain very few words I'll put up some notes to go along with them. This will help clue you in to key terms and such.