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Stage 14 Test. Adjective-noun agreement Prepositions. Reading Comprehension (18 lines). Multiple Choice – 10 questions. Grammar. With reading comp. passage Degree of adjectives (positive, comparative, superlative) Purpose of cases Nominative = subject, predicate nominative

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Stage 14 test

Stage 14 Test

Adjective-noun agreement

Prepositions


Reading comprehension 18 lines

Reading Comprehension(18 lines)

  • Multiple Choice – 10 questions


Grammar

Grammar

  • With reading comp. passage

    • Degree of adjectives (positive, comparative, superlative)

    • Purpose of cases

      • Nominative = subject, predicate nominative

      • Dative = indirect object

      • Accusative = direct object/object of a special verb/object of some prepositions

      • Ablative = object of prepositions (SID SPACE)

    • Tenses

      • Present

      • Imperfect

      • Perfect

  • Prepositions

    • Does it take the accusative or ablative?

      • http://www.quia.com/jg/789302.html

    • Which form of the word completes the blank?

      • http://www.quia.com/rr/138778.html

    • a/ab, ad, apud, cum, de, in, per, pro, prope


Grammar1

Grammar

  • Adjective Agreement

    • T/F statements about adjectives

      • http://www.quia.com/quiz/710262.html

    • Choose the right form of the adjective (English is given!)

      • http://www.quia.com/cz/69930.html


Vocabulary

Vocabulary

  • Derivatives

    • Multiple choice - 10

  • All translations of quam/quamquam

    • Although

    • As___as possible (quam + superlative adjective)

    • How

    • Than

  • Choose the best translation of the Latin sentence

  • Num, nonne, -ne

  • Uxor/Maritus


Culture

Culture

  • True/False

  • Multiple choice http://www.quia.com/quiz/1237368.html

    • Farming

    • Slaves

  • Which slave has a higher status?


Culture farming

Culture - Farming

  • What food did the Romans bring to Britain?

  • Cherries & peas

  • What type of animals were found on Roman farms in Britain?

  • Cattle, sheep, goats, pigs, dogs, and bees

    • Bees provided honey which was used to sweeten food because there was no refined sugar at that time

  • What main crops did the Romans grow in Britain?

  • Cereal grains – barley, oats, rye, & especially wheat

  • How were grains harvested in Roman Britain?

  • Iron sickles were a simple farm tool used to harvest grain

    • Archaeologists have found seeds of all these crops preserved in the soil


Culture farming1

Culture - Farming

  • Farming tools were made of iron and what other material in Roman Britain?

  • Iron & wood


Culture slaves in roman britain

Culture – Slaves in Roman Britain

  • Which slaves had the highest status in Roman Britain?

  • Skilled house slaves like Varica,Volubilis, Philus, and Domitilla were often imported from abroad.

  • Most of Salvius’ farm slaves would have been British. If they were not captured by the Romans themselves, they would have been purchased by the Romans from Celtic chieftains.

  • Slaves who worked indoors had an easier life than those who did the farm labor. Slaves who worked in the mines, of course, had the harshest life and the shortest life expectancy.

  • In theory, the law gave slaves some protection. For example, an owner who killed a sick slave could be charged with murder.


Culture slaves in roman britain1

Culture – Slaves in Roman Britain

  • Which slaves had the highest status in Roman Britain?

  • Skilled house slaves like Varica,Volubilis, Philus, and Domitilla were often imported from abroad.

  • Most of Salvius’ farm slaves would have been British. If they were not captured by the Romans themselves, they would have been purchased by the Romans from Celtic chieftains.

  • Slaves who worked indoors had an easier life than those who did the farm labor. Slaves who worked in the mines, of course, had the harshest life and the shortest life expectancy.

  • In theory, the law gave slaves some protection. For example, an owner who killed a sick slave could be charged with murder.


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