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Grammar Review 1: Declensions and Agreement. The Target Vocab Declensions Agreement Exercises with answer key. 1. The Target Vocab Observations?. 1. What percentage of Target Vocab 1 was new to you?. Nouns Adjectives Prepositions Pronouns Relatives etc. Interrogatives Numerals.

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Grammar review 1 declensions and agreement

Grammar Review 1:Declensions and Agreement

The Target Vocab

Declensions

Agreement

Exercises with answer key


1 the target vocab observations

1. The Target VocabObservations?

1. What percentage of Target Vocab 1 was new to you?

  • Nouns

  • Adjectives

  • Prepositions

  • Pronouns

  • Relatives etc.

  • Interrogatives

  • Numerals

  • Adverbs

  • Negatives

  • Interjections

  • Conjunctions

  • Verbs

2. Were any of the categories or terminology unfamiliar?

3. What methods of learning did you find effective?

4. How does the range of words help you to anticipate the themes or styles of the first Reading Exercise from Livy?


2 declensions things that decline

2. DeclensionsThings that decline

  • Nouns

  • Adjectives

  • Prepositions

  • Pronouns

  • Relatives etc.

  • Interrogatives

  • Numerals

  • Adverbs

  • Negatives

  • Interjections

  • Conjunctions

  • Verbs

    • (participles: verbal adjectives)

    • (some infinitives, formed from participles)

    • (gerundives: verbal adjectives)

    • (gerunds: verbal nouns)


2 declensions 1 st declension nouns

2. Declensions1st declension nouns


2 declensions 1 st declension nouns1

2. Declensions1st declension nouns


2 declensions 2 nd declension nouns

2. Declensions2nd declension nouns


2 declensions 2 nd declension nouns1

2. Declensions2nd declension nouns


2 declensions 3 rd declension nouns

2. Declensions3rd declension nouns


2 declensions 3 rd declension nouns1

2. Declensions3rd declension nouns


2 declensions 4 th declension nouns

2. Declensions4th declension nouns


2 declensions 4 th declension nouns1

2. Declensions4th declension nouns


2 declensions 5 th declension nouns

2. Declensions5th declension nouns


2 declensions fifth declension nouns

2. DeclensionsFifth declension nouns


2 declensions adjectives 1 st and 2 nd declension

2. DeclensionsAdjectives: 1st and 2nd declension


2 declensions 3 rd declension adjectives

2. Declensions3rd declension adjectives


2 declensions 3 rd declension adjectives cont

2. Declensions3rd declension adjectives cont.


2 declensions participles and some infinitives decline too

2. DeclensionsParticiples (and some infinitives) decline, too


2 declensions pronouns

2. DeclensionsPronouns


2 declensions pronouns1

2. DeclensionsPronouns


2 declensions pronouns2

2. DeclensionsPronouns


2 declensions pronouns3

2. DeclensionsPronouns


2 declensions pronouns4

2. DeclensionsPronouns


3 agreement noun and adjective and pronoun

3. AgreementNoun and adjective (and pronoun)

1. haecnova et ingensrēs


3 agreement noun and participle

3. AgreementNoun and participle

1. uxor appellans

2. rex, īrātus et perturbātus

3. hīspuerīsexpositīs et moritūrīs


3 agreement noun and appositional noun in case

3. AgreementNoun and appositional noun (in case)

1. bellum, rēspessima

2. Marcō, decimōsacerdōtī


3 agreement subject and subject predicate

3. AgreementSubject and subject-predicate

1. fīliusmeusrexest

2. fīliusmeusrexfactusest

3. fīliusrexdīcitur (esse)

4. hoc oppidummāter mea est


3 agreement accusative and accusative predicate

3. AgreementAccusative and accusative-predicate

1. fīliummeumrēgemfēcērunt

2. hoc oppidummātremmeamesse (habeō)

3. fīliummeumregnātūrumesse(dīcunt)


3 agreement relative and antecedent in number and gender only

3. AgreementRelative and antecedent (in number and gender only)

1. frāter, quemeffugimus, appellat.

2. mātremvideō, quae puerōsexposuit.

3. illascelerafēcistī, quibus bellum factum est.


4 exercises identify the form

Answer key: next slide

4. ExercisesIdentify the form


4 exercises identify the form1

4. ExercisesIdentify the form


4 exercises fill in the blank

Answer key: next slide

4. ExercisesFill in the blank


4 exercises fill in the blank1

4. ExercisesFill in the blank


4 exercises optional reading spotting agreement in livy 1 3 5

4. Exercises (optional reading …)Spotting agreement in Livy 1.3–5

PaxitaconueneratutEtruscisLatinisquefluuiusAlbula, quemnuncTiberimvocant, finisesset.

SilviusdeinderegnatAscanifilius, casuquodam in siluisnatus;

is AeneamSilviumcreat;

is deindeLatinumSilvium.

Abeocoloniaealiquot deductae, “PrisciLatini” appellati.

MansitSilviisposteaomnibus cognomen, quiAlbaeregnarunt.


4 exercises spotting agreement in livy 1 3 5 9 cont

4. ExercisesSpotting agreement in Livy 1.3–5 9 (cont.)

Latino Albaortus, Alba Atys, AtyeCapys, CapyeCapetus, CapetoTiberinus, qui in traiectuAlbulaeamnissubmersuscelebre ad posterosnomenfluminidedit.

AgrippaindeTiberinifilius, post Agrippam Romulus Silvius a patreacceptoimperioregnat.

Aventinofulmineipseictus regnum per manustradidit.

Is sepultusin eocolle qui nuncparsRomanaeesturbis, cognomen collifecit.

Procadeinderegnat.


4 exercises spotting agreement in livy 1 3 5 9 cont1

4. ExercisesSpotting agreement in Livy 1.3–5 9 (cont.)

Is NumitorematqueAmuliumprocreat, Numitori, qui stirpismaximuserat, regnum vetustumSilviaegentislegat.

Plus tamenvispotuit quam voluntaspatrisautverecundiaaetatis: pulsofratreAmuliusregnat.

Additsceleriscelus: stirpemfratrisvirileminteremit, fratrisfiliaeReaeSilviaeper speciemhonoris cum Vestalemeamlegissetperpetuavirginitatespempartusadimit.


4 exercises spotting agreement in livy 1 3 5 9 cont2

4. ExercisesSpotting agreement in Livy 1.3–5 9 (cont.)

Seddebebatur, utopinor, fatistantaeorigourbismaximiquesecundumdeorumopesimperiiprincipium.

Vi compressaVestaliscum geminum partum edidisset, seuitarataseuquiadeusauctorculpaehonestiorerat, Martemincertaestirpispatremnuncupat.

Sednec di nechominesautipsamautstirpem a crudelitateregiavindicant: sacerdosvinctain custodiamdatur, pueros in profluentemaquammittiiubet. …


4 exercises spotting agreement in livy 1 3 5 9 cont3

4. ExercisesSpotting agreement in Livy 1.3–5 9 (cont.)

Forte quadamdivinitus super ripasTiberiseffususlenibusstagnisnecadiriusquam ad iusticursumpoteratamnis…

Itavelutdefunctiregisimperio in proximaalluuieubinuncficusRuminalisest—Romularemvocatamferunt—puerosexponunt.

Vastaetum in his locissolitudineserant.


4 exercises spotting agreement in livy 1 3 5 9 cont4

4. ExercisesSpotting agreement in Livy 1.3–5 9 (cont.)

Tenet fama cum fluitantemalveum, quo expositierantpueri, tenuisin siccoaquadestituisset, lupamsitientemex montibus qui circa sunt ad puerilemvagitumcursumflexisse;

eamsubmissasinfantibusadeomitempraebuisse mammas ut lingua lambentempuerosmagisterregiipecorisinvenerit— Faustulofuissenomenferunt—abeo ad stabulaLarentiaeuxorieducandosdatos.


4 exercises spotting agreement in livy 1 3 5 9 cont5

4. ExercisesSpotting agreement in Livy 1.3–5 9 (cont.)

Sunt qui Larentiamvolgatocorpore“lupam” inter pastoresvocatamputent; indelocumfabulae ac miraculodatum.

Itagenitiitaqueeducati, cum primumadolevitaetas, nec in stabulisnec ad pecorasegnesvenandoperagraresaltus.

Hincroborecorporibusanimisquesumptoiam non ferastantumsubsisteresed in latronespraedaonustos impetus facerepastoribusqueraptadividere et cum his crescentein dies gregeiuvenumseria ac iocoscelebrare.


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