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Pluperfect Tense Review of Verb Forms. Stage 16 Review. Reading Comprehension. Passage and M/C questions (15) “Bregans somnians (dreaming)”. Grammar. Based on passage (8) Tenses Present, imperfect, perfect, pluperfect Adjectives/adverbs Positive, comparative, superlative

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reading comprehension
Reading Comprehension
  • Passage and M/C questions (15) “Bregans somnians (dreaming)”
grammar
Grammar
  • Based on passage (8)
    • Tenses
      • Present, imperfect, perfect, pluperfect
    • Adjectives/adverbs
      • Positive, comparative, superlative
    • -ne, -que, quod
    • Case functions; i.e. noun endings
    • Pronouns
grammar1
Grammar
  • Tense translations and recognition (17)
    • Present
    • Imperfect
    • Perfect
    • Pluperfect
    • http://www.quia.com/quiz/710291.html
  • Choose the right form of qui/quae/quod AND proper translation of relative clauses (10 mc)
  • Ex. saltatrixsaxum, ___secumtulerat, tenebat.

a. quod b. quem c. quam d. quae

  • The dancing-girl was holding a rock, which she had brought with her.
  • The relative pronoun refers to saxum. Saxum is a neuter singular noun and is the direct object of the clause; therefore, the singular, accusative, neuter relative pronoun “quod” must be used.
grammar2
Grammar
  • Prepositional Phrases (5)
    • Choose the correct form of the word for the phrase (Ablative or Accusative?)
    • English translation given
    • http://www.quia.com/jg/789327.html
vocabulary
Vocabulary
  • Antonyms (4)
  • Derivatives (10)
    • http://www.quia.com/hm/232018.html
    • http://www.quia.com/cm/97523.html
  • Asking questions (4 – choose the best translation)
    • -ne, nonne, num, ubi

http://www.quia.com/quiz/710286.html

culture
Culture
  • Info about Fishbourne M/C (8)
  • Culture and Story statements T/F
  • Character matching
    • Belimicus, Clemens, Dumnorix, Germanicus, Salvius
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