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Ch. 15 Lud ī Funebr ēs Ch. 16 In Aula. Ch 15 Vocab. alius, -a, -um - aqua - claudere, claus ī - commodus, -a, -um - deb ēre, debuī - effigiēs, effigiis - equus - etiam - fractus, -a, -um -. Ch 15 Vocab. imped īre, impedīvī - lectus - lentē - *mare, maris -

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Ch. 15

Ludī Funebrēs

Ch. 16

In Aula


Ch 15 Vocab

alius, -a, -um -

aqua -

claudere, clausī -

commodus, -a, -um -

debēre, debuī -

effigiēs, effigiis -

equus -

etiam -

fractus, -a, -um -


Ch 15 Vocab

impedīre, impedīvī -

lectus -

lentē -

*mare, maris -

miser, -a, -um -

nauta -

*plaustrum -

praesum, praeesse -


Ch 15 Vocab

princeps, principis -

qui, quae, quod -

redīre, rediī -

sacerdos, sacerdotis -

*saxum -

tenēre, tenuī -

unda -

vincere, vicī -


Chapter 15 Sentences

  • Translate the sentences on p.52-53

  • Copy chart on p. 199


Caerimonia - p.56-57

  • Translate the story (may work with a partner)

  • Homework - answer the questions (p.57) about the translation


Gender

  • All nouns have a gender

    • Masculine, feminine, neuter

  • All adjectives can change their endings to match the gender of the noun

    • commodus, -a, -um (1st/2nd decl. adj)

    • facilis (3rd decl. adj)

  • Adjectives should be declined to match the nouns

  • The declension of the noun or adjective will not change

    • Facilis will never become facila or facilus


Adjectives and Gender

Sacerdotēs effigiem ceratam portabant.

Rex fabrōs callidōs laudavit.

Ancilla ignava laborare nolebant.


Adjectives and Gender

Quintus regī Britannicō donum elegit.

Varica contentionem cum praecursoribus iratīs habēbat.


PRACTICE

  • complete exercise 15.8 (p.28)


RelativeClauses

  • p. 58 C

  • p. 63 A, B


RelativeClauses

  • p. 63 C

  • worksheet


Ludī Funebrēs (p.60-62)

  • As a table, translate the story

    • Either as a timeline of activities or as a “Sports Center” style broadcast

  • Once you have completed the story, use the information to complete 15.6 (p.26) in the workbook


Ch. 16 vocab

aedificāre, aedificavī -

* auxilium -

consentīre, consensī -

consilium -

deinde -

delectāre, delectavī -

deridēre, derisī -

dimittere, dimisī -

effugere, effugī -


Ch. 16 vocab

faber -

flos, floris -

imperator, imperatoris -

inter -

ita -

melior -

navigāre, navigavī -

nonne? -

paratus, -a, -um


Ch. 16 vocab

perīre, periī -

ponere, posuī -

postridie -

punīre, punivī -

simulac -

summus, -a, -um -

supersum, superesse -

tollere, sustulī -

vertere, vertī -


Review

  • Review the vocab from ch. 15 &16

  • If you finish early, begin the sentences on p.72-73


Review Day

  • Go over crossword puzzle

  • Go over ch. 16 sentences

  • 16.5 (verbs)

  • 16.1 1-2 (places)


Final Review- Day 1

  • As a table, come up with 25 review questions.

    • Topics:

      • Vocab (no more than 5)

      • Verbs/tenses

      • Declensions/usage

      • Short sentence translations (no more than 5)

      • Adjectives

      • Indirect/Direct objects

      • Prepositions

        * Have an answer key on a separate sheet of paper *


Viridis

Caeruleus

Rosea

Orangeus


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