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Stage 29 Vocabulary Words. 1. ali ī… aliī some… others 2. aliquando sometimes 3. amplexus, amplexa, amplexum having embraced 4. audācia, audāciae, f., boldness, audacity 5. carmen, carminis, n., song, poem

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Stage 29 vocabulary words
Stage 29 Vocabulary Words

1. aliī… aliī some… others

2. aliquando sometimes

3. amplexus, amplexa, amplexum having embraced

4. audācia, audāciae, f., boldness, audacity

5. carmen, carminis, n., song, poem

6. circumveniō, circumvenīre, circumvēnī, circumventus surround

7. corōna, corōnae, f., garland, wreath

8. cursus, cursūs, m., course, flight

9. dēfessus, dēfessa, dēfessum exhausted, tired

10. dolor, dolōris, m., grief, pain


Stage 29 vocabulary words1
Stage 29 Vocabulary Words

11. ferrum, ferrī, n., iron, sword

12. incēdō, incēdere, incessī, incessus march, stride

13. līberī, līberōrum, m., pl., children

14. lūx, lūcis, f., light

15. mālō, mālle, māluī, ----- prefer

16. obscūrus, obscūra, obscūrum dark, gloomy

17. ōdī I hate

18. perficiō, perficere, perfēcī, perfectus finish

19. populus, populī, m., people

20. prius earlier


Stage 29 vocabulary words2
Stage 29 Vocabulary Words

21. quiēs, quiētis, f., rest

22. redūcō, redūcere, redūxī, reductus lead back

23. salūs, salūtis, f., safety, health

24. scelus, sceleris, n., crime

25. serviō, servīre, servīvī, servitus serve as a slave

26. sors, sortis, f., lot

27. spernō, spernere, sprēvī, sprētus despise, reject

28. undique on all sides

29. vester, vestra, vestrum your (plural)

30. vīvus, vīva, vīvum alive, living


The present passive
The Present Passive

The First Conjugation

portor I am carried, I am being carried

portāris you are carried

portātur he is carried

portāmur we are carried

portāminī you all are carried

portantur they are carried


The present passive1
The Present Passive

The Second Conjugation

doceor I am taught, I am being taught

docēris you are taught

docētur he is taught

docēmur we are taught

docēminī you all are taught

docentur they are taught


The present passive2
The Present Passive

The Third Conjugation

trahor I am dragged, I am being dragged

traheris you are dragged

trahitur he is dragged

trahimur we are dragged

trahiminī you all are dragged

trahuntur they are dragged


The present passive3
The Present Passive

The Third-iō Conjugation

capior I am taken, I am being taken

caperis you are taken

capitur he is taken

capimur we are taken

capiminī you all are taken

capiuntur they are taken


The present passive4
The Present Passive

The Fourth Conjugation

audior I am heard, I am being heard

audīris you are heard

audītur he is heard

audīmur we are heard

audīminī you all are heard

audiuntur they are heard


The imperfect passive
The Imperfect Passive

The First Conjugation

portābar I was being carried

portābāris you were being carried

portābātur he was being carried

portābāmur we were being carried

portābāminī you all were being carried

portābantur they were being carried


The imperfect passive1
The Imperfect Passive

The Second Conjugation

docēbar I was being taught

docēbāris you were being taught

docēbātur he was being taught

docēbāmur we were being taught

docēbāminī you all were being taught

docēbantur they were being taught


The imperfect passive2
The Imperfect Passive

The Third Conjugation

trahēbar I was being dragged

trahēbāris you were being dragged

trahēbātur he was being dragged

trahēbāmur we were being dragged

trahēbāminī you all were being dragged

trahēbantur they were being dragged


The imperfect passive3
The Imperfect Passive

The Third-iō Conjugation

capiēbar I was being taken

capiēbāris you were being taken

capiēbātur he was being taken

capiēbāmur we were being taken

capiēbāminī you all were being taken

capiēbantur they were being taken


The imperfect passive4
The Imperfect Passive

The Fourth Conjugation

audiēbar I was being heard

audiēbāris you were heard

audiēbātur he was being heard

audiēbāmur we were being heard

audiēbāminī you all were being heard

audiēbantur they were being heard


Relative clauses of purpose
Relative Clauses of Purpose

I. In Stage 29 we meet purpose clauses used with forms of the relative pronoun quī.

fēmina servum mīsit quī cibum emeret.*

The woman sent a slave who would buy the food.

*This form of purpose clause is found chiefly after mittō and relinquō.

II. Adverbial purpose clauses with ubi.

locum quaerēbāmus ubi stārēmus.

We were looking for a place where we might stand.


nox

nox erat. lūna stēllaeque in caelō serēnō fulgēbant. tempus erat quō hominēs quiēscere solent. Rōmae tamen nūlla erat quiēs, nūllum silentium.

magnīs in domibus, ubi dīvitēs habitābant, cēnae splendidae cōnsūmēbantur. cibus sūmptuōsus ā servīs offerēbātur; vīnum optimum ab ancillīs fundēbātur; carmina ā citharoedīs perītissimīs cantābantur.

in altīs autem īnsulīs, nūllae cēnae splendidae cōnsūmēbantur, nūllī citharoedī audiēbantur. ībi pauperēs, famē paene cōnfectī, vītam miserrimam agēbant. aliī ad patrōnōs epistulās scrībēbant ut auxilium eōrum peterent, aliī scelera ac fūrta committere parābant.

prope forum magnus strepitus audiēbātur. nam arcus magnificus in Viā Sacrā exstruēbātur. ingēns polyspaston arcuī imminēbat. fabrī, quī arcum exstruēbant, dīligentissimē

labōrābant. *lines 1-14 page 153


Nox continued
nox continued…

aliī figūrās in arcū sculpēbant; aliī titulum in fronte arcūs īnscribēbant; aliī marmor ad summum arcum tollēbant. omnēs strēnuē labōrābant ut arcum ante lūcem perficerent. nam Imperātor Domitiānus hunc arcum frātrī Titō postrīdiē dēdicāre volēbat. Titum vīvum ōderat; mortuum tamen eum honōrāre cupiēbat. Domitiānus enim favōrem populī Rōmānī, quī Titum maximē dīlēxerat, nunc sibi conciliāre volēbat.

praeerat huic operī Quīntus Haterius Latrōniānus, redēmptor nōtissimus. eā nocte ipse fabrōs furēns incitābat. aderat quoque Gāius Salvius Līberālis, Hateriī patrōnus, quī eum invicem flāgitābat ut opus ante lūcem perficeret. anxius enim erat Salvius quod Imperātōrī persuāserat ut Haterium operī praeficeret. ille igitur fabrīs, quamquam omnīnō dēfessī erant, identidem imperāvit nē labōre dēsisterent.

Glitus, magister fabrōrum, Haterium lēnīre temptābat.

lines 15-29, page 154


Nox continued1
nox continued…

“ecce, domine!” inquit. “fabrī iam arcum paene perfēcērunt. ultimae litterae titulī nunc īnscrībuntur; ultimae figūrae scupuntur; ultimae marmoris massae ad summum arcum tolluntur.”

paulō ante hōram prīmam, fabrī arcum tandem perfēcērunt; abiērunt omnēs ut quiēscerent. paulīsper urbs silēbat.

ūnus faber tamen, domum per forum rediēns, subitō trīstēs fēminārum duārum clāmōrēs audīvit. duae enim captīvae, magnō dolōre affectae, in carcere cantābant:

“mī Deus! mī Deus! respice mē! quārē mē dēseruistī?”

lines 30-39, page 154


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