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Ch.10 - Rhetor. Vocab. abire, abii- accipere, accepi- callidus- capere, cepi- contentus- exclamare, exclamavi- Frater, fratris- imperium- inimicus-. Vocab. invenire, inveni- ire, ii- liber- nos- nuntiare, nuntiavi- pax- portus- quam-. Vocab. semper- sententia-

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vocab
Vocab

abire, abii-

accipere, accepi-

callidus-

capere, cepi-

contentus-

exclamare, exclamavi-

Frater, fratris-

imperium-

inimicus-

vocab1
Vocab

invenire, inveni-

ire, ii-

liber-

nos-

nuntiare, nuntiavi-

pax-

portus-

quam-

vocab2
Vocab

semper-

sententia-

servare, servavi-

solus-

tacere, tacui-

uxor, uxoris-

vehementer-

vos-

practice
Practice
  • Pick one 3rd declension noun and decline it
  • Pick 1 verb and conjugate in present, imperfect and perfect tense.
ch 10 sentences
Ch 10 Sentences
  • Translate the sentences on pp. 162-165
statuae p 168
Statuae p.168
  • As a table, divide the translation into 3 sections
    • Lines 1-12 (legebant)
    • Lines 12 (postquam) - 25 (retineo)
    • Lines 26 (pueri) - end
  • Then illustrate what occurred in the translation in a 6 panel comic
controversia p 166
Controversia p.166
  • Read through the story and translate without writing it down
  • Make a chart of what the story cites as a strength for the Romans or for the Greeks
debate
Debate!
  • How does your culture have the better strategy for war?
  • How has your culture contributed more in art, architecture, music, literature, and theater?
  • How has your culture’s form of government been more efficient?
  • Why are people better off living in Greece/Rome?
comparative adjectives
Comparative Adjectives

Greater than

Smarter than

Stronger than

__________ior quam

almost any adjective

examples1
Examples
  • Find 5 adjectives in the textbook
  • Compare the people in the classroom using those adjectives
    • MUST BE APPROPRIATE!
superlative adjectives
Superlative Adjectives
  • Highest degree

smartest

best

worst

strongest

predicate adjectives
Predicate Adjectives
  • Any descriptive phrase that uses a form of “is”
  • “The dog is brown” vs. “the brown dog”
homework
Homework
  • 10.7 in workbook
    • Page 73
  • Bring in workbook on Wednesday
10 7 answers
10.7 answers
  • notissimus

B. iratissimus / iratior / iratus

C. longior / longus / longissimus

D. sordidissima / sordidior / sordida

E. doctissimus / doctior / doctus

classwork
Classwork
  • 10.11 in workbook (p.77-78)

1-4, 6

10-12

17-21

24-33

* Finish for HW if necessary *

study guide
Study Guide
  • Ch 10 vocab (p180)
  • Comparative adjectives
  • Predicate adjectives
  • Roman school culture
  • Translation