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  1. Ch 58-59 Review Vocabulary and Grammar

  2. 1. What is a gerund? • A verbal noun • A verbal adjective • An adjectival noun

  3. 2. What is a gerundive? • A verbal noun • A verbal adjective • An adjectival noun

  4. 3. Gerund or Gerundive? Curia erat locus idoneusregendaeRomae. • Gerund • Gerundive

  5. 4. Gerund or Gerundive? Caesar nobīsvidendus est. • Gerund • Gerundive

  6. 5. Gerund or Gerundive? Militesnostrifortiterpugnando bellum coeperunt. • Gerund • Gerundive

  7. 6. Gerund or Gerundive? Fugitivimilitibuscapiendisunt. • Gerund • Gerundive

  8. 7. Gerund or Gerundive? Auctorartemscribendiā fratrediscebat. • Gerund • Gerundive

  9. 8. Gerund or Gerundive? Meus frater properivumsedebat, ad piscescapiendos. • Gerund • Gerundive

  10. 9. What is the best translation? Milo temptatregereClodionecando. • Milo tried to rule with killing Clodius. • Milo tried to rule for the purpose of killing Clodius • Milo tried to rule by killing Clodius

  11. 10. What is the best translation? Catullus venit ad Forum Lesbiamvidendamcausā. • Catullus went to the Forum to be seen by Lesbia • Catullus went to the Forum to see Lesbia • Catullus went to the Forum by seeing Lesbia.

  12. Fio, fieri, factus sum • To become, happen, be made

  13. Scio, scire, scivi, scitus • To know • Derivatives? • Science, omniscient, prescience

  14. Res, rei, f. • Thing, matter, event, situation

  15. Colloco, collocare, collocavi, collatus • To arrange, set up

  16. Facinus, facinoris, n. • Villainy, crime, foul deed

  17. Sollemnis, sollemnis, sollemne • Customary, traditional • Solemn, solemnity

  18. Furor, furoris, m. • Rage, madness • Derivatives? • Fury

  19. Legitimus, legitima, legitimum • Legal, proper • Derivatives? • Legitimate

  20. Fundus, fundi, m. • Farm, estate • Derivatives? • Latifundia

  21. pridie • On the day before

  22. nisi • Unless

  23. Desidero, desiderare, desideravi, desideratus • To long for, miss • Derivatives? • Desire

  24. Partim • Partly or some • Derivatives? • Part, partition, partisan

  25. Interficio, interficere, interfeci, interfectus • To kill

  26. si • if

  27. Caedes, caedis, f. • Murder, killing • Derivatives? • Caesura

  28. Caedo, caedere, cecidi, caesus • To cut down, to kill • Derivatives? • Caesura

  29. Incipio, incipere, incepi, inceptus • To begin • Derivatives? • Inception

  30. Pugno, pugnare, pugnavi, pugnatus • To fight • Repugnant, pugacious

  31. Dies, diei, f. • Day • Derivatives? • Diary, quotidian

  32. Comitatus, comitatus, m. • Company, retinue

  33. numquam • never

  34. Insidiator, insidiatoris, m. • Someone in ambush, a waylayer • Derivatives? • Insidious

  35. Re vera • Really, actually • Derivatives? (of vera) • Veritable, verify, veracious, veracity

  36. aperte • Openly • Derivatives? • From aperire, to open - aperature

  37. Crimen, criminis (n) • Charge, accusation • Derivatives? • Crime, criminal, criminality

  38. quoad • until

  39. Muto, mutare, mutavi, mutatus • To change • Derivatives? • Mutate, mutation, mutant, commute, mutable, immutable

  40. Impero, imperare, imperavi, imperatus • To order • Derivatives? • Imperious, imperative, imperial, imperialism

  41. Dominus, domini (m) • Master • Derivatives? • Dominion, domineering

  42. paulisper • For a little while

  43. Commoror, commorari, commoratus sum • To wait, linger

  44. deinde • Then, next

  45. Expeditus, expedita, expeditum • Lightly-armed

  46. Absolvo, absolvere, absolvi, absolutus • To set free • Derivatives? • Absolution, absolve

  47. Condemno, condemnare, condemnavi, condemnatus • To condemn • Derivatives? • Condemn, condemnation

  48. Ignoro, ignorare, ignoravi, ignoratus • To be unaware • Derivatives? • Ignorant

  49. iudes, iudicis (m) • Judge, jury member • Derivatives? • Judge, judicial, adjudicate, , judiciary, jussive

  50. Inscius, inscia, inscium • Unknowing