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POETICS, PLEASE. IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT. SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY. TRANSLATIŌ. GRAMMATICA. GRAMMATICA (C). What degree is the adjective meliora in the following clause? sī qua* latent, meliōra putat . (line 502). GRAMMATICA (C). Comparative. GRAMMATICA (CC).

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POETICS, PLEASE

IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

TRANSLATIŌ

GRAMMATICA

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GRAMMATICA (C)

  • What degree is the adjective meliora in the following clause?
  • sī qua* latent, meliōraputat. (line 502)
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GRAMMATICA (C)

Comparative

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GRAMMATICA (CC)

Identify the grammatical term for the form of the word sequendīin the following clause:

amorestmihicausasequendī. (line 507)

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GRAMMATICA (CCC)

  • Identify the tense and voice of the infinitive in the following clause:
  • videtōscula, quae nōn
  • est* vīdissesatis (lines 499-500)
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GRAMMATICA (CCC)

  • vīdisse
  • Perfect, active
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GRAMMATICA (CD)

Give the GNC of the adjective levī in the following claus:

Fugit ōcioraurāillalevīneque ad haecrevocantisverbaresistit

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GRAMMATICA (CD)

levī =

fem., sing., abl.

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GRAMMATICA (D)

  • What noun does the adjective horridusgrammatically modify in the following lines?
  • nōnincolamontis,
  • nōn ego sum pāstor, nōnhīcarmentagregēsque
  • ...nōnhīcarmentagregēsque
  • horridusobservō.(lines 512-514)
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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(C)

What relative of Daphne is reference by the adjective Pēnēi in the following clause?

“Nympha, precor, Pēnēi, manē! (line 504)

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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(C)

Her father, Peneus

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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(CC)

In an extended simile from lines 533-538, Ovid compares Apollo to this predator and Daphne to this prey

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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(CC)

The dog and the hare

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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(CCC)

  • Who is the pater referenced in line 487?
  • “Dā mihiperpetuā, genitor cārissime,” dīxit,“virginitātefruī; dedit hoc pater
  • ante Diānae.”
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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(CCC)

  • Zeus/Jupiter
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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(CD)

  • Explain the reference to Apollo and his divine power present in this line and the irony which Ovid is pointing out:
  • Phoebus amatvīsaequecupitcōnūbiaDaphnēs*,
  • quodquecupit, spērat, suaqueillumōrāculafallunt. (line 490-1)
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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT(CD)

  • Phoebus amatvīsaequecupitcōnūbiaDaphnēs*,
  • quodquecupit, spērat, suaqueillumōrāculafallunt. (line 490-1)
  • Apollo is the god of prophecy, though his feelings of love for Daphne prevent him from using his oracular power to see that he will never marry her
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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(D)

FīnieratPaeān;(line 566)

The term Paeān makes reference to Apollo as the god of what?

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IT’S ALL ABOUT CONTEXT

(D)

FīnieratPaeān;(line 566)

Paeān = God of medicine, healing

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TRANSLATIŌ

(C)

Translate:

nōnego sum pāstor,(line 513)

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TRANSLATIŌ

(C)

nōnego sum pāstor,(line 513)

I am not a shepherd

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TRANSLATIŌ

(CC)

  • Translate:
  • utcanis in vacuōleporemcum* Gallicusarvōvīdit,(lines 533-534)
  • *cum = when
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TRANSLATIŌ

(CC)

  • utcanis in vacuōleporemcum* Gallicusarvōvīdit,(lines 533-534)
  • And just as when the Gallic dog sees the hare in an empty field,
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TRANSLATIŌ

(CCC)

Translate:

et (nē) simtibicausadolōris! (line 509)

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TRANSLATIŌ

(CCC)

et (nē) simtibicausadolōris! (line 509)

And may I not/let me not be a cause of pain for you!

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TRANSLATIŌ

(CD)

  • Translate:
  • Quī* tamenīnsequitur, pennīsadiūtusAmōris,ōciorest,(lines 540-541)
  • quī = he who
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TRANSLATIŌ

(CD)

  • Quī* tamenīnsequitur, pennīsadiūtusAmōris,ōciorest,(lines 540-541)
  • Nevertheless he who follows (her), aided by the wings of love, is quicker
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TRANSLATIŌ

(D)

  • Translate:
  • sīcdeus et virgō; est hic spēceler, illatimōre.(line 539)
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TRANSLATIŌ (D)

  • sīcdeus et virgō; est hic spēceler, illatimōre.(line 539)
  • Thus the god and the maiden (are) (the dog and the hare); this (god) is quick with/because of hope, that (nymph) (is) (quick) because of fear.
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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(C)

Name the 4 vowel changes that occur between the indicative and subjunctive mood for the present tense

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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(C)

1st conjugation: āē

2nd conjugation: ēeā

3rd conjugation: iā

3rd –io and 4th conjugation: īiā

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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(CC)

Give the formula for creating the imperfect subjunctive for non-deponent verbs

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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(CC)

2nd PP + Pres. Personal Endings

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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(CCC)

The following is an example of what use of the subjunctive?

“Quid, sīcōmantur?” ait (line 498)

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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(CCC)

Indirect question

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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(CD)

  • The following are all examples of what usage of the subjunctive mood?
  • nēprōnacadās, indignave* laedī
  • crūranotentsentēs, et simtibicausadolōris! (lines 508-509)
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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(CD)

(Negative) Jussive

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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(D)

The following clause is an example of what usage of the subjunctive mood?

Cui placeās, inquīretamen;(line 512)

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SUBJUNCTIVE PARTY

(D)

Indirect Question

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POETICS, PLEASE

(C)

What is the name for the poetic device which uses interlocking ABBA word order in order to create a word picture?

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POETICS, PLEASE

(C)

Chiasmus

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POETICS, PLEASE

(CC)

The following is an example of what poetic device?

laudatdigitōsquemanūsquebracchia (lines 500-501)

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POETICS, PLEASE

(CC)

Tricolon

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POETICS, PLEASE

(CCC)

  • What poetic device is present in the following lines?
  • Nescīs, temerāria, nēscīsquemfugiās, ideōquefugis. (Lines 514-515)
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POETICS, PLEASE

(CCC)

Anaphora

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POETICS, PLEASE

(CD)

  • What poetic device can be found in the following lines?
  • videtignemicantēssīderibussimilēsoculōs; (lines 498-499)
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POETICS, PLEASE

(CD)

  • Simile
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POETICS, PLEASE

(D)

  • Name THREE poetic devices that exist in the following lines:
  • Sīcagnalupum, sīccervaleōnem,
  • sīcaquilampennāfugiunttrepidantecolumbae, (lines 505-506)
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POETICS, PLEASE

(D)

  • Ellipsis, tricolon, anaphora