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terreo , terrēre , terruī , territus 1. terres ….. to scare 2. terreo ….. they have scared 3. terre ….. scare ( plur ) 4. terrent ….. you scared ( plur ) 5. terrebant ….. he/she/it scares 6. terrebat ….. they were scaring

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terreo, terrēre, terruī, territus

1. terres ….. to scare

2. terreo ….. they have scared

3. terre ….. scare (plur)

4. terrent ….. you scared (plur)

5. terrebant ….. he/she/it scares

6. terrebat ….. they were scaring

7. terret ….. you scared (sing)

8. terruisti ….. they scare

9. terrebatis ….. he/she/it was scaring

10. terruistis ….. you scare (sing)

11. terruerunt …... scare (sing)

12. terrete ….. I scare

13. terrēre…. ______ you were scaring

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ponō, ponere, posuī, positus/a/um:

1. ponite _____ you did put (sing.)

2. pone _____ put! (pl.)

3. ponebatis _____ he/she/it did put

4. ponimus _____ I put

5. posuit _____ y’all did put

6. posuerunt _____ you put

7. ponit _____ y’all were putting

8. pono _____ he/she/it puts

9. ponebant _____ they were putting

10. posuistis _____ we put

11. ponis _____ put! (sing.)

12. posuisti _____ they did put

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Audio, audire, audivi, auditus/a/um

1) audivito hear

2) audiebashear! (pl)

3) audio                    he/she it hears

4) audireyou(sing) heard

5) auditehe/she/it has heard

6) audit                   hear! (sing)

7) audiI hear

8) audiebatwe used to hear

9) audimushe/she/it heard

10) audiebamuswe hear

11) audivistiyou kept hearing

12) audivitI have heard

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capio, capere, cepi, captus

1.       capitwe take

2.       capioy’all were taking/ seizing

3.       capimusthey have taken/ seized

4.       capiebanthe/she it has taken

5.       capiebastake!  (pl.)

6.       capiebatishe/she it takes           

7.       cepistithey used to take/ were taking 

8.       ceperuntyou have taken  

9.       cepitI take 

10.   capereto take  

11.   capitetake!   (sing)

12.   cape you used to take/ were taking 

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HodieestIDVS Septembres, 2764 AUC

Meta: To

Agenda Hodierna:

Homework:

av rus miseriae causa est suae
Avārusmiseriaecausaestsuae.

PubliusSyrus, Sententiae

Colossal Head of Marcus Licinius Crassus, one of the so called members of the first triumvirate. Louvre, Paris.

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dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductus/a/um =

to lead, guide; take, bring

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while

dum=

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to go

eō, īre, iī [īvī], itus/a/um =

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(f.) story, tale; myth

fābula, fābulae =

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habeō, habēre, habuī, habitus/a/um =

to have, hold, possess; deliver (a speech)

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prōcertōhabēre =

to be sure (that)

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Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Today

Tomorrow

yesterday

heri =

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Ahhh! What is

________?

(1) that, (2) that famous, (3)he,she, it, (4) the former

ille, illa, illud =

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into this inn

in hanccauponam =

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licet, licēre, licuit =

it is allowed, permitted (+ dative + infinitive)

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medius, media, medium =

mid-, middle of

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midnight

media nox =

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(m.) soldier

mīles, mīlitis =

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A Reading from Homer, Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, 1885, Philadelphia Museum of Art

nārrō, nārrāre, nārrāvī, nārrātus/a/um =

to tell, tell a story

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best, very good

optimus/a/um =

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for a short time

paulisper =

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sir, mister

viroptime =

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volō, velle, voluī, ------=

to want, be willing

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Miles Romanus ad cauponam advenit.

Cornelius puerique militem audiunt.

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LATIN 2 HHS - September 13, 2011

HodieestIDVS Septembres, 2764 AUC

Meta: To begin Chapter 20 / Discuss Vocab. Cards and Vocab. Quiz

Agenda Hodierna:

FaciteNunc! Activity 20B

PictoPowerPoint (English to Latin)

Chapter 20 Story “Chance Encounter”

MuscaFugax

Homework:

Due TOMORROW, 09/15: Activity 20B / Study for 1st Quiz Thursday

Friday, 09/16: No Homework!

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to lead, guide; take, bring

dūcō, dūcere, dūxī, ductus/a/um

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to go

eō, īre, iī [īvī], itus/a/um

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(f.) story, tale; myth

fābula, fābulae

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to have, hold, possess; deliver (a speech)

habeō, habēre, habuī, habitus/a/um

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to be sure (that)

prōcertōhabēre

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Monday Tuesday Wednesday

Today

Tomorrow

yesterday

heri

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Ahhh! What is

________?

(1) that, (2) that famous, (3)he,she, it, (4) the former

ille, illa, illud

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into this inn

in hanccauponam

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to wash

lavō, lavāre, lāvī, lautus/a/um

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to hear, listen to

audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītus/a/um

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eat up, consume quickly

dēvoro, dēvorāre, dēvorāvī, dēvorātus/a/um

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to say, tell

dīcō, dīcere, dīxī, dictus/a/um

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to stay, remain

maneō, manēre, mānsī, mānsus/a/um

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mid-, middle of

medius, media, medium

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midnight

media nox

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(m.) soldier

mīles, mīlitis

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to send, shoot, let go

mittō, mittere, mīsī, missus/a/um

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told

nārrātus, nārrāta, nārrātum =

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A Reading from Homer, Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, 1885, Philadelphia Museum of Art

to tell, tell a story

nārrō, nārrāre, nārrāvī, nārrātus/a/um =

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to kill; murder

necō, necāre, necāvī, necātus/a/um

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never

numquam

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best, very good

optimus/a/um

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to get ready; prepare

parō, parāre, parāvī, parātus/a/um

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after

postquam

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to be, to exist

sum, esse, fuī, futūrus/a/um

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sir, mister

viroptime

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to want, be willing

volō, velle, voluī, ------

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Perfect Tense Endings: Let's figure them out.

Ego dux__________

Tu dux__________

Puella dux__________

Nos dux_____________

Vos dux____________

Pueri dux_____________

i

isti

it

imus

istis

erunt

“Numquam antea in cauponā pernoctavimus.”

Marcus et Sextus cum Cornelio manserunt.

Tum Cornelius cauponem iussit cibum parare.

“De Apollodoro quid audivisti?”

Cur vos in hanc cauponam intravistis?

“De Apollodoro nihil audivi.”

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Perfect Tense Song (to the tune of Three Blind Mice)

-i, -isti, -it, -i-,isti, -it.

-imus, -istis, -erunt, -imus, -istis, -erunt.

Take the 3rd principal part,

Cut off the –i, just leaving the stem,

And then you add -i,istiand –it,

-imus, -istis, -erunt.

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Perfect Tense

Perfect Endings

and their translations

duxi

duxisti

duxit

duximus

duxistis

duxerunt

I have led, I did lead, I led

you have led, etc.

he/she/it has led, etc.

we have led

y’all have led

they have led

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Perfect Tense

Can you translate these verb forms?

we snatched, have snatched, did snatch

you ate dinner, have eaten, did eat

y’all entered, have entered, did enter

I ordered, have ordered, did order

you were, have been

we wanted, have wanted, did want

he didn’t want, hasn’t wanted

they brought, have brought, did bring

arripuimus

cenavisti

intravistis

iussi

fuisti

voluimus

noluit

tulerunt

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Write the following short sentences in Latin on your whiteboard.

All sentences are simple subject-object-verb or subject-verb-preposition sentences.

All sentences use the perfect tense and the Chapter 20 verb vocabulary

  • The soldier told a story.
  • We heard voices
  • You said nothing.
  • The innkeeper killed a guest.
  • Y’all prepared food.
  • I went to an inn.
  • We came to an inn.
  • The Cornelii stayed in an inn.
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Practice Your Perfect Tense

All of these sentences are simple subject / object / verb OR subject / prepositional phrase / verb.

  • The soldier told a story.
  • I told a story
  • The boys heard voices
  • We said nothing.
  • You said nothing.
  • The innkeeper killed a guest.
  • Y’all prepared food.
  • The Cornelii went to an inn.
  • The Cornelii came to an inn.
  • The Cornelii stayed in an inn.
  • Miles fabulam narravit.
  • [Ego] fabulam narravi.
  • Pueri voces audiverunt.
  • [Nos] nihil diximus.
  • [Tu] nihil dixisti.
  • Caupo hospitem necavit.
  • [Vos] cibum paravistis.
  • Cornelli ad cauponam ierunt / iverunt.
  • Cornelii ad cauponam venerunt.
  • Cornelii in cauponā manserunt.