Vocabulary. Grammar. Dative Case. (from “do, dare, dedī ” = “I give, to give, I gave”) t ranslated as TO / FOR INDIRECT OBJECT receives the DIRECT OBJECT Example: I gave a gift to the slave. donum servō dedī . Create your own example in Anglice :. Three Degrees of Adjectives.
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(from “do, dare, dedī” = “I give, to give, I gave”)
*(Most verbs govern the __________ case.)*
Is it pleasing to you? It is pleasing to me.
mihi : ________ nōbīs : _________
tibi : _________ vōbīs : _________
Quis? Quid? Ubi? Cur?
-ne : vōsneestiscontentī?
Are you (pl.) satisfied?(Yes or No)
num : num Quīntustimet?
Surely Quintus is not afraid?(NO)
-Choose your groups; 5 per group
-Be prepared to present at the beginning of class tomorrow- NO EXCUSES!!! Latin & English :D
Begin translating in ONE of three ways:
Summary (1 – 2 paragraphs for whole story)
Small picto-story (at least 8 pictures)
NOT a full-scale storyboard!
Decline “therma, thermae”
(Write that and the DECLENSION NUMBER at the top of your page.)
What else should you create?
Hint: Magistra Flynn hearts _______!!!
Put a star by each one.
Decline fīlius, fīliī, m. (son)
The son praised his father.
The father showed the painting to his son.
Decline cīvis, cīvis
Name the three cases we have officially learned.
Write the part of speech which belongs to each case. Describe it.
(ex: Subject – doing the action)
Write the sentence in Latin.
Underline the Dative case.
Translate into English.
Write the Latin word in the Dative case and translate the sentence into English.
Translate into English & assign a gender:
1) pulcherrimus (boy, girl, thing?)
2) callidissima (boy, girl, thing?)
3) splendidissimum (boy, girl, thing?)
ScribitelinguamLatinam. Translate into English.
nos Romani sumus fortes.
nos Romani sumusfortiores quam vosGraeci.
Turn to page 180
for a full list of Stage 10 vocabulary.
Write down three Latin words,
and one English derivative for each word.
Choose the correct words & translate.
Write both Latin & English.
Quintus (pictoribus, pictorī) iuvenemoffert.
“Romanī,” inquit Quintus, “(Graeculōturbulentō, Graeculīsturbulentīs) pacemdant.”
* “statuae” due!