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Monday – Test *BINDER REMINDER*. Tuesday. Lupercalia. Lupercalia. Pastoral holiday cleanse the city, avert evil Story of Rome’s founding Romulus & Remus , nursed by a she-wolf ( lupa ) “ lupus ” means it was related to… Tradition: Young men running through streets

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lupercalia1
Lupercalia
  • Pastoral holiday
    • cleanse the city, avert evil
  • Story of Rome’s founding
    • Romulus & Remus, nursed by a she-wolf (lupa)
    • “lupus” means it was related to…
  • Tradition: Young men running through streets
    • Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar
create a lupercalia card
Create a “Lupercalia” Card
  • Draw names
  • Create a card!!!
  • Include at least ONE Latin sentence
    • a picture
    • and COLOR!!!
consili
Consiliī
  • Tues bonus/a amicus/a!!!
  • Tuesoptimus/a amicus/a!!!
  • Amote! Amotevalde!!!
  • Tuespulcherpuer/pulchrapuella.
  • Tuespulchrior quam Angelina Jolie!
  • Tuespulcherrimus/a puer/puella!
  • Erisnemeus/a? Voca me! ;)
calescite

Calescite

Translate:

Magistraexaminemdiscipulīsdēdit.

DiscipulīīramMagistraeostendērunt! Ēheu!

model sentences pg 182 183
Model Sentences pg. 182 & 183
  • In groups of THREE / FOUR
  • Each group has a number
  • Translate together
    • One person will read translation for class
marcus et quartus pg 184
“Marcus et Quartus”pg. 184
  • Translate 1 – 11 together (as a class)
  • Finish lines 12 – 22 (end) for praescriptumdomesticum
calescite1

Calescite

Take out “Marcus et Quartus”

translation.

Take out colored pen/cil.

REMINDERS:

MISSING WORK?

TEST RETAKES?

NOTEBOOKS NEXT FRIDAY!

sulla
“Sulla”
  • Fabulaformarumvirgarum!!!
  • Non necesseestvobisscriberefabulam…
  • Sednecesse EST vobisaudirediligenter!!!
verbs that govern the dative
Verbs That Govern the Dative

*(Most verbs govern the __________ case.)*

  • respondeō, respondēre, responsī
    • discipulīMagistraerespondērunt.
  • credō, crēdere, credidī
    • vōsamīcīscrēditis.
  • faveō, favēre, favī
    • Rōmānīdilligentissimīspuellīs et puerīsfavent.
more datives for you
More Datives FOR You!

placetnetibi? mihiplacet.

Is it pleasing to you? It is pleasing to me.

mihi : ________ nōbīs : _________

tibi : _________ vōbīs : _________

calescite2
Calescite
  • Take out your Grammar Notes and be prepared to write
question words
QUESTION WORDS?

Quis? Quid? Ubi? Cur?

-ne : vōsneestiscontentī?

Are you (pl.) satisfied?(Yes or No)

num : num Quīntustimet?

Surely Quintus is not afraid?(NO)

lucius spurius pomponianus
“LuciusSpuriusPomponianus”
  • “in villa” (x2)
    • Clemens
    • Grumio
  • “propeamphitheatrum” (x2)
    • divisor
    • Grumio
    • Clemens
    • pistor
lucius spurius pomponianus1
“LuciusSpuriusPomponianus”
  • “in foro”
    • pistor primus (x2)
    • pistorsecundus (x2)
    • pistortertius
    • Clemens
    • Grumio
    • mercator primus (x2)
    • mercatorsecundus (x2)
    • mercatortertius
lucius spurius pomponianus2
“LuciusSpuriusPomponianus”
  • “in culina”
    • Clemens
    • Grumio
  • “in culina” : in LATIN
    • Clemens
    • Grumio
  • NARRATOR – italics at beginning of each scene
calescite3
Calescite!
  • Decline “pax, pacis” f. peace
  • Consider: which declension is it???
lucius spurius pomponianus3
“LuciusSpuriusPomponianus”
  • “in villa”
    • Clemens
    • Grumio
  • “propeamphitheatrum”
    • divisor
    • Grumio
    • Clemens
    • pistor
lucius spurius pomponianus4
“LuciusSpuriusPomponianus”
  • “in foro”
    • pistor primus (x2)
    • pistorsecundus (x2)
    • pistortertius
    • Clemens
    • Grumio
    • mercator primus (x2)
    • mercatorsecundus (x2)
    • mercatortertius
lucius spurius pomponianus5
“LuciusSpuriusPomponianus”
  • “in culina”
    • Clemens
    • Grumio
  • “in culina” : in LATIN
    • Clemens
    • Grumio
  • NARRATOR – italics at beginning of each scene