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Latin II Semester Final Review I. 28-Relative Pronouns/Clauses. Know the chart on page 4: qui, quae, quod Antecedent Relative pronoun replaces the antecedent in the relative clause Antecedents and relative pronouns AGREE in GENDER and NUMBER. 30-Active and Passive Voice.

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28 relative pronouns clauses
28-Relative Pronouns/Clauses
  • Know the chart on page 4: qui, quae, quod
  • Antecedent
    • Relative pronoun replaces the antecedent in the relative clause
    • Antecedents and relative pronouns AGREE in GENDER and NUMBER
30 active and passive voice
30-Active and Passive Voice
  • Active Voice o, s, t, mus, tis, nt
  • Passive Voice r, ris, tur, mur, mini, ntur
  • No tense cue = present; is being -ed
  • -ba- cue = imperfect; was being -ed
  • -bi, bo, bu 1st/2nd -ar, eris, etur, emur, emini, entur 3rd/4th = future; will be -ed
31 present passive infinitives
31-Present Passive Infinitives
  • Translated as – to be –ed
  • 1st –ari
  • 2nd –eri
  • 3rd – I
  • 4th – iri
  • Amari – to be loved
  • Videri- to be seen
  • Duci – to be led
  • Audiri – to be heard
32 perfect passives
32- Perfect Passives
  • 4th principal part LEAVE A SPACE add
  • Perfect-translate I have been loved amata sum
    • Sum
    • Es
    • Est
    • Sumus
    • Estis
    • Sunt
pluperfect
Pluperfect
  • 4th pp leave a space and add
  • Amataeram: I had been loved
    • Eram
    • Eras
    • Erat
    • Eramus
    • Eratis
    • erant
future perfect
Future perfect
  • 4th pp leave a space and add
  • Amataero- I will have been loved
    • Ero
    • Eris
    • Erit
    • Erimus
    • Eritis
    • erunt
33 4 th principal part perfect passive participles
33- 4th principal partperfect passive participles
  • 4th pp
  • Amatus – having been loved
  • Translate as having been -ed
34 35 degrees of adjectives and adverbs memorize the irregulars
34/35 degrees of adjectives and adverbs- MEMORIZE THE IRREGULARS
  • Positive- adj; happy adv; happily
    • Cues: adj- us, a, um or is, is, e
    • Cues: adv – e or iter ex lente or celeriter
  • Comparative- adj; happier adv; more happily
    • Cues; adj –ior or ius in neuter
    • Cues; adv - ius
  • Superlative- adj; happiest, very happy, too happy adv; very happily
    • Cues; adj- double letters issimus, rrimus, llimus
    • Cues; adv – same double letters but end in –e- issime, rrime, llime
deponent verbs
Deponent Verbs
  • Look passive but translate active
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