Latin review Units 1&2.txt

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Latin review Units 1&2.txt
2012-10-09 14:56:07
Latin Review

First Form Latin Units #1-2
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  1. What are verb families called?
  2. Give the six attributes of a Latin verb?
    Conjugation person number tense voice mood
  3. Give the three grammar persons
    First second third
  4. Give the two grammar numbers
    Singular plural
  5. What is the stem vowel of the first conjugation?
  6. "I praise"
    Simple present
  7. "I am praising"
    Progressive present
  8. "I do praise"
    Emphatic present
  9. What is the imperfect tense sign?
  10. What English helping verbs translate the imperfect tense?
    Was were
  11. How many words are needed to make a Latin sentence?
  12. The future tense sign is ___
  13. What English helping verb translates the Latin future tense?
  14. Name the three tenses that make up the perfect system
    Present imperfect future
  15. The forms that provide the stems needed to conjugate the verb in all its tenses are called the ______ _______
    Principal parts
  16. Give the regular endings for the principal parts of 1st conjugation verbs
    o are avi atus
  17. What is the name of the second principal part?
  18. How do you find the present system?
    Drop the -re from the second principal part (infinitive)
  19. The English infinitive is written with the particle ____ before the verb.
  20. The "to be" verb shows _____
    Being (not action)
  21. Give the English forms of the "to be" verb
    am is are was were be being been
  22. How do you find the perfect system?
    Drop the -i from the third principal part
  23. Give three translations for "vocavi"
    I called. I have called. I did call.
  24. What English helping verbs translate the perfect tense?
    Have has did
  25. What English helping verb translates the pluperfect tense?
  26. What English helping verbs translate the future perfect tense?
    Will have
  27. Name the tenses that make up the perfect system.
    Perfect. Pluperfect. Future perfect.
  28. Nuntiavimus
    We (have) reported
  29. Volabat
    He she it was flying
  30. Speratis
    You (pl) hope
  31. Navigabunt
    They will sail
  32. Laveras
    You had washed
  33. Laudaverunt
    They (have) praised
  34. Dederitis
    You (pl) will have given
  35. Amabamus
    We were loving
  36. Paraverit
    He she it will have prepared
  37. Stetisti
    You (have) stood
  38. They were telling
  39. I have washed
  40. She will have explored
  41. You (pl) had greeted
  42. We will attack
  43. You stand
  44. He has judged
  45. They had overcome
  46. I was fighting
  47. We will have reported
  48. Give the principal parts of "sum"
    Sum. Esse. Fui. Futurus.
  49. Give the principal parts of "lavo"
    Lavo. Lavare. Lavi. Lautus.
  50. Give the principal parts of "sto"
    Sto. Stare. Steti. Status.
  51. Accuso
    I accuse
  52. Adoro
    I adore
  53. Ambulo
    I walk
  54. Amo
    I love, like
  55. Appello
    I address
  56. Aro
    I plow
  57. Celo
    I hide
  58. Clamo
    I shout
  59. Creo
    I create
  60. Culpo
    I blame
  61. Delecto
    I delight, please
  62. Demonstro
    I show, point out
  63. Do
    I give
  64. Dubito
    I doubt
  65. Erro
    I err, wander
  66. Exploro
    I explore
  67. Expecto
    I wait for, expect
  68. Habito
    I live in, dwell
  69. Judico
    I judge
  70. Juvo
    I help
  71. Laboro
    I work
  72. Laudo
    I praise
  73. Lavo
    I wash
  74. Libero
    I set free
  75. Muto
    I change
  76. Narro
    I tell
  77. Nato
    I swim
  78. Navigo
    I sail
  79. Nego
    I deny
  80. Nuncio
    I report
  81. Occupo
    I seize
  82. Oppugno
    I attack
  83. Opto
    I desire, wish
  84. Oro
    I speak, pray
  85. Paro
    I prepare
  86. Perturbo
    I disturb
  87. Porto
    I carry
  88. Pugno
    I fight
  89. Puto
    I think
  90. Rogo
    I ask
  91. Saluto
    I greet
  92. Servo
    I guard, keep
  93. Specto
    I look at
  94. Spero
    I hope
  95. Sto
    I stand
  96. Supero
    I overcome, surpass
  97. Tempto
    I tempt
  98. Voco
    I call
  99. Volo
    I fly
  100. Vulnero
    I wound
  101. Sum
    I be
  102. Cras
  103. Heri
  104. Hodie
  105. Non
  106. Numquam
  107. Nunc
  108. Saepe
  109. Semper
  110. Tum
    Then, at that time
  111. Umquam
  112. Let us recite together.
    In choro recitemus.
  113. The mother was standing.
    Stabat Mater.
  114. Then we will fight in the shade.
    In umbra, igutur, pugnabimus.
  115. Pray and work.
    Ora et labora.
  116. To err is human.
    Errare est humanum.
  117. I am a Roman citizen.
    Civis Romanus sum.
  118. Now or never
    Nunc aut numquam
  119. Always faithful
    Semper fidelis
  120. Fortune aids the brave.
    Fortes fortuna juvat.
  121. Conjugate "muto" in the present tense
    Muto. Mutas. Mutat. Mutamus. Mutatis. Mutant.
  122. Conjugate "muto" in the imperfect tense.
    Mutabam. Mutabas. Mutabat. Mutabamus. Mutabatis. Mutabant.
  123. Conjugate "muto" in the future tense.
    Mutabo. Mutabis. Mutabit. Mutabimus. Mutabitis. Mutabunt.
  124. Conjugate "do" in the perfect tense.
    Dedi. Dedisti. Dedit. Dedimus. Dedistis. Dederunt.
  125. Conjugate "do" in the pluperfect tense.
    Dederam. Dederas. Dederat. Dederamus. Dederatis. Dederant.
  126. Conjugate "do" in the future perfect tense.
    Dedero. Dederis. Dederit. Dederimus. Dederitis. Dederint.
  127. Conjugate "sum" in the present tense.
    Sum. Es. Est. Sumus. Estis. Sunt.
  128. Conjugate "sum" in the imperfect tense.
    Eram. Eras. Erat. Eramus. Eratis. Erant.
  129. Conjugate "sum" in the future tense.
    Ero. Eris. Erit. Erimus. Eritis. Erunt.
  130. Conjugate "sum" in the perfect tense.
    Fui. Fuisti. Fuit. Fuimus. Fuistis. Fuerunt.
  131. Conjugate "sum" in the pluperfect tense.
    Fueram. Fueras. Fuerat. Fueramus. Fueratis. Fuerant.
  132. Conjugate "sum" in the future perfect tense.
    Fuero. Fueris. Fuerit. Fuerimus. Fueritis. Fuerint.