Latin Stage Four Test

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Latin Stage Four Test
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  1. What part of speech do person and number pertain to?
    Verb
  2. What part of speech do declension and case pertain to?
    Noun
  3. Turba
    Crowd
  4. basilica
     court building
  5. Cera
    Wax, wax tablet
  6. Graecia
    Greece
  7. Anulus
    ring
  8. negotium
    Business
  9. signum
    Sign, seal, signal
  10. iudex
    judge
  11. leo
    lion
  12. mater
    mother
  13. pater
    father
  14. pictor
    Painter
  15. tonsor
    barber
  16. canis
    dog
  17. mendax
    liar
  18. Accusat
    accuses, is accusing
  19. ambulat
    walks, is walking
  20. Portat
    Carries
  21. Cantat
    Sings
  22. Suaviter
    Sweetly
  23. celat
    hides, is hiding
  24. intrat
    enters, is entering
  25. probat
    Proves, is proving
  26. stat
    Stands, is standing
  27. debet
    owes, is owing
  28. sedet
    sits, is sitting
  29. Graecus
    Greek
  30. Probus
    Honest
  31. Meus 
    my
  32. tuus
    your
  33. Ego
    I
  34. Nos
    We
  35. Vos
    Y'all
  36. Tu
    you
  37. cotidie
    daily
  38. hodie
    today
  39. Quis? 
    • who?
    •  
  40. Quid?
    What?
  41. Cur?
    Why?
  42. Ubi?
    Where?
  43. ita vero!
    Yes! Yes indeed! You bet!
  44. Minime
    No.
  45. Capit
    takes, is taking
  46. currit
    runs, is running
  47. discedit
    Leaves, is leaving
  48. Ducit
    Leads, is leading
  49. Tradit
    Hands over, is handing over
  50. Audit
    Hears, is hearing
  51. ego negotium ego
    I do business, I work
  52. Emit

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    To send out, give off

    e, ex
  53. Impecunious

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Poor

    Pecunia
  54. Provoke

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    To arouse to action, vocat
  55. Vendor

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    One who sells. Vendit.
  56. Agent

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    one who acts for another; Agit
  57. Egress

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Exit; e
  58. significant

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Having a meaning; Signum
  59. inquisitation

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    an official investigation; inquit/quaerit
  60. Judicious

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Having sound judgement; iudex
  61. insatiable

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Unable of being satisfied; satis
  62. mendacious

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Lying; Mendax
  63. vocation

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    A profession or calling; vocat
  64. query

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    A question; quaerit
  65. Negotiate

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Do business; negotium
  66. ceraceous

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
     Waxy; Cera
  67. terrify

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Frighten; perterritus
  68. agenda

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    A list of things to be done; agit
  69. annular

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Shaped like a ring; anulus
  70. Pecuniary

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Having to do with money; pecunia
  71. egocentric

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    overconcerned with oneself; ego
  72. to evoke

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    To call forth, to summon; e
  73. Vending

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Selling; vendit
  74. egotist

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    A person who is self-centered
  75. convocation

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    A group of people summoned; vocat
  76. concoction

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Something prepared by mixing ingredients, an invention or contrivance; coquit
  77. Tribunal

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    A seat or court of justice; tribulal
  78. signet

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    A seal used on a document; signum
  79. precocious

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Characterized by early development; coquit
  80. to inquire

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    To ask a question; inquit
  81. avocation

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    an activity engaged in usually for enjoyment; vocat
  82. revocable

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    capable of being canceled or repealed; vocat
  83. Egotistical

    Give Def. and Latin derivative
    Vain, boastful, or opinionated; ego
  84. Name the declension and case for the following noun

    Cena
    First, nom.
  85. Name the declension and case for the following noun

    Melissam
    First, Acc.
  86. Name the declension and case for the following noun

    Mensa
    First acc.
  87. Name the declension and case for the following noun

    Quintum
    Second, acc.
  88. Name the declension and case for the following noun

    Caecilius
    Second, nom.
  89. Name the declension and case for the following noun

    Leo
    Third, Nom.
  90. Name the declension and case for the following noun

    Tonsorem
    Third, acc.
  91. Name the declension and case for the following noun

    Senem
    Third, accusative
  92. Name the person and number of the following verb

    Vocat
    First person singular
  93. Name the person and number of the following verb

    Inquint
    Third person plural
  94. Name the person and number of the following verb

    Sumus
    First plural
  95. Name the person and number of the following verb

    Vides
    Second singular
  96. Name the person and number of the following verb

    Cantis
    Second plural
  97. Name the person and number of the following verb

    Tondet
    Third person singular
  98. Recite the verb of being
    Sum, es, est, sumus, estis, sunt.
  99. A predicate nominative follows a what?
    A verb of being
  100. An object of the preposition follows a what?
    A preposition
  101. What two parts of speech are nominative?
    Subject and predicate nominative
  102. What two parts of speech are accusative?
    Direct object and object of the preposition
  103. Which word is the direct object?

    tu Hermogenem accusas sed tu rem non probas!
    Hermogenem
  104. Which word is the object of the direct object?

    Cur tu hodie ad basillicam venit?
    Basillicam
  105. Which word is the predicate nominative?

    Tu, Hermogenes, es mendax
    Mendax
  106. Which word is the subject?

    Iudex basillicam intrat
    Iudex
  107. Translate

    Surgis et e taberna curris
    You get up and run from the shop
  108. What are the verb endings?
    • -o
    • -s
    • -t
  109. Reddit
    He/she/it gives back
  110. Accuso
    I accuse
  111. ducimus
    we lead
  112. discedunt
    They hide
  113. What are the three major purposes of the forum in Pompeii?
    Commercial, administrative, and religious. (Business, government, religion)
  114. What were the dimensions of the forum?
    156 yards by 42 yards
  115. What were three different kinds of statues found in the forum?
    Members of Popeii who gave a distinguished amount of help, members of the emperor's family, and of the emperors.
  116. What did the colonnade provide shelter from?
    Heat of the sun in the summer and rain in the winter
  117. How did people enter the forum?
    Using the bronze gates at the end of the forum
  118. List the buildings in the forum clockwise
    Jupiter, Market, Temple, Eumacia's cloth worker's place, polling stations, Municiple offices, basillica, Apollo, vegetable market/public bathrooms
  119. How was information disseminated among the people?
    Painted on the side of buildings
  120. Aedile
    the official who was responsible for policing
  121. Tribulal
     a platform used for speeches and announcements
  122. duoviri
    senior officials in charge of laws
  123. List five religious shrines around the temple
    Temple of Lares, Roman emperors, Apollo, Jupiter, Venus
  124. What was the only foreign goddess with a shrine in the forum?
    Isis
  125. Why was Venus important to the people of Pompeii?
    They believed she took special interest in their town
  126. What were the two types of markets around the forum?
    Ones with permanent stalls, and others with temporary stalls
  127. Why was the clothworker's place so large?
    Because it was one of the most prosperous businesses of Pompeii
  128. What were three possible reasons for the municiple offices?
    treasury, record office, meeting hall
  129. What were the two major functions of the basilica?
    For hearing lawsuits and a meeting place for businessmen
  130. E pluribus unum
    Out of many one
  131. Alter ego
    Other I
  132. Cave canem
    Beware of the dog
  133. Alma Mater
    Nourishing mother
  134. Ave atque vale
    Hail and fairwell
  135. Pater familias
    Father of the family
  136. Anno domini
    In the year of the lord
  137. Cum laude
    With praise
  138. Magna cum laude
    With great praise
  139. Summa cum laude
    With greatest praise
  140. Et tu, Brute?
    And you, Brutus?
  141. Exeunt Omnes
    All exit
  142. Errare est humanum
    To err is human
  143. Magnum opus
    Great work

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