Latin Chapter 7

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Latin Chapter 7
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  1. (he/she) hands over
    tradit
  2. (he/she) comes
    venit
  3. (he/she) says
    inquit
  4. (he/she) recalls
    revocat
  5. my
    meus
  6. messenger
    nuntius
  7. the emperor
    princeps
  8. (they) watch, look at
    spectant
  9. (he/she) greets
    salutat
  10. (he/she) leads, takes
    ducit
  11. busy
    occupatus
  12. to go
    ire
  13. working
    laborantes
  14. to consult
    consulere
  15. Dum puerī in agrīs errant, quis in vīllā sedet?
    In villa sedet vir Romanus, nomine Gaius Cornelius.
  16. Cūr Cornēlius in vīllā sedet?
    Solus sedet quod multas epistulas scribere vult.
  17. Quis puerōs salūtat?
    pueri salutat nuntius
  18. Cūr Sextus “eugepae” clāmat?
    "Eugepae" clamat Sextus, quod Romam ire vult.
  19. Cūr prīnceps senātōrēs ad urbem revocāre vult?
    Eos consulere vult.
  20. Cūr nūntius ad vīllam venit?
    Nuntius Gaium Cornelium petit
  21. The nominative plural of puella is
    puellae
  22. The accusative plural of nūntius is
    Nuntios
  23. The accusative singular of lupus is
    lupum
  24. The accusative singular of epistula is
    epistulam
  25. The nominative plural of servus is
    servi
  26. The accusative plural of stola is
    stolas
  27. The accusative singular of pater is
    patrem
  28. The accusative plural of vōx is
    voces
  29. The nominative plural of senātor is
    Senatores
  30. The accusative singular of urbs is
    Urbem
  31. Translate
    Cornēlia nōn est laeta quod Flāvia Rōmam venīre nōn potest.
    Cornelia is not happy because Flavia is not able to come to Rome.
  32. Translate
    Dum nūntius Marcum et Cornēliam salūtat, Gaius epistulam legit.
    While the messenger greets Marcus and Sextus, Gaius reads many letters.
  33. Translate
    Nūntius quī ad Marcum venit, “GaiumCornēlium petō,” inquit.
    • The messenger who comes toward Marcus,
    • says "I seek Gaius Cornelius".
  34. Mārcus et Sextus servōs in agrīs labōrantēs spectant.
    True
  35. Gāius Cornēlius est senātor Rōmānus.
    True
  36. Nūntius advenit quī epistulam ad Mārcum trādit.
    • False
    • Nūntius ad Cornelium trādit.
  37. Sextus gemit quod Rōmam īre nōn vult.
    • False
    • Sextus Romam ire vult.
  38. Flāvia in vīllā sedet quod multās epistulās scrībere vult.
    • False
    • Gaius Cornelius in vīllā sedet quod multās epistulās scrībere vult.
  39. Dum puerī in agrīs errant, nūntius advenit.
    True
  40. Nūntius Aurēliam petit.
    • False 
    • Nūntius Cornēlium petit.
  41. Necesse est Rōmam redīre quod prīnceps Cornēlium revocat.
    True
  42. Flāvia ad urbem nōn īre potest; itaque Cornēlia misera est.
    True
  43. Princeps senātorēs omnēs cōnsulere vult.
    True

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