Seventh Grade Latin Stage Five Test

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  1. Atrium
    reception hall
  2. Canis
    dog 
  3. coquus
    cook
  4. cubiculum
    bedroom
  5. culina
    kitchen
  6. est
    is
  7. filius
    son
  8. hortus
    garden
  9. in
    • Accusative - into, onto
    • Ablative - in, on
  10. laborat
    is working
  11. mater
    mother
  12. matres
    mothers
  13. pater
    father
  14. sedet
    sits, is sitting
  15. servus
    slave, servant
  16. tablinum
    study
  17. triclinium
    office
  18. via
    street
  19. intrat
    enters
  20. circumspectat
    looks around
  21. scribit
    is writing
  22. bibit
    is drinking
  23. laborat
    is working
  24. dormit
    is sleeping
  25. cibus
    food
  26. mensa
    table
  27. alit
    jumps
  28. stat
    stands
  29. stertit
    snores
  30. latrat
    barks
  31. surgit
    gets up, rises
  32. iratus
    angry
  33. pestis!
    pest!
  34. Furcifer! 
    scoundrel
  35. clamat
    shouts
  36. exit
    goes out, leaves
  37. amicus
    friend
  38. ancilla
    slave-girl, slave-woman
  39. cena
    dinner
  40. cibus
    food
  41. dominus
    master
  42. dormit
    sleeps
  43. gustat
    tastes
  44. laetus
    happy
  45. laudat
    praises
  46. mercator
    merchant
  47. quoque
    also
  48. salutat
    greets
  49. toga
    toga
  50. tunica
    tunic
  51. visitat
    is visiting
  52. vila
    house
  53. pecunia
    money
  54. numerat
    counts 
  55. argentarius
    banker
  56. salve!
    hello!
  57. respondet
    replies
  58. leco
    a couch
  59. recumbit
    reclines
  60. audit
    hears, listens to
  61. cena
    dinner
  62. exspectat
    waits for
  63. vituperat
    tells off, curses
  64. portat
    is carrying
  65. vinum
    wine
  66. optimus
    very good, excellent
  67. laudat
    praises
  68. suaviter
    sweetly
  69. delectat
    pleases
  70. et
    and
  71. mox
    soon
  72. videt
    sees
  73. consumit
    eats
  74. magnifice
    magnificently, in style
  75. cenat
    eats, dines
  76. spectat
    looks at, watches
  77. laetissimus
    very happy
  78. ad
    to
  79. clamat
    shouts
  80. ecce! 
    see! look!
  81. forum
    forum, business center, market place
  82. ianua
    door
  83. iratus
    angry
  84. leo
    lion
  85. magnus
    big, large, great
  86. navis
    ship
  87. non
    not
  88. portat
    carries
  89. taberna
    store, shop, inn
  90. negotium agit
    does business
  91. pictor
    painter, artist
  92. ambulat
    is walking
  93. tonsor
    barber
  94. venalicius
    slave-dealer
  95. venit
    comes
  96. pulsat
    knocks
  97. aperit
    opens
  98. vocat
    calls
  99. ducit
    leads
  100. pictura
    picture
  101. pingit
    paints
  102. pingitis
    you all paint
  103. magnus
    big, large
  104. leo
    lion
  105. ferociter
    fiercely
  106. petit
    heads for, attacks
  107. fustem
    club
  108. tenet
    is holding
  109. verberat
    strikes
  110. fortis
    brave, strong
  111. revenit
    returns
  112. intente 
    intently
  113. inquit
    says
  114. occupatus
    busy
  115. senex
    old man
  116. sella
    chair
  117. novaculum
    razor
  118. barbam
    beard
  119. tondet
    trims
  120. poeta
    poet
  121. versum
    line or verse
  122. recitat
    recites
  123. ridet
    laughs, smiles
  124. sed
    but
  125. scurrilis
    obscene, dirty
  126. perterritus
    terrified
  127. secat
    cuts
  128. multus
    much
  129. sanguis 
    blood
  130. fluit
    flows
  131. portum
    harbor
  132. navem Syriam
    Syrian ship
  133. prope
    near
  134. quaerit
    looks for, searches
  135. habet
    has
  136. contentus
    satisfied
  137. emit
    buys
  138. satis!
    enough
  139. bonus
    good
  140. pulchra
    beautiful
  141. lingua
    language
  142. Latina
    Latin
  143. discit
    learns
  144. doctus
    skillfull
  145. eheu!
    alas! oh dear!
  146. agit
    does
  147. anulus
    ring
  148. cera
    wax, wax tablet
  149. coquit
    cooks
  150. cur?
    why?
  151. e, ex
    out of, from
  152. ab
    away from
  153. ego
    I
  154. tu
    you
  155. nos
    we
  156. vos
    you all
  157. inquit
    says
  158. iudex
    judge
  159. mendax
    liar
  160. quis
    who
  161. quid?
    what?
  162. signum
    sign, seal, signal
  163. vendit
    sells
  164. vocat
    calls
  165. argentariam
    banker's stall
  166. Graecus
    Greek
  167. probus
    honest
  168. adest
    is here
  169. adsum
    I am here
  170. Graecia
    Greece
  171. tamen
    however
  172. tandem
    finish, end
  173. semper
    always
  174. ego 
    I
  175. reddit
    gives back
  176. imprimo
    press
  177. tradit
    hands over
  178. capit
    takes
  179. basilicam
    courthouse
  180. Pompeianus
    Pompeian
  181. urbe
    city
  182. cotidie
    every day
  183. hodie
    today
  184. debet
    owes
  185. mendax
    liar
  186. meus
    my, mine
  187. testis
    witness
  188. tuus
    your
  189. accusat
    accuses
  190. rem
    thing
  191. celat
    hides
  192. convinct
    convicts
  193. adest
    is here
  194. adsunt
    are here
  195. agricola
    farmer
  196. ambulat
    walks
  197. audit
    hears, listens to 
  198. clamor
    shout, uproar
  199. contendit
    hurries
  200. currit
    runs
  201. euge!
    hurrah
  202. fabula
    story, play
  203. fabulam agit
    acts in a plat
  204. femina
    woman
  205. hodie
    today
  206. iuvenis
    young man
  207. meus
    my, mine
  208. multus
    much
  209. multi
    many
  210. optimus
    very good, excellent, best
  211. petit
    heads for, attacks, seeks
  212. plaudit
    applauds, claps
  213. puella
    girl
  214. senex
     old man
  215. spectat
    looks at, watches
  216. stat
    stands
  217. turba
    crowd
  218. ubi?
    Where?
  219. Urbe
    city
  220. actor
    actor
  221. otiosi
    at leisure, with time off, idle
  222. quietus
    quiet
  223. theatro
    theater
  224. nauta
    sailor
  225. dominus
    master
  226. petunt
    heads for, seeks
  227. pastores
    shephards
  228. de
    down from
  229. monte
    mountain
  230. per
    through
  231. porta
    gate
  232. ruit
    rushes
  233. nuntius
    messenger
  234. dat
    gives
  235. uxor
    wife
  236. manet
    remains, stays
  237. spector
    spectators
  238. tandem
    at last
  239. scaena
    stage
  240. plaudat
    applaud, clap
  241. subito
    suddenly
  242. funambulus
    tightrope walker
  243. nemo
    no one
  244. columba
    dove, pigeon
  245. vir
    man
  246. ager
    field
  247. magister, magistra
    teacher
  248. mons
    mountain
  249. neminem
    no one
  250. vexat
    annoys, is annoying
  251. dicit
    says
  252. facit
    does
  253. capit
    takes
  254. dormit
    sleeps
  255. venit
    comes
  256. English:
     Agriculture
    noun. The science, art, or occupation of tending to the soil and raising livestock. agricola. farmer
  257. English: 
     auditory
     adj. pertaining to hearing. audit. hears.
  258. English: 
    Dictator
    noun. one a government or individual exercising complete and unrestricted power. dicit. says.
  259. English: 
    juvenile
    noun. a young person or youth. iuvenis. young man
  260. English: 
    portal
    noun. a door, gate, or passageway, usually with a regal imposition. porta. gate
  261. English: 
    Pastoral
    adjective. rural, having to do with countryside. pastor. shephard
  262. English: 
    Puerile
    adjective. of or pertaining to a young person or youth. Puer. boy.
  263. English: 
    Uxorial
    adjective. of or pertaining to a wife or wifely duties. Uxor. Wife.
  264. English: 
    Vendor
    noun. A person or agency that sells. vendit. sells
  265. English: 
    vexatious
    adjective. annoying or troublesome. Vexat. Annoying.
  266. What two things are mentioned when explaining a verb?
    person and number
  267. what two things are mentioned when explaining a noun?
    case and declension
  268. Conjugate the verb of being
    • sum    sumus
    • es      estis
    • est     sunt
  269. name the first declension endings
    • -a     -ae
    • -ae   -arum
    • -ae   -is
    • -am  -as
    • -a     -is
  270. name the second declension endings
    • -us/um  -i
    • -i          -orum
    • -o         -is
    • -um      -os
    • -o         -is
  271. Name the third declension endings
    • varies  -es
    • -is       -um
    • -I        -ibus
    • -em     -es
    • -e        -ibus
  272. what two functions are nominative?
    subject and predicate nominative
  273. What does the predicate nominative follow?
    the verb of being
  274. What are two functions of the accusative case?
    Direct object and object of the preposition
  275. what always precedes the object of the preposition?
    a preposition (only in (into, onto), ad, prope and per)
  276. What is the function of an ablative?
    object of the preposition (cum, ab, in, e/ex)
  277. when were plays performed?
    during festivals
  278. Three kinds of people that attended plays?
    men, woman, and slaves
  279. what three things were brought to the theater?
    food and drink for the day, cushions to sit on, and sunshades
  280. Who did not need to hurry?
    members of the council did not need to hurry because they had tokens that reserved them seats up front in the orchaestra
  281. Where were latecomers seated?
    at the top/back
  282. How many people could the large theater hold? 
    5,000 people
  283. odeon
    the smaller closed roof theater next to the large theater
  284. cawea
    seating area
  285. scaena
    stage
  286. scaena frons
    the building behind the theater that was as tall as the theater and served as a back drop
  287. How much did plays cost? why?
    admission was free because a rich roman citizen paid for it to gain political popularity
  288. Name three kinds of relief from the heat during plays
    scented water was sprinkled by attendants, sailors unrolled a canvas awning, and sunshades 
  289. what was a mix of opera and ballet with a typically serious greek myth plot?
    pantomime
  290. What did pantomime need to be performed?
    a asked actor and a chorus
  291. Pantomime actors were usually who?
    Greek actors and freed slaves
  292. What is a farce?
    Short, crude, one-act plays at the end of lengthy plays. these were usually about Italian country life
  293. how were characters recognized in farces?
    by masks
  294. what were theater masks most likely made of?
    linen covered with plaster and painted
  295. name two famous play writers
    Plautus and Terrence
  296. what are the verb endings?
    • -o   -mus
    • -s   -tis
    • -t    -nt

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