Latin Chapter 10

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  1. In villa corneliana Aurelia togam gerit
    False
  2. In urbe togas praetextas liberi gerere solent
    True
  3. Gaius et Aurelia in urbe stolam gerere solent
    False
  4. Sextus et Marcus cistas e cubiculis in viam portant
    False
  5. Sextus sollicitus est, quod Geta cistam Sexti in raedam iacit
    True
  6. Aurelia ancillas iubet Corneliam adiuvare
    False
  7. Corelii discedere parati sunt, sed Aurelia Corneliam non videt
    True
  8. Geta est vilicus et omnia curat
    False
  9. In his treatise on agriculture, Cato reminds his readers that slaves are humans and should be treated with dignity, not as property
    False
  10. Roman law required fugitive slaves to be executed immediately upon capture
    False
  11. slaves in ancient Rome, even those under goo masters, realized their inferior position in society
    True
  12. The brand FUG stood for fugitivus
    True
  13. The paterfamilias had the right to beat or kill any of his own slaves
    True
  14. she helps
    adiuvat
  15. we watch
    observamus
  16. they try
    temptant
  17. you stand
    stas
  18. they drive off
    repelliunt
  19. they remain
    manent
  20. get up
    surge
  21. we make
    facimus
  22. you seek
    petitis
  23. they throw
    iaciunt
  24. carriage
    raeda
  25. on a journey
    in itinere
  26. road
    via
  27. coachman
    raedarius
  28. children
    liberi
  29. trunk,chest
    cista
  30. meanwhie
    interea
  31. at that very moment
    eo ipso tempore
  32. a certain slave
    servus quidam
  33. stick
    baculum
  34. an author who cared for a former slave and sent him to Egypt
    Pliny
  35. A slaveowner renowned for his cruel and sadistic behavior to his slaves
    Vedius Pollio
  36. The felt hat worn by a freedman
    libertus
  37. the name given to the process of setting a slave free
    manumissio
  38. Nondum lucet, sed ancilla, quae semper stenue laborat, tunicas et togas in cistam ponit.
    It is not yet light, but the slavewoman, who always works hard, puts the tunics and togas into the chest.
  39. Davus ipse, qui baculum tenet, omnia curat
    Davus himself, who holds a stick, looks after everything.
  40. Aurelia servos villam Cornelianam curare iubet, quod Cornelii cras discedunt.
    Aurelia orders the slaves to look after the Cornelian country house, because the Cornelii leaves tomorrow.
  41. Geta, Aurelia says, do not wake up the boys
    Geta, Aurelia inquit, Noli pueros excitare
  42. Davus teaches the slaves to care for the horses
    Davus servos docet equos curare
  43. to say (imperative)
    • dic
    • dicite
  44. to lead (imperative)
    • duc
    • ducite
  45. to make (imperative)
    • fac
    • facite
  46. to bring (imperative)
    • fer
    • ferte
  47. first conjugation
    are with macron over a
  48. second conjugation
    ere with macron over first e
  49. third conjugation
    ere no macrons
  50. fourth conjugation
    ire with macron over i
  51. to put
    ponere
  52. equus
    horse
  53. (he/she) throws
    iacit
  54. (he/she) has, holds
    habet
  55. (he/she) orders
    iubet
  56. (he/she) stands
    stat
  57. 1st Conjugation
    • paro      paramus
    • paras     paratis
    • parat    parant
  58. 2nd Conjugation
    • habeo   habemus
    • habes   habetis
    • habet   habent
  59. 3rd Conjugation
    • mitto   mittimus
    • mittis   mittitis
    • mittit   mittunt
  60. 4th Conjugation
    • audio   audimus
    • audis   auditis
    • audit   audiunt
  61. Take care of the horses, Syrus! Lead the horses into the road!
    Cura equos, Syre! Duc equos in viam!
  62. Dont throw my trunk slaves! Bring my trunk to the door!
    Nolite cistam meam iacere, Servi! Ferte cistam meam ad ianuam!
  63. Come out of the bedroom, Marcus! Dont annoy me
    Veni e cubiculo, Marce! Noli me vexare
  64. Syra and Thressa, cook the food immediately!
    Syra et thressa, statim cibum coquint.

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