Latin Chapter 13

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  1. ____, partis, gen.pl.,____,____,_____
    • pars
    • partium,
    • feminine,
    • part
  2. ___, pedis,_____,_____
    • pēs
    • masculine
    • foot
  3. Gloss the following: iter, ferōciter, Quam…!
    • journey,
    • Fiercely,
    • How
  4. Nom.Sin.
    aurīga
    canis
    cīvis
    • Gen.Pl.
    • aurīgarum
    • canum
    • cīvium
  5. Nom.Sin
    nox
    pars
    pēs
    • Gen.Pl.
    • noctium
    • partium
    • pedium
  6. Nom.Sin
    prīnceps
    raedārius
    urbs
    • Gen.Pl.
    • prīncepum
    • raedāriōrum
    • urbium
  7. Nom.Sin
    vōx
    • Gen.Pl.
    • vōcum
  8. Provide the 3rd sg., present tense forms of the verbs inveniō and ambulō.
    invenit, ambulat
  9. Provide the 3rd sg., imperfect tense forms of the verbs iubeō and possum.
    iubēbat, poterat
  10. Provide the 3rd pl., present tense forms of the verbs ferō, sum, and lātrō.
    ferunt, sunt, lātrant
  11. Provide the 3rd sg., imperfect tense forms of the verbs sum, eō, and quiēscō.
    erant, ībant, quiēscēbant
  12. Syrus raedārius, quod Cornēlius eum festīnāre iubēbat, equōs identidem incitābat.
    Syrus the coachman, because Cornelius orders him to hurry, spurs on the horses again and again.
  13. Omnēs līberī rīdēbant et clāmābant, quod urbem Rōmam vidēre volēbant.
    All the children were laughing and shouting, because they wanted to see the Roman city.
  14. Dum iter in raedā faciēbat, Cornēlia dormīre nōn poterat.
    While he does the journey in a carriage, Cornelia is not able to sleep.
  15. Quod septima hōra erant, vehicula per Viam Appiam nōn iam ībant.
    Because it is the seventh hour, the vehicle is not to go by way of the Appian Way now.
  16. Tabellāriī  semper epistulās ab urbe ad omnēs partēs Italiae ferēbant.
    The couriers are always carrying letters from the city to all parts of Italy.
  17. At the seventh hour the day was warm. Near the Appian Way the peasants, who were resting under the trees were not working. While the were sitting, they watched the vehicles and the road. “Many vehicles make a journey by way of the Appian Way today,” says another peasant. “Look a carriage!” “Look a courier!” “Yes” responds another peasant. “How fiercely the courier spurs on the horses!” Again and again he beats the horses. Does he want to go to Naples? Why does he not watch out for the carriage? “The carriage also makes the journey fast.” says a third peasant. “Why does it not go slowly through the street?” The distinguished senator, who wants to arrive quickly to the city, makes the journey in a carriage? “Look” shouts another. “Now the courier turnsthe horses into the carriage.” Watch out for the carriage, you stupid courier! Hold the horses! “You do not want to suddenly turn the horses into the carriage!” “Ahh!” shouts a peasant. “The carriage falls into a ditch.” Look sad children! It is necessary for us to help them immediately.
    At the seventh hour the day was warm. Near the Appian Way the peasants, who were resting under the trees were not working. While the were sitting, they watched the vehicles and the road. “Many vehicles make a journey by way of the Appian Way today,” says another peasant. “Look a carriage!” “Look a courier!” “Yes” responds another peasant. “How fiercely the courier spurs on the horses!” Again and again he beats the horses. Does he want to go to Naples? Why does he not watch out for the carriage? “The carriage also makes the journey fast.” says a third peasant. “Why does it not go slowly through the street?” The distinguished senator, who wants to arrive quickly to the city, makes the journey in a carriage? “Look” shouts another. “Now the courier turnsthe horses into the carriage.” Watch out for the carriage, you stupid courier! Hold the horses! “You do not want to suddenly turn the horses into the carriage!” “Ahh!” shouts a peasant. “The carriage falls into a ditch.” Look sad children! It is necessary for us to help them immediately.
  18. Meanwhile Aurelia was still anxiously watching the road.
    Intereā Aurēlia viam spectābat sollicitus adhūc.
  19. The courier wanted to carry the citizens'  letters quickly to the city.
    Tabellārius epistulam cīvis fer volēbat celeriter ad urbem.
  20. aurīga, _____,_______,______
    aurīgae, masculine, charioteer
  21. cīvis, _____, gen.pl.,______,_______,______
    • cīvis
    • cīvium,
    • masculine/feminine,
    • citizen
  22. rūsticus, ______,______,_______
    rusticī, masculine, peasant
  23. tabellārius, _____,______,_____
    • tabellāriī,
    • masculine,
    • courier
  24. vītō, ______,______
    • vītāre,
    • to avoid

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