Latin Book 1A Test

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  1. Caupo Graecus in the ablative singular is
    caupone graecò
  2. Magnus fragor in the accusative singular is
    magnum fragorem
  3. multa plaustra in the ablative plural is
    multìs plaustrìs
  4. Multae epistulae in the accusative plural is
    multàs epistulàs
  5. 30
    - XXX
  6. 74
    - LXXIV
  7. 1514
    - MDXIV
  8. 40
    - XL
  9. 93
    - XCIII
  10. 1910 -
    MCMX
  11. 49
    - XLIX
  12. 200
    - CC
  13. 1997
    - MCMXCVII
  14. adhuc
    - still
  15. ibi
    - there
  16. saepe
    - often
  17. ferociter
    - fiercely
  18. iterum
    - again, a second time
  19. statim
    - immediately
  20. fortasse
    - perhaps
  21. non iam
    - no longer
  22. cesso, cessare imperfect
    • cessábam cessabámus
    • cessábas cessabátis
    • cessábat cessábant
  23. ago, agere imperfect
    • agēbam agēbāmus
    • agēbās agēbātis
    • agēbat agēbant
  24. fero, ferre present and imperfect
    • feró ferimus ferébam ferébámus
    • fers fertis ferébás ferébátis
    • fert ferunt ferébat ferébant
  25. Irata Cornelia, “Abi, moleste puer!” clamabat.
    Angry Cornelia was shouting, “Go away, annoying boy!”
  26. Ubi raeda in fossam descendit, omnes Cornelii concidunt.
    When the carriage goes down into the ditch, all of the Cornelii fall down.
  27. Vestigia lupi puellae videbant.
    The girls see the tracks of the wolf.
  28. Many wagons were going to the city.
    Multa plaustra ad urbem ìbant.
  29. One girl and two boys are sitting under a tree.
    Ùna puella et duo puerì sub arbore sedébant.
  30. The carriage sticks motionless in the ditch.
    Cisium in fossà immòbilis haeret.
  31. The coachman kept shouting in a loud voice.
    Raedarius magnà vocé clamàbat.

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