Latin 2

Novae Res

Wanna keep your Latin up over the summer? Here are some options:

  • A cute old Youtube channel called Forum Romanum
  • Free Rice allows you to study vocab and contribute to charity at the same time
  • Here's a list of some apps
  • Just reviewing the Quizlet lists

HW due Thursday 4/19: bring stuff for your 1st period toiletries drive box!

Regulus and Synopsis Test: Wednesday 4/18

HW due Tuesday 4/17: complete the Regulus story (and bring stuff for the toiletries drive for your 1st period!)

There will be a Regulus test soon, so this weekend I recommend spending some Quizlet time with the list and whatever else you need to improve your parsing. If you're going to prom--have a great time while avoiding dangerous situations

Regulus Parsing/Translationg Quiz: Friday 4/13....also, extra credit if you look up how to put a toga on on Youtube and bring a sheet!

HW due Thursday 4/12: complete through "desiderant" in paragraph 2 of the Regulus story

HW due Wednesday 4/11: complete through "habetur" in the Regulus story

Regulus Vocab Quiz: Tuesday 4/10

HW due Monday 4/9: write a Latin sentence to go with each vocab word on your list which is a compound of sum. (that's IV sentences total)

HW due Friday 4/6: the Caesar Expressions Assignment on'll have about 10 more minutes in class to finish, but get yourself to a place where that's enough time

HW due Thursday 4/5: I will give a couple extra credit points to whoever has the top 3 scores on Scatter and the top 3 scores on Gravity at dat vocab!

HW due Wednesday 4/4: complete Write Mode for the new list

Twitter Project Due: Tuesday, April 3rd. (email me with questions!)

Summative Wednesday 3/28: verb synopsis, demonstrative pronouns, declining, Mucius Scaevola story

HW due Tuesday 3/27: synopsis of scio scire scivi scitus - know in the 2nd plural masc

No homework over this weekend except to work on your Twitter project. Also, since the snow days messed up my plans, we'll be having a unit test ths week before Spring if you feel unsure about anything like the Mucius Scaevola story, maybe go over it and/or plan to stay after

Relative Clause/Pronoun Quiz: Friday 3/22. It will have sentences from the ENTIRE relative clause worksheet. Please finish it, then watch/listen to this video of my going over it to prepare or the quiz. The video is 17 minutes. Consider doing some worksheet, watching some video, taking a break, then repeating. Email me with questions!

HW due Thursday 3/22: Please get through #16 on the relative clause worksheet

HW due Wednesday 3/21: let's work more on relative clauses! Please get through #12 on the worksheet

HW due Tuesday 3/20: complete a verb synopsis of audio audire audivi auditus - hear in the 2nd person plural, feminine

HW over the weekend: start working on your Twitter project so I can answer some questions

HW due Friday 3/16: it's the Ides of March, relax :) (or use this opportunity to do the homework you might not have done last night?)

If you're taking the National Latin Exam on Thursday, please remember to go to the library for 2nd period, and consider studying at HW due Thursday THE IDES OF MARCH: finish the Mucius Scaevola story.

HW due Wednesday 3/14: copy, parse, and translate through "incendunt" in the Mucius Scaevola story

3rd Declension Quiz: Tuesday 3/13

HW due Monday 3/12: complete the 1st paragraph of the Mucius Scaevola story

HW due Friday 3/9: copy, parse, and translate through "ivit" in the Mucius Scaevola story (also, if you're taking the National Latin Exam next Thursday you can learn about it at

Vocab Quiz on Thursday 3/8. If you didn't finish that verb worksheet for Wednesday, please see the note below and complete it

HW due Wednesday 3/7: complete the perfect system practice worksheet (it says Lesson 12 on the top) ***please change E to "you will have been killed" and yes, there's no F

Perfect, Pluperfect, and Future Perfect Conjugation Quiz: Tuesday 5/5

HW due Monday 3/5: if you are in 5th block, get the notes you missed off of Frog, then everybody..copy and translate:

  1. We had asked
  2. She ran
  3. I will have put
  4. Y'all feared
  5. They had driven out
  6. You will have asked
  7. To be feared
  8. To be put
  9. Run to Quizlet and learn!

HW due Friday 3/2: conjugate each verb in the requested tense and translate 1 form from each into English. (if you were absent, please go copy both sets of notes firest)

  1. timeo timēre timui - fear - perfect
  2. rogo rogare rogavi rogatus - ask - pluperfect
  3. expello expellere expuli expulsus - perfect
  4. pono ponere posui positus - put - pluperfect

HW due Thursday 3/1: complete Write Mode for the new list

Hic and Ille Quiz: Wednesday 2/28

HW due Tuesday 2/27: copy, parse, and translate:

  1. Vocavi hunc.
  2. Didicisti hoc.
  3. Docerunt hanc.
  4. Cepit illos.
  5. Revenimus illud.
  6. Ducistis illam.

HW due Monday 2/26: complete this and that Learn Mode. Hint: go to Options on the bottom left, and make it so that you "Answer With" the Latin only.

Y'know what, I don't have time to grade your tests tonight, so you don't have homework either. :)

Unit Test: Thursday 2/22: Numbers/numerals, passive, Horatii

Vocab Quiz: Wednesday 2/21

HW due Tuesday 2/20th: record yourself reading the entire "Tot Verbs" vocab list (Latin and English). You will be graded on pronunciation and accuracy. You may either email it to me (if you use your phone) or use the Frog assignment (which also has instructions for how to use Quicktime).

Verb Quiz: 2/16. Study those passive endings!

HW due Thursday 2/15: finish the Horatii story and verb worksheet if you didn't already (I'll check it for credit on Thursday). Also copy and translate these verb forms:

  1. sciebantur
  2. mittimini
  3. capiētis
  4. ducor
  5. docebitur

HW due Wednesday 2/14: finish the Horatii story and do Write Mode for the new list

HW due Tuesday 2/13: get through "adiuvant!” in the Horatii story and then prepare for the Pronoun Quiz

HW due Monday 2/12: in preparation for Tuesday's pronoun quiz, complete Learn Mode for the IS EA ID list

Verb Quiz on Friday 2/9: 3 tenses, and subject-verb agreement...just like the worksheet with the elephant

HW due Thursday 2/8: get up to the end of the paragraph in the Horatii story and copy/parse/translate these pronoun sentences (WATCH OUT FOR VERB TENSES):

  1. Nos te necabimus.
  2. De eo dicebant.
  3. Eos et vos vidēmus.
  4. Nos de eīs dicēmus.
  5. Cur eae id faciunt?

HW due Wednesday 2/7: get up to the quote in the Horatii story and copy/translate these pronoun sentences-

  1. Ea me videt.
  2. Nos te videmus.
  3. Id mihi da!
  4. Amicus eius est bonus.
  5. Vos amo.

Numbers and Numerals Quiz: Tuesday 2/6

HW due Monday 2/5: complete the front of the heri-hodie-cras worksheet

1st and 2nd declension Endings Quiz: 2/2

HW due Thursday 2/1: copy and turn the Roman numerals to our (Arabic) numerals and the words to Latin words:

  2. CCIL
  6. eighteen
  7. eleven
  8. a thousand
  9. seventeen
  10. five

HW due Wednesday 1/31: Responde Latine:

  1. Quot sunt tres et duo?
  2. Quot sunt tres de decem?
  3. Quot sunt decem et octo?
  4. Quot sunt unus de quindecim?
  5. Quot sunt sex et undecim?
  6. Quot sunt decem multiplicat decem?

HW due Tuesday 1/30: please copy this English short story and label the sentence roles of nouns: One boy saw seven bears with a hundred teeth. The bears' teeth were big. Six girls gave the boy swords and so he stabbed six of the bears but the seventh one ate him.

Salvete, discipuli. Estis in Latina secunda!

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