Latin 3

Novae Res

HW due Monday 10/20: I'd like you to choose an emperor to start doing a card for...you have three to choose from and they're pretty interesting, I think. To earn your X, I expect to see either a Word file or a sheet of notes...enough facts for one emperor. Maybe not the songs part yet :)

HW due Friday 10/20: finish scene VI (the rest is under the vocab on the next page)

HW due Thursday 10/19: scene VI until Miles and Edax leave

HW due Wednesday 10/18: we're going to start the next stage of Roman history! To prepare mentally, take a few minutes and see if you can remember how things ended in Latin 2, after the Republic. Hint: Julius Caesar is what it's all about

Unit Text: 10/17 -- Auricula, verb synopsis, pronouns

HW due Monday 10/16: complete scene V of Auricula. (hints: amor amoris M is the noun for love, in Laurina's 2nd time talking "amare" is functioning as a subject) **1st block students, don't forget to bring non-perishable food**

Vocabulary Quiz: Friday 10/13

HW due *Thursday* 10/11: complete scene IV of Auricula. To get those Xes for both today and tomorrow, toss in 20 minutes of studying vocab over these two days

HW due Tuesday 10/10: complete the back of today's worksheet (fun verb forms!) and the front if you didn't finish in class

Sorry I'm not in school today. Good luck on your quiz! Please fill in your sheet and complete Write Mode for this last Auricula list. Have a fun weekend! Cupcakes are better than beer!

Vocab Quiz on Friday 10/6. Hint: there might be some review on there...

HW due Thursday 10/5: c/p/t through the end of scene 3, and the first 3 dialogue bits in scene 4 (through "navigabit"). P.S. The best way to translate that "et idem occidi" is something like "and I killed them the same"

HW due Wednesday 10/4: translate these participle-containing sentences in the nominative:

  1. I hear girls singing songs.
  2. The great soldier, conquering a new land, lives with many cares.
  3. Go on, students, seize the fleeing hour!
  4. His speed is about to be so great!

HW due Tuesday 10/3: c/p/t in scene III of Auricula through "matremque"

HW due Monday 10/2: complete Write Mode for the new list. (1st block, don't forget your little test!)

Verb Synopsis mini-Test: Friday 9/29

HW due Thursday 9/28: c/p/t the second scene of Auricula. Consider studying verbs too

HW due Wednesday 9/27: finish the *first* scene of Auricula Meretricula

HW due Tuesday 9/26: verb synopsis of revenio revenire revēni reventus - return in 3rd plural neuter. If you didn't get the verb notes in class, watch them here.

HW due Monday 9/25: verb synopsis of emo emere emi emptus - buy in 1st pl neuter

Quiz on Friday 9/22: parsing/translating of the Pan et Syringa story as well as your individual stories. You also might want to try to remember what the other stories are about :)

HW for Thursday 9/21: make sure to put a few things on your movie paper (if you can't remember anything, you can find the movie on youtube?) and take a minute to try to remember the relative pronoun chart :)

Pronoun Quiz: Wednesday 9/20

HW due Tuesday 9/19: complete on your verb synopsis sheet (muto and dico) through what we have reviews--the perfect system and Imperative as well as the Pan story. Be ready to answer questions about it in Latin! Also, study those pronouns and what they mean...your quiz will include questions that require you to translate them in context.

HW due Monday 9/18: finish the Pan et Syringa story. Study verbs and/or pronouns if you need to!

HW due Friday 9/15: c/p/t through "ero", halfway through the Pan et Syringa story

HW due Thursday 9/14: copy and translate. Pay attention to tense/voice!

  1. Id capiēmus.
  2. Hoc a me scribebatur.
  3. Eae ad hoc ducebantur.
  4. Viri se habent quod miseri sunt.
  5. Pecuniam eīs debebo sed illi nobis dabunt.
  6. Hae manebant et illi venient.
  7. De eo monebas et nunc valebo.

Vocabulary Quiz: 9/13

HW due Tuesday 9/12: complete the 9/11 article assignment on Frog

HW due Monday 9/11: Coat of Arms! Make sure you understand your story well enough to be able to perform it after 10 minutes of prep.

Noun Endings Quiz: Friday 9/8. I promise to ACTUALLY give you time to work on the Coat of Arms, so make sure you know what you want to do...those will be due Monday

HW due Thursday 9/7: copy, parse as necessary, and translate--

  1. Many men come to the road today.
  2. We used to owe money, but they gave us enough.
  3. A poor woman led me to the road, therefore I will give her money.

HW due Wednesday 9/6: complete Write Mode for the new list! Make sure you joined the class first!!!

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