Latin 4

Novae Res

HW due Tuesday 5/20: complete Write Mode for the new list

HW due Monday 5/19: c/p/t through "obstipuit" in line 219. Watch out for the's the DO of vidit a few lines later...

Figures of Speech Quiz and Ides of March FESTIVAL: Friday 3/16

If you're taking the National Latin Exam tomorrow, consider looking over some stuff at and remember to go the library for 2nd block. HW for Thursday THE IDES OF MARCH: Turn in your Figures of Speech Latin examples here

HW due Wednesday 3/14: keep studying those Figures of Speech and c/p/t through "nido" in line 214

HW due Tuesday 3/13: find an English example for each of our figures of speech (you can skip Memetic Syntax it you want) and submit them here or use the Frog assignment.

HW due Monday 3/12: c/p/t through "manūs" in line 211. If you were absent, the Frog tab with all the Ovid has what we went over (with a hint for the following bit at the bottom).

Irregular Verb Quiz: Friday 3/9. Also, finish those sentences on the irregular verb handout. The quiz will draw from that sheet, your derivative worksheet, and there'll be one synopsis.

HW due Thursday 3/8: on the derivative worksheet you got in class, complete the front then part C on the back, then on the Irregular Verb Practice worksheet please do #1-8 on the back

HW due Wednesday 3/7: study those crazy irregular verbs! Please finish the front of the irregular verb worksheet (compounds!) and go in Daedalus and Icarus through "viam"

HW due Tuesday 3/6: c/p/t through "vola" in 206. Also, your voting paragraph is due! If you were absent and need to watch one of the videos, you can have a few extra days since I haven't even uploaded them yet. :) I know it's a bit, I'll move your irregular verb quiz over a day so you can focus on doing this stuff well today

HW due Monday 3/5: make sure you have the irregular verb notes and study those and please go through "aura" in line 202 of Daedalus and Icarus

HW due Friday 3/2: go through "mollibat" in line 199. If you were absent, please copy the notes you missed from Frog

HW due Thursday 3/1: go through "aves" in line 195 of Daedalus and Icarus. Also, prepare for a 4th/5th declension quiz

So here's the deal, the 4th and 5th Declension quiz will be Thursday unless you're going on that NIH field trip, in which case you're taking it early on Wednesday. Also, presentations begin Wednesday!

HW due Tuesday 2/27: that 4th/5th declension handout. Both sides!

HW due Monday 2/26 - copy, parse, and translate in Daedalus and Icarus from lines 183-189 (through novat). Watch out for genders of words in case you're not sure what an adjective is describing. Credo in vobis!

Wonders of the World Presentations Begin Wednesday 2/28

Test on Thursday 2/22: synopsis, clauses, Caligula and Alexander readings

Vocab Quiz: Wednesday 2/21

HW due Monday 2/16: complete the Alexander the Great reading (attached on Frog if you were absent). Maybe study for Wednesday's vocab quiz too?

No HW for Friday. You're welcome. Some of you should study clauses and vocab though. :) We will be reading a short passage on Friday. If you're absent, I expect you to do it on your own since it'll show up on our unit test next week.

HW due Thursday 2/15: finish the clause sheet

Vocab Quiz: Wednesday 2/14

HW due Tuesday 2/13: finish through #12 on the clause sheet

HW due Monday 2/12: complete the Caligula story. I promise to actually grade it and give you credit :)

For Friday 2/9: most importantly, BRING YOUR CIBUM, second most importantly, study for the Synopsis Quiz, third most importantly write a "yo mamma" joke with a result clause

HW due Thursday 2/8: complete a synopsis of surgo in the 1st sg M and Write Mode for the Quizlet list

HW due Wednesday 2/7: finish the first paragraph of the Little Boots

4th Declension Declining and Vocab Quiz: Tuesday 2/6

HW due Monday 2/5: complete a half-synopsis for moveo movēre movi motus - move in the 2nd plural Fem

Clause Quiz: Friday 2/2 (I'll give you some sentences and you have to put brackets around the clause and label it...but no translation)

HW due Thursday 2/1: copy, parse as necessary (I highly recommend identifying the clause), and translate these sentences:

  1. Edamus fructum.
  2. Domu visā, impetum fecimus.
  3. Dixi adventum exercitūs esse celerem.
  4. Fluctūs in quibus navigamus sunt magni.
  5. Fugio ab exercitu ut non moriar.
  6. Te rogavi ne currūs prope portum afferres.

HW due Wednesday 1/31: copy, parse as necessary, and translate:

  1. Smell this fruit!
  2. The army has use of that house.
  3. The falls of the chariots made these waves.

HW due Tuesday 1/30: complete Write Mode for the Quizlet list and decline the nouns 1. chariot, 2. hand, 3. knee

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