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Donkey Kong says: “Bellwork Power!”

Donkey Kong says: “Bellwork Power!”

Donkey Kong says: “Let’s smash some BELLWORK!” Give the definition of the following words:

Donkey Kong says: “Let’s smash some BELLWORK!” Give the definition of the following words: 1. lingua 2. hora 3. quintus 4. quod 5. ad 6. minime 7. doceo Give the gender for the following words: 8. cibus, cibi 9. patria, patriae 10. grata 11. nauta, nautae 12. filia, filiae 13. amicus, amici 14. pugna, pugnae

Bellwork! Part 2! • Write your first and second declension charts FROM MEMORY. •

Bellwork! Part 2! • Write your first and second declension charts FROM MEMORY. • Write your present and future tense verb endings FROM MEMORY.

Ready to succeed on the final? Then Let’s Review!

Ready to succeed on the final? Then Let’s Review!

Vocabulary II. Supply the correct form for the dictionary entry. • On the final

Vocabulary II. Supply the correct form for the dictionary entry. • On the final this will be multiple choice… 1. iniuria, iniuria ( ) injustice, injury 2. tuus, _____, tuum yours___ 3. _____, numeri (m) number__ 4. paene ______ 5. sed ______ 6. dono, _____, donavi, donatus to give_ 7. ad (+ _____) to, towards___

Properties of Nouns. Give the gender and declension of selected nouns from the vocabulary.

Properties of Nouns. Give the gender and declension of selected nouns from the vocabulary. • On the final exam, you will circle the answers. . . 1. servus 2. pecunia 3. fama 4. equus 5. unda 6. praeda

Diddy’s STUDY TIP • When you study your vocabulary, be sure to memorize the

Diddy’s STUDY TIP • When you study your vocabulary, be sure to memorize the genitive form of each noun, as this form tells you what declension it is, and memorize the gender of the noun along with its meaning. • -i in genitive=2 nd declension • -ae in genitive= 1 st declension • Gender=you just have to memorize it!

Cases and Syntax I. You are given several Latin sentences. Identify the case of

Cases and Syntax I. You are given several Latin sentences. Identify the case of an underlined noun as it is used in the context of the sentence. • NOTE: Just because the word ends in –is and can be dative doesn’t mean it is. It could also be ablative! So READ the sentence! 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Terras navigo. Pugna est in insula. Reginae victoriam nuntiabimus. Undae nautam pugnabunt. Equus amici est bonus.

Parsing of Nouns. Give selected nouns in the case and number requested. 1. 2.

Parsing of Nouns. Give selected nouns in the case and number requested. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Genitive plural of silva, silvae Accusative singular of poena, poenae Nominative plural of cura, curae Dative plural of carrus, carri Dative singular of fortuna, fortunae Ablative singular of vita, vitae Genitive singular of copia, copiae Nominative singular of forma, formae

Cases and Syntax II. Identify the case that would be used to translate that

Cases and Syntax II. Identify the case that would be used to translate that noun to Latin in English sentences. 1. Rome was called the City of Seven Hills. 2. The first settlement was on the Palatine Hill. 3. The streets of Rome were narrow and crooked. 4. Appius Claudius built the first aqueduct. 5. More than one million people lived in Rome at its height. 6. The Campus Martius was the most densely populated district in Rome.

Noun Cases. Write the Latin word that is the specified case in Latin sentences.

Noun Cases. Write the Latin word that is the specified case in Latin sentences. • Subject 1. Aquam puellae nōn portant. 2. Anna īnsulam amat. • Direct object 1. Familiae īnsulās amant. 2. Puella viam amat. • Indirect object 1. Filia victoriam reginae nuntiabit. 2. Litteras amico donamus.

 • Possessive Noun 1. Magnum numerum equorum habeo. 2. Gloria patriae augebit. •

• Possessive Noun 1. Magnum numerum equorum habeo. 2. Gloria patriae augebit. • Ablative of Means 1. Praedam pugnīs paratis. 2. Pecuniā vitas servabimus.

Diddy SAYS: • “Who who hahaha (monkey noises)! Now you know why you need

Diddy SAYS: • “Who who hahaha (monkey noises)! Now you know why you need to have your first and second declension charts MEMORIZED!”

Tense and Mood. Identify whether the verb is Imperative, Present Tense, or Future Tense.

Tense and Mood. Identify whether the verb is Imperative, Present Tense, or Future Tense. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. I love your new shoes! You will eat lunch tomorrow. Eat lunch! Pugnate reginam. Reginam servabimus. Tuum amicum amas.

Imperative Verbs. Write either the singular or the plural imperative form of each verb.

Imperative Verbs. Write either the singular or the plural imperative form of each verb. • Plural imperative form: 1. nuntio, nuntiāre, nuntiavi, nuntiatus 2. doceo, docēre, docui, doctus 3. paro, parāre, paravi, paratus • Singular imperative form: 1. servo, servāre, servavi, servatus 2. terreo, terrēre, terrui, territus 3. Specto, spectāre, spectavi, spectatus

Future Tense Verbs. Write the Latin form of each underlined verb. 1. I will

Future Tense Verbs. Write the Latin form of each underlined verb. 1. I will entrust the letter to you. 2. You all will seize the town. 3. Donkey Kong will test the vines before swinging on them. 4. We will increase our fortune in 2011. 5. The boys stir up trouble in the hallways.

Bellwork! Culture. Give a brief description of each character. 1. Aeneas 2. Dido 3.

Bellwork! Culture. Give a brief description of each character. 1. Aeneas 2. Dido 3. Numa Pompilius 4. Romulus 5. Remus 6. Servius Tullius 7. Tarquin Priscus 8. Tarquin Superbus 9. Tullus Hostilius

Bellwork! Part 2! • Write your first and second declension charts FROM MEMORY. •

Bellwork! Part 2! • Write your first and second declension charts FROM MEMORY. • Write your present and future tense verb endings FROM MEMORY.