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Latin II Midterm Review
Latin II Midterm Review
Latin II Midterm Review
Latin II Midterm Review
Latin II Midterm Review
Latin II Midterm Review
Latin II Midterm Review
Latin II Midterm Review
Latin II Midterm Review
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    • 1. Latin IIM id te rm Rev ie w
    • 2. GrammarWe have to start somewhere with this review,let’s go with the obvious things to know first,stages 16, 17 and 18 all had grammar topics andlet’s start with stage 16.
    • 3. Pluperfect Tense Stage 16The Pluperfect tense is a tense that translates as“had something” with sign “era”. Let’s go to anexample:in aula erat ursa ingens, quam rex ex italiaimportaverat.In the palace was a huge bear, which the kinghad imported from Italy.
    • 4. Genitive Case Stage 17The Genitive Case shows possession, let’s use anexample:in villa Barbilli erant multi serviIn the house of Barbillus were many slaves
    • 5. Fourth and Fifth Declensions Stage 18 Ha ve wit Fun Fourth Declension Fifth DeclensionTh h ese singular plural singular plural !! Nom. portus portūs rēs rēs Gen. portūs portuum reī rērum Dat. portuī portibus reī rēs Acc. portum portūs rem rēs Abl. portū portibus rē rēbus
    • 6. Declension Review 1st singular plural 2nd singular pluralNom. puella puallae Nom. servus servīGen. puellae puellarum Gen. servī servōrumDat. puellae puellīs Dat. servō servīsAcc. puellam puellas Acc. servum servōsAbl. puellā puellīs Abl. servō servīs 3rd singular plural Nom. leo leonēs Gen. leonis leonum Dat. leonī leonibus Acc. leonem leonēs Abl. leone leonibus
    • 7. Culture Culture is the most difficult part aboutlearning Latin, especially if you hate history, but this powerpoint can help make it easy with quick reviews to give you overall knowledge about each section
    • 8. Stage 16The Palace at Fishbourne was most likely used asa military port and a supply base, and a harborwas nearby. There were improvements to the sitemade by Vespian remembering the loyalty ofCognidubnus and it was an expensive houseThe Palace Gardens were preplanned, laid out,and decorated and the owner wanted it as Romanas possible. There was a broad path in the middleof the garden, with underground water pipes, andthere were many shrubs with rich soil
    • 9. Stage 17In the city of Alexandria, with streets laid out ona grid, there were large streets, a healthyenvironment for people, land, ships and farmers,and sadly Alexander the Great did not see hiscity’s completionThe family of Ptolymy rules over Alexandria forthe next 300 years, with Cleopatra being last inits line
    • 10. Stage 17The Royal Quarter was important with places, temples, administrative offices and gardens The pharos was named for the island it stood on and it guided ships to the harbor
    • 11. Stage 18 NilePeasants had to do whatthey were told, and taxes Egyptians practice supported society mummification. Annually the Nile River The rulers of Egypt floods, which deposited comes as follow: rich soil on the fields, andEgyptian “pharaohs”, this may have been thePersians, Greeks and reason why grain was Roman Egypt’s highest export
    • 12. FinishYou’ve reached the finish line, for more detaillook at your notes, quizzes, vocabulary, and anytests you have

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