Stage 18 ReviewPlain and Simple Review by Jordan Randles
Stage 18 Vocabulary
audeō, audēre     dare
caput, capitis, n.       head
ceopīI began
cognōscō, cognōscere,      cognōvī     get to know, find out
cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnsistī       stand one’s ground, stand firm
dea, deae, f.    goddess
dēmōnstrō, dēmōnstrāre,    dēmōnstrāvī        point out, show
discēdō, discēdere, discessī          depart, leave
fortasse  perhaps
frangō, frangere, frēgī          break
ibithere
libenter  gladly
manus, manūs, f.      hand
mīles, mīlitis, m.       soldier
namFOR
nēmōno one
nox, noctis, f.      night
obstō, obstāre, obtitī       (+DAT)         block
pars, partis, f.      part
petō, petere, petīvī      beg for, ask for
posteāafterwards
postrēmō finally, lastly
praesidium, praesidiī, n.         protection
prō (+ABL)  in front of
quō?where? where to?
recūsō, recūsāre, recūsāvī           refuse
sacer, sacra, sacrum        sacred
saeviō, savīre, saeviī       be in a rage
GrammarNeuter No         uns                                  RT HA ND                         TH EF OU                   ...
Neuter Nounsplaustrum is an example of a neuter noun.                             The accusative singular of neuter       ...
Neuter Nouns                    Second Declension           Third Declension                masculine         neuter   mas...
Fourth and Fifth Declensions    Ha      ve     wit  Fun     Fourth Declension        Fifth Declension   Th h     ese      ...
CultureAll About Egypt!
Egypt       The Nile is important      because it nurtured the         soil to supply for      enough grain for Egypt     ...
Egypt    Rome only wanted to use    the land for grain exportSome Roman emperors inscribed their names in temples and, the...
Overview Stage 18• Know Vocab• Understand Neuter Nouns• Memorize Fourth and Fifth Declensions• Get the Culture
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  • Stage 18 Review

    1. 1. Stage 18 ReviewPlain and Simple Review by Jordan Randles
    2. 2. Stage 18 Vocabulary
    3. 3. audeō, audēre dare
    4. 4. caput, capitis, n. head
    5. 5. ceopīI began
    6. 6. cognōscō, cognōscere, cognōvī get to know, find out
    7. 7. cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnsistī stand one’s ground, stand firm
    8. 8. dea, deae, f. goddess
    9. 9. dēmōnstrō, dēmōnstrāre, dēmōnstrāvī point out, show
    10. 10. discēdō, discēdere, discessī depart, leave
    11. 11. fortasse perhaps
    12. 12. frangō, frangere, frēgī break
    13. 13. ibithere
    14. 14. libenter gladly
    15. 15. manus, manūs, f. hand
    16. 16. mīles, mīlitis, m. soldier
    17. 17. namFOR
    18. 18. nēmōno one
    19. 19. nox, noctis, f. night
    20. 20. obstō, obstāre, obtitī (+DAT) block
    21. 21. pars, partis, f. part
    22. 22. petō, petere, petīvī beg for, ask for
    23. 23. posteāafterwards
    24. 24. postrēmō finally, lastly
    25. 25. praesidium, praesidiī, n. protection
    26. 26. prō (+ABL) in front of
    27. 27. quō?where? where to?
    28. 28. recūsō, recūsāre, recūsāvī refuse
    29. 29. sacer, sacra, sacrum sacred
    30. 30. saeviō, savīre, saeviī be in a rage
    31. 31. GrammarNeuter No uns RT HA ND TH EF OU F IFTH SIO NS D EC LEN
    32. 32. Neuter Nounsplaustrum is an example of a neuter noun. The accusative singular of neuter nouns is always the same as the nominative singular. The nominative and accusative plural of neuter nouns are also identical to each other, and they always end in -a
    33. 33. Neuter Nouns Second Declension Third Declension masculine neuter masculine neutersingular nom. servus templum leō nōmensingular acc. servum templum leōnem nōmenplural nom. servī templa leōnēs nōmina plural acc. servōs templa leōnēs nōmina
    34. 34. Fourth and Fifth Declensions Ha ve wit Fun Fourth Declension Fifth Declension Th 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
    35. 35. CultureAll About Egypt!
    36. 36. Egypt The Nile is important because it nurtured the soil to supply for enough grain for Egypt and exportThe peasants lives were in horrible condition from taxes, restricting and they were told what to do.
    37. 37. Egypt Rome only wanted to use the land for grain exportSome Roman emperors inscribed their names in temples and, theypayed attention to the exterior of the mummy Egypt imported grain, papyrus, gold, marble, and granite to Rome
    38. 38. Overview Stage 18• Know Vocab• Understand Neuter Nouns• Memorize Fourth and Fifth Declensions• Get the Culture

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