14 sayings grammar practice
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  • 1. Lesson XIV Second Form Review;1st and 2nd person pronouns
  • 2. Recitation♦model verbs 6 tenses active
  • 3. Recitation♦imperatives
  • 4. RecitationVerb Singular Plural Meaningamo, amare ama amate Love!moneo, monēre monē monete Warn!rego, regere rege regite Rule!capio, capere cape capite Take!audio, audire audi audite Hear!sum, esse es este Be!dico, dicere dic dicite Speak!duco, ducere duc ducite Lead!facio, facere fac facite Make!
  • 5. Grammar♦What are the two pronouns you have already learned?
  • 6. Grammar♦What are the two pronouns you have already learned?1 st/2nd-person pron.
  • 7. GrammarSingular Plural ego nos mei nostri, nostrum mihi nobis me nos me nobis
  • 8. GrammarSingular Plural tu vos tui vestri, vestrum tibi vobis te vos te vobis
  • 9. Grammar♦What is a pronoun?
  • 10. Grammar♦What is a pronoun?A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun.
  • 11. GrammarA pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun. e.g.,Ego sum via, et veritas, et vita.
  • 12. GrammarSingular Meaning Plural Meaning ego I nos we mei of me nostri, of us nostrum mihi to/for me nobis to/for us me me nos us me i/b/w/f me nobis i/b/w/f us
  • 13. Grammar♦What is an antecedent?
  • 14. Grammar♦What is an antecedent?the noun the pronoun refers back to
  • 15. Grammarthe noun the pronoun refers back to, e.g.,Jesus said, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life.
  • 16. Grammar♦What is the pronoun agreement rule?
  • 17. Grammar♦What is the pronoun agreement rule?A pronoun agrees with its antecedent in gender and number, but its case is determined by its own clause.
  • 18. GrammarA pronoun agrees with its antecedent in gender and number, but its case is determined by its own clause. e.g.,The fire was small, but the wind could not extinguish it.
  • 19. GrammarA pronoun agrees with its antecedent in gender and number, but its case is determined by its own clause. e.g.,The fire (nom/sub) was small, but the wind could not extinguish it (acc/do).
  • 20. Grammar♦Name the eight kinds of pronouns.
  • 21. Grammar♦Name the eight kinds of pronouns.personal, possessive
  • 22. Grammar♦Name the eight kinds of pronouns.personal, possessivereflexive, intensive
  • 23. Grammar♦Name the eight kinds of pronouns.personal, possessivereflexive, intensiverelative, interrogative
  • 24. Grammar♦Name the eight kinds of pronouns.personal, possessivereflexive, intensiverelative, interrogativedemonstrative, indefinite
  • 25. Grammar♦Name the eight kinds of pronouns.personal, possessivereflexive, intensiverelative, interrogativedemonstrative, indefinite
  • 26. Grammar: Personal PronounsSingular Plural Singular Plural ego nos tu vos mei nostri, tui vestri, nostrum vestrum mihi nobis tibi vobis me nos te vos me nobis te vobis
  • 27. Grammar: Personal Pronouns Singular Plural Singular Plural ego nos tu vos mei nostri, tui vestri, nostrum vestrum mihi nobis tibi vobis me nos te vos me nobis te vobisDo not use these forms to show possession; they are the objective andpartitive genitives.
  • 28. Grammar: Possessive PronounsPerson Singular Meaning Plural Meaning noster nostra 1st meus mea meum my our nostrum vester vestra your2nd tuus tua tuum your vestrum (pl.)
  • 29. Grammar: Possessive PronounsPerson Singular Meaning Plural Meaning noster nostra 1st meus mea meum my our nostrum vester vestra your2nd tuus tua tuum your vestrum (pl.)These pronouns follow the adjective agreement rule (agreeing in gender,number, and case). These pronouns are used to show possession (althoughnot in reference to one’s own body or to a member of the family).
  • 30. Practice♦Decline ego
  • 31. Practice♦Decline ego♦Decline tu
  • 32. Practice♦Decline ego♦Decline tu♦Decline meus -a -um
  • 33. Practice♦Decline ego♦Decline tu♦Decline meus -a -um♦Decline noster -tra -trum
  • 34. Practice♦TranslatePuellae me audiverunt.
  • 35. Practice♦TranslateThe girls me heardPuellae me audiverunt.
  • 36. Practice♦TranslateEpistula nobis missa est.
  • 37. Practice♦TranslateA letter to us has been sentEpistula nobis missa est.
  • 38. Practice♦TranslateThe centurion found us in the forest.
  • 39. Practice♦Translate Centurio invenit nos in silvāThe centurion found us in the forest.
  • 40. Practice♦TranslateYou have two soldiers with you.
  • 41. Practice♦Translate habes duos milites tecumYou have two soldiers with you.