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  • 1. Lesson 6
    Sayings, Grammar, Practice
  • 2. Latin Sayings
  • 3. Tolle et lege.
  • 4. Take up and read.-St. Augustine
  • 5. Audi Israel
  • 6. Hear O Israel.
  • 7. Aleajacta est.
  • 8. The die is cast.
  • 9. Consummatum est.
  • 10. It is finished.-Jesus
  • 11. New Sayingage quod agis
  • 12. do what you’re doing
  • 13. Grammar
  • 14. The 4th principle part is a ____________.To be specific is the______ _______ __________.
  • 15. The 4th principle part is a participle.To be specific is theperfectpassiveparticiple.
  • 16. A participle is a__________ __________.
  • 17. A participle is averbaladjective.
  • 18. The perfect passive is a________ tense consisting of_________ words.
  • 19. The perfect passive is acompound tense consisting oftwo words.
  • 20. The first word is a form of the___ ______ ___ and agreeswith the subject in ________,__________, and ________.
  • 21. The first word is a form of the4thprinciplepart and agreeswith the subject in gender,number, and case.
  • 22. The second word is a form of the verb __________ and agreeswith the subject in __________and ____________.
  • 23. The second word is a form of the verb sum and agreeswith the subject in personand number.
  • 24. The English helping verbs for thefuture passive are_____ _____ _____.
  • 25. The English helping verbs for thefuture passive arewillhavebeen.
  • 26. Most verbs are completed by an indirect object in Latin and English. These verbs are called________ because the action iscarried across to a direct object.
  • 27. Most verbs are completed by an indirect object in Latin and English. These verbs are calledtransitive because the action iscarried across to a direct object.
  • 28. Examples of intransitive verbs in Latin includes ardeo, which means to _____ on firenot to ______ something on fire.
  • 29. Examples of intransitive verbs in Latin includes ardeo, which means to be on firenot to set something on fire.
  • 30. Because intransitive verbs do not have direct objects, you will not be using them in the _______voice.
  • 31. Because intransitive verbs do not have direct objects, you will not be using them in the passivevoice.
  • 32. Practice
  • 33. 1. Conjugate the future perfect tense passive voice for laudo with a masculine subject.
  • 34. 2. Conjugate the future perfect tense passive voice for laudowith a feminine subject.
  • 35. 3. Conjugate the future perfect tense passive voice for laudowith a neuter subject.
  • 36. 4. Give meanings for the future perfect tense passive voice for laudo.
  • 37. 5. Translate
    laudierimus
    laudusero
    laudaeris
    laudaeerunt
  • 38. 6. Translate
    Bellum gessumerit cum Gallis.
    Tu a Marco monituseris.
    Urbsfortitermunitaerit.
    Bella gessaerunt cum barbaris.
  • 39. 7. Conjugate ago in the future perfect passive for masculine, feminine, and neuter subjects. Write out in full.(e.g. You will start with ‘actusero’.)