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8 sayings grammar practice

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  • 1. Lesson VIIISayings, Grammar, and Practice
  • 2. Latin Sayings Review I am the way, thetruth, and the life.
  • 3. Latin Sayings ReviewEgo sum via, etveritas, et vita.
  • 4. Latin Sayings ReviewTo the stars through difficulties.
  • 5. Latin Sayings ReviewAd astra per aspera.
  • 6. Latin Sayings Review Art is longand life is short.
  • 7. Latin Sayings ReviewArs longa vita brevis.
  • 8. Latin Sayings ReviewHannibal at the gates.
  • 9. Latin Sayings ReviewHannibal ad portas.
  • 10. Grammar: 3rd-5th Declensions ThirdSingular Pluralurbs urbesurbis urbiumurbi urbibusurbem urbesurbe urbibus
  • 11. Grammar: 3rd-5th Declensions Fourth (regular masculine)Singular Pluralmanus manusmanus manuummanui manibusmanum manusmanu manibus
  • 12. Grammar: 3rd-5th Declensions Fourth (neuter)Singular Pluralcornu cornuacornus cornuumcornu cornibuscornu cornuacornu cornibus
  • 13. Grammar: 3rd-5th Declensions FifthSingular Pluraldies diesdiei dierumdiei diebusdiem diesdie diebus
  • 14. Grammar: Questions An appositive is a noun that immediately _________another noun and ________ it.
  • 15. Grammar: Questions An appositive is a noun that immediately followsanother noun and renames it.
  • 16. Grammar: QuestionsThe dative and ablative pluralsof dea and filia are ______ and________.
  • 17. Grammar: QuestionsThe dative and ablative pluralsof dea and filia are deabus andfiliabus.
  • 18. Grammar: QuestionsThe accusative singularof nihil and satis are _____ and______.
  • 19. Grammar: QuestionsThe accusative singularof nihil and satis are nihil andsatis.
  • 20. Grammar: QuestionsThe accusative singularof Jesus is ______.
  • 21. Grammar: QuestionsThe accusative singularof Jesus is Jesum.
  • 22. Practice Conjugate gero gerere gessi gestusin the active and passive of all six tenses. (end)

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