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  • 1. Lesson XSayings, Grammar, Practice
  • 2. Sayingsalter ego
  • 3. Sayingsanother self
  • 4. Grammar: The Naughty NineNine 1st/2nd declensionadjectives have irregular formsin the genitive and dativesingular.
  • 5. Grammar: The Naughty NineThese adjectives have ius inthe genitive singular and the iin the dative singular. Theother forms are regular.
  • 6. Grammar: The Naughty NineThese adjectives have ius inthe genitive singular and the iin the dative singular. Theother forms are regular.e.g. solus solius soli
  • 7. Grammar: The Naughty NineThese adjectives have ius inthe genitive singular and the iin the dative singular. Theother forms are regular.e.g. solus solius soli
  • 8. Grammar: The Naughty NineUnus, totus, ullus and nullusare declined like solus in thedeclension chart. Unus isdeclined only in the singular.
  • 9. Grammar: The Naughty NineUnus, totus, ullus and nullusare declined like solus in thedeclension chart. Unus isdeclined only in the singular.Solus unus, totus, ullus, nullus
  • 10. Grammar: The Naughty NineUllus is usually used innegative sentences orquestions.
  • 11. Grammar: The Naughty NineNotice that alius has an i in thestem that is not doubled in thegenitive but is in the dative.
  • 12. Grammar: The Naughty NineNotice that alius has an i in thestem that is not doubled in thegenitive but is in the dative.alius, alius, alii
  • 13. Grammar: The Naughty NineAlter is an er adjective thatretains the final e and uter andneuter are er adjectives thatdrop the e. All three aredeclined in the singular only.
  • 14. Grammar: The Naughty Ninealter uteralterius utriusalteri utri
  • 15. PracticeQuestions
  • 16. PracticeThe Naughty Nine haveexceptional forms in the and .
  • 17. PracticeThe Naughty Nine haveexceptional forms in the genitive and dative singular.
  • 18. Practice Latin often uses themasculine or neuter plural adjective to designate a ______ of ______ or __________.
  • 19. Practice Latin often uses themasculine or neuter plural adjective to designate a class of people or things.
  • 20. Practice A noun that immediatelyfollows another noun andrenames it is an .
  • 21. Practice A noun that immediately follows another noun andrenames it is an appositive.
  • 22. PracticeDeclining
  • 23. Practice Singular Pluralnullus
  • 24. Practice Singular Pluralnullus nulla nullum nulli nullae nullanullius nullius nullius nullorum nullarum nullorumnulli nulli nulli nullis nullis nullisnullum nullam nullum nullos nullas nullanullo nulla nullo nullis nullis nullis
  • 25. Practice Conjugatepremo premere pressi pressusin the active and passive of all six tenses.
  • 26. PracticeSIngular Plural Present Activepremo Imperfect Active Future Active
  • 27. PracticeSIngular Plural Present Activepremo premimuspremis premitispremit premunt Imperfect Activepremebam premebamuspremebas premebatispremebat premebant Future Activepremam prememuspremes premetispremet prement
  • 28. PracticeSIngular Plural Perfect Activepressi Pluperfect Active Future Perfect Active
  • 29. PracticeSIngular Plural Perfect Activepressi pressimuspressisti pressistispressit presserunt Pluperfect Activepresseram presseramuspresseras presseratispresserat presserant Future Perfect Activepressero presserimuspresseris presseritispresserit presserint
  • 30. PracticeSIngular Plural Present Passivepremor Imperfect Passive Future Passive
  • 31. PracticeSIngular Plural Present Passivepremor premimurpremeris premiminipremitur premuntur Imperfect Passivepremebar premebamurpremebaris premebaminipremebatur premebantur Future Passivepremar prememurpremeris prememinipremetur prementur
  • 32. PracticeSIngular Plural Perfect Passivepressus –a –um sum Pluperfect Passive Future Perfect Passive
  • 33. PracticeSIngular Plural Perfect Passivepressus –a –um, sum pressi –ae –a , sumuses estisest sunt Pluperfect Passivepressus –a –um, eram pressi –ae –a , eramuseras eratiserat erant Future Perfect Passivepressus –a –um, ero pressi –ae –a , erimuseris eritiserit erunt
  • 34. Practice1. Neuter exercitus vincet.
  • 35. Practice1. Neuter exercitus vincet.
  • 36. Practice1. Neuter exercitus vincet. it will conquer
  • 37. Practice1. Neuter exercitus vincet. it will conquer
  • 38. Practice1. Neuter exercitus vincet. army it will conquer
  • 39. Practice1. Neuter exercitus vincet. army it will conquer
  • 40. Practice1. Neuter exercitus vincet. neither army it will conquer
  • 41. Practice1. Neuter exercitus vincet. neither army it will conquerNeither army will conquer.
  • 42. Practice1. Ullam pecuniam non habet.2. Nullam pecuniam habeo.3. Dux totius exercitus est.4. Praemium alteri militi dedisti.5. Solum unum scutum habeo.
  • 43. Practice1. Ullam pecuniam non habet.He does not have any money.2. Nullam pecuniam habeo.I have no money.3. Dux totius exercitus est.He is the leader of the whole army.4. Praemium alteri militi dedisti.You gave a reward to the other soldier.5. Solum unum scutum habeo.I have only one shield.

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