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29 sayings grammar practice

  1. 1. Lesson 29Irregular Comparison of Adjectives
  2. 2. Recitation♦model verbs6 tenses active and passive
  3. 3. amo amare amavi amatus Presentamo amamusamas amatisamat amant Imperfectamabam amabamusamabas amabatisamabat amabant Futureamabo amabimusamabis amabitisamabit amabunt
  4. 4. amo amare amavi amatus Perfectamavi amavimusamavisti amavistisamavit amaverunt Pluperfectamaveram amaveramusamaveras amaveratisamaverat amaverant Future Perfectamavero amaverimusamaveris amaveritisamaverit amaverint
  5. 5. amo amare amavi amatus Presentamor amamuramaris amaminiamatur amantur Imperfectamabar amabamuramabaris amabaminiamabatur amabantur Futureamabor amabimuramaberis amabiminiamabitur amabuntur
  6. 6. amo amare amavi amatus Perfectamatus –a –um, sum amati –ae –a, sumuses estisest sunt Pluperfectamatus –a –um, eram amati –ae –a, eramuseras eratiserat erant Future Perfectamatus –a –um, ero amati –ae –a, erimuseris eritiserit erunt
  7. 7. moneo monēre monui monitus Presentmoneo monemusmones monetismonet monent Imperfectmonebam monebamusmonebas monebatismonebat monebant Futuremonebo monebimusmonebis monebitismonebit monebunt
  8. 8. moneo monēre monui monitus Perfectmonui monuimusmonuisti monuistismonuit monuerunt Pluperfectmonueram monueramusmonueras monueratismonuerat monuerant Future Perfectmonuero monuerimusmonueris monueritismonuerit monuerint
  9. 9. moneo monēre monui monitus Presentmoneor monemurmoneris moneminimonetur monentur Imperfectmonebar monebamurmonebaris monebaminimonebatur monebantur Futuremonebor monebimurmoneberis monebiminimonebitur monebuntur
  10. 10. moneo monēre monui monitus Perfectmonitus –a –um, sum moniti –ae –a, sumuses estisest sunt Pluperfectmonitus –a –um, eram moniti –ae –a, eramuseras eratiserat erant Future Perfectmonitus –a –um, ero moniti –ae –a, erimuseris eritiserit erunt
  11. 11. rego regere rexi rectus Presentrego regimusregis regitisregit regunt Imperfectregebam regebamusregebas regebatisregebat regebant Futureregam regemusreges regetisreget regent
  12. 12. rego regere rexi rectus Perfectrexi reximusrexisti rexistisrexit rexerunt Pluperfectrexeram rexeramusrexeras rexeratisrexerat rexerant Future Perfectrexero rexerimusrexeris rexeritisrexerit rexerint
  13. 13. rego regere rexi rectus Presentregor regimurregeris regiminiregitur reguntur Imperfectregebar regebamurregebaris regebaminiregebatur regebantur Futureregar regemurregeris regeminiregetur regentur
  14. 14. rego regere rexi rectus Perfectrectus –a –um, sum recti –ae –a, sumuses estisest sunt Pluperfectrectus –a –um, eram recti –ae –a, eramuseras eratiserat erant Future Perfectrectus –a –um, ero recti –ae –a, erimuseris eritiserit erunt
  15. 15. audio audire audivi auditus Presentaudio audimusaudis auditisaudit audiunt Imperfectaudiebam audiebamusaudiebas audiebatisaudiebat audiebant Futureaudiam audiemusaudies audietisaudiet audient
  16. 16. audio audire audivi auditus Perfectaudivi audivimusaudivisti audivistisaudivit audiverunt Pluperfectaudiveram audiveramusaudiveras audiveratisaudiverat audiverant Future Perfectaudivero audiverimusaudiveris audiveritisaudiverit audiverint
  17. 17. audio audire audivi auditus Presentaudior audimuraudiris audiminiauditur audiuntur Imperfectaudiebar audiebamuraudiebaris audiebaminiaudiebatur audiebantur Futureaudiar audiemuraudieris audieminiaudietur audientur
  18. 18. audio audire audivi auditus Perfectauditus –a –um, sum auditi –ae –a, sumuses estisest sunt Pluperfectauditus –a –um, eram auditi –ae –a, eramuseras eratiserat erant Future Perfectauditus –a –um, ero auditi –ae –a, erimuseris eritiserit erunt
  19. 19. capio capere cepi captus Presentcapio capimuscapis capitiscapit capiunt Imperfectcapiebam capiebamuscapiebas capiebatiscapiebat capiebant Futurecapiam capiemuscapies capietiscapiet capient
  20. 20. capio capere cepi captus Perfectcepi cepimuscepisti cepistiscepit ceperunt Pluperfectceperam ceperamusceperas ceperatisceperat ceperant Future Perfectcepero ceperimusceperis ceperitisceperit ceperint
  21. 21. capio capere cepi captus Presentcapior capimurcaperis capiminicapitur capiuntur Imperfectcapiebar capiebamurcapiebaris capiebaminicapiebatur capiebantur Futurecapiar capiemurcapieris capieminicapietur capientur
  22. 22. capio capere cepi captus Perfectcaptus –a –um, sum capti –ae –a, sumuses estisest sunt Pluperfectcaptus –a –um, eram capti –ae –a, eramuseras eratiserat erant Future Perfectcaptus –a –um, ero capti –ae –a, erimuseris eritiserit erunt
  23. 23. Recitation♦imperatives
  24. 24. 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!
  25. 25. Recitation♦5 declensions:mensa, servus, bellum, pater, flumen, portus, res
  26. 26. Recitation♦Adjectives:acer acris acrebrevis –epotens potentis
  27. 27. Recitation SIngular PluralM F N M /F Nacer acris acre acres acria acris acris acrium acrium acri acri acribus acribus acrem acre acres acria acri acri acribus acribus
  28. 28. Recitation SIngular Plural M /F N M /F Nbrevis breve breves breviabrevis brevis brevium breviumbrevi brevi brevibus brevibusbrevem breve breves breviabrevi brevi brevibus brevibus
  29. 29. Recitation M/F NSingular Plural Singular Pluralpotens potentes potens potentiapotentis potentium potentis potentiumpotenti potentibus potenti potentibuspotentem potentes potens potentiapotenti potentibus potenti potentibus
  30. 30. Recitation♦Preposition Songs:-ab corum cum de ex in prae pro sine sub tenus-ad ante apud in inter ob per post propter sub trans circum contra juxta
  31. 31. Recitation♦Ordinal & Cardinal Numbers
  32. 32. Recitation Cardinal Ordinalunus –a –um one primus –a –um firstduo –ae –o two secundus –a –um second tres tria three tertius –a –um third quattuor four quartus –a –um fourth quinque five quintus –a –um fifth sex six sextus –a –um sixth septem seven septimus –a –um seventh octo eight octavus –a –um eighth novem nine nonus –a –um ninth decem ten decimus –a –um tenth
  33. 33. RecitationRoman Numeral Cardinal XI undecim eleven XII duodecim twelve XIII tredecim thirteen XIV quattuordecim fourteen XV quindecim fifteen XVI sedecim sixteen XVII septendecim seventeen XVIII duodeviginti eighteen XIX undeviginti nineteen XX viginti twenty
  34. 34. Recitation 3rd Person Pronouns; Demonstrative Pronouns (1) Singular Plural Masculine Feminine Neuter Masculine Feminine Neuteris ea id ei eae eaejus ejus ejus eorum earum eorumei ei ei eis eis eiseum eam id eos eas eaeo eā eo eis eis eis
  35. 35. RecitationDemonstrative Pronouns (Near) (2) Singular Plural M F N M F Nhic haec hoc hi hae haechujus hujus hujus horum harum horumhuic huic huic his his hishunc hanc hoc hos has haechoc hac hoc his his his
  36. 36. Recitation Demonstrative Pronouns (Far) (3) Singular Plural M F N M F Nille illa illud illi illae illaillíus illíus illíus illorum illarum illorumilli illi illi illis illis illisillum illam illud illos illas illaillo illā illo illis illis illis
  37. 37. Recitation Demonstrative Pronouns (Near to Person Spoken to) (4) Singular Plural M F N M F Niste ista istud isti istae istaistíus istíus istíus istorum istarum istorumisti isti isti istis istis istisistum istam istud istos istas istaisto istā isto istis istis istis
  38. 38. Recitation Intensive Pronouns Singular Plural M F N M F Nipse ipsa ipsum ipsi ipsae ipsaipsíus ipsíus ipsíus ipsorum ipsarum ipsorumipsi ipsi ipsi ipsis ipsis ipsisipsum ipsam ipsum ipsos ipsas ipsaipso ipsā ipso ipsis ipsis ipsis
  39. 39. Recitation 3rd Person Reflexive PronounsCase Form MeaningNom ----Gen. sui of himself, herself, itself, themselvesDat. sibi to/for himself, herself, itself, themselvesAcc. se himself, herself, itself, themselvesAbl. se ibwf himself, herself, itself, themselves
  40. 40. Recitation Reflexive Pronoun AdjectivesPerson Singular Meaning Plural Meaning1st meus mea meum my (own) noster nostra our (own) nostrum2nd tuus tua tuum your (own) vester vestra your (pl.) (own) vestrum3rd suus sua suum his, her, its, their (own)
  41. 41. Recitation Present Subjunctive of SumSingular Pluralsim I may be simus we may besis you may be sitis you all may besit hsi may be sint they may be
  42. 42. RecitationImperfect Subjunctive of SumSingular Pluralessem I might be essemus we might beesses you might be essetis you all might beesset hsi might be essent they might be
  43. 43. Recitation Perfect Subjunctive of sumSingular Pluralfúerim fuérimusfúeris fuéritisfúerit fúerint
  44. 44. Recitation Pluperfect Subjunctive of sumSingular Pluralfuissem fuissemusfuisses fuissetisfuisset fuissent
  45. 45. Recitation Present Subjunctive Active1st 2nd 3rd 3rd io 4thamem moneam regam capiam audiamames moneas regas capias audiasamet moneat regat capiat audiatamemus moneamus regamus capiamus audiamusametis moneatis regatis capiatis audiatisament moneant regant capiant audiant
  46. 46. Recitation Present Subjunctive Passive1st 2nd 3rd 3rd io 4thamer monear regar capiar audiarameris monearis regaris capiaris audiarisametur moneatur regatur capiatur audiaturamemur moneamur regamur capiamur audiamuramemini moneamini regamini capiamini audiaminiamentur moneantur regantur capiantur audiantur
  47. 47. Recitation Imperfect Subjunctive Active1st 2nd 3rd 3rd io 4thamarem monerem regerem caperem audiremamares moneres regeres caperes audiresamaret moneret regeret caperet audiretamaremus moneremus regeremus caperemus audiremusamaretis moneretis regeretis caperetis audiretisamarent monerent regerent caperent audirent
  48. 48. Recitation Imperfect Subjunctive Passive1st 2nd 3rd 3rd io 4thamarer monerer regerer caperer audireramareris monereris regereris capereris audirerisamaretur moneretur regeretur caperetur audireturamaremur moneremur regeremur caperemur audiremuramaremini moneremini regeremini caperemini audireminiamarentur monerentur regerentur caperentur audirentur
  49. 49. Recitation Perfect Subjunctive Active1st 2nd 3rd 3rd io 4thamaverim monuerim rexerim ceperim audiverimamaveris monueris rexeris ceperis audiverisamaverit monuerit rexerit ceperit audiveritamaverimus monuerimus rexerimus ceperimus audiverimusamaveritis monueritis rexeritis ceperitis audiveritisamaverint monuerint rexerint ceperint audiverint
  50. 50. Recitation Perfect Subjunctive Passive1st 2nd 3rd 3rd io 4thamatus sim monitus, sim rectus, sim captus, sim auditus sima, um sis a, um sis a, um sis a, um sis , a, um sis sit sit sit sit sitamati simus moniti, simus recti, simus capti, simus auditi, simusae, a sitis ae, a sitis ae, a sitis ae, a sitis ae, a sitis sint sint sint sint sint
  51. 51. Recitation Pluperfect Subjunctive Active1st 2nd 3rd 3rd io 4thamavissem monuissem rexissem cepissem audivissemamavisses monuisses rexisses cepisses audivissesamavisset monuisset rexisset cepisset audivissetamavissemus monuissemus rexissemus cepissemus audivissemusamavissetis monuissetis rexissetis cepissetis audivissetisamavissent monuissent rexissent cepissent audivissent
  52. 52. Recitation Pluperfect Subjunctive Passive1st 2nd 3rd 3rd io 4thamatus essem monitus, a, essem rectus, a, essem captus, a, essem auditus, essema, um esses um esses um esses um esses a, um esses esset esset esset esset essetamati essemus moniti, ae, essemu recti, ae, essemus capti, ae, essemus auditi, essemae, a essetis a s a essetis a essetis ae, a essetis essent essetis essent essent essent essent
  53. 53. Recitation Comparison of 3 Model AdjectivesPositive Comparative Superlativecertus –a –um cértior (m/f) cértius (n) certíssimus –a –umcertain more certain most certainfortis –e fórtior (m/f) fórtius (n) fortíssimus –a –umbrave braver bravestpotens potentis poténtior (m/f) poténtius potentíssimus –a –um (n)powerful more powerful most powerful
  54. 54. Recitation Comparison of 8 Model Adjectives Positive Comparative Superlative1st/2nd miser mísera míserum misérior misérius misérrimus –a –um wretched more wretched most wretched pulcher pulchra pulchrum púlchrior púlchrius pulchérrimus –a –um beautiful more beautiful most beautiful3rd acer acris acre ácrior ácrius acérrimus –a –um sharp sharper sharpest fidelis –e fidélior fidélius fidelíssimus –a –um faithful more faithful most faithful fácilis –e facílior facílius facíllimus –a –um easy easier easiest
  55. 55. Latin SayingE plúribus unum
  56. 56. Latin Saying E plúribus unumex, e; w/abl. out of, fromplures, plura; more plúribus; abl. pl.unus –a –um; one
  57. 57. Latin SayingsOne out of many
  58. 58. GrammarThe three degrees of comparison are positive, comparative, and superlative.
  59. 59. GrammarThe three degrees of comparison are positive, comparative, and superlative.The positive degree is descriptive. There is no comparison implied.
  60. 60. GrammarThe three degrees of comparison are positive, comparative, degree and superlative.The positive is descriptive. There is no comparison implied.The comparative degree implies a comparison between two persons or things, either stated or implied.
  61. 61. GrammarThe three degrees of comparison are positive, comparative, degree and superlative.The positive is descriptive. There is no comparison implied.The comparative degree implies a comparison between two persons or things, either stated or implied.The superlative degree implies a comparison among more than two persons or things.
  62. 62. GrammarThe three degrees of comparison are positive, comparative, and superlative.positive This lesson is hard.comparative This lesson is harder than Lesson 27.superlative This lesson is the hardest lesson in the book.
  63. 63. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -um melior -ius optimus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –um pejor pejus pessimus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –um major majus maximus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –um minor minus minimus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –um plus pluris n. (noun) plurimus –a -ummuch more mostmulti–ae –a plures plura plurimi –ae –amany more very many, most
  64. 64. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -um melior -ius optimus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –um pejor pejus pessimus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –um major majus maximus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –um minor minus minimus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –um plus pluris n. (noun) plurimus –a -ummuch more mostmulti–ae –a plures plura plurimi –ae –amany more very many, most
  65. 65. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senis senior senius maximus natuold older oldestjuvenis is junior junius minimus natuyoung younger youngest
  66. 66. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –um pejor pejus pessimus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –um major majus maximus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –um minor minus minimus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –um plus pluris n. (noun) plurimus –a -ummuch more mostmulti–ae –a plures plura plurimi –ae –amany more very many, most
  67. 67. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senis senior senius maximus natuold older oldestjuvenis is junior junius minimus natuyoung younger youngest
  68. 68. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –um major majus maximus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –um minor minus minimus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –um plus pluris n. (noun) plurimus –a -ummuch more mostmulti–ae –a plures plura plurimi –ae –amany more very many, most
  69. 69. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senis senior senius maximus natuold older oldestjuvenis is junior junius minimus natuyoung younger youngest
  70. 70. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –um minor minus minimus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –um plus pluris n. (noun) plurimus –a -ummuch more mostmulti–ae –a plures plura plurimi –ae –amany more very many, most
  71. 71. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senis senior senius maximus natuold older oldestjuvenis is junior junius minimus natuyoung younger youngest
  72. 72. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –um plus pluris n. (noun) plurimus –a -ummuch more mostmulti–ae –a plures plura plurimi –ae –amany more very many, most
  73. 73. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senis senior senius maximus natuold older oldestjuvenis is junior junius minimus natuyoung younger youngest
  74. 74. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –ummuch more mostmulti–ae –a plures plura plurimi –ae –amany more very many, most
  75. 75. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senis senior senius maximus natuold older oldestjuvenis is junior junius minimus natuyoung younger youngest
  76. 76. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –ummuch more mostmulti–ae –amany more very many, most
  77. 77. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senis senior senius maximus natuold older oldestjuvenis is junior junius minimus natuyoung younger youngest
  78. 78. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –ummuch more mostmulti–ae –amany more very many, most
  79. 79. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senisold older oldestjuvenis is junior junius minimus natuyoung younger youngest
  80. 80. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativebonus –a -umgood better bestmalus –a –umbad worse worstmagnus –a –umgreat greater greatestparvus –a –umsmall smaller smallestmultus –a –ummuch more mostmulti–ae –amany more very many, most
  81. 81. GrammarPositive Comparative Superlativesenex senisold older oldestjuvenis isyoung younger youngest
  82. 82. GrammarMany adjectives, especially those with stems ending in vowels, are compared by means of the adverbs magis, more, and máximē, most.
  83. 83. GrammarThe most common words in languages are usually the most irregular. English and Latin have many irregular adjective comparisons.
  84. 84. GrammarThe most common words in languages are usually the most irregular. English and Latin have many irregular adjective comparisons.Learn the irregular comparisons in this lesson thoroughly. They are very common.
  85. 85. GrammarThe superlative adjective is used more in Latin than in English and thus is weaker. As such, it may be translated by very.
  86. 86. GrammarThe superlative adjective is used more in Latin than in English and thus is weaker. As such, it may be translated by very. Caesar fortissimus erat.
  87. 87. GrammarThe superlative adjective is used more in Latin than in English and thus is weaker. As such, it may be translated by very. Caesar fortissimus erat. Caesar was very brave.
  88. 88. GrammarAn absolute superlative may be expressed by using omnium (partitive genitive).
  89. 89. GrammarAn absolute superlative may be expressed by using omnium (partitive genitive). Hic puer omnium fortissimus est.
  90. 90. GrammarAn absolute superlative may be expressed by using omnium (partitive genitive). Hic puer omnium fortissimus est. The boy is the bravest of all.
  91. 91. GrammarWhen you use the preposition in with a superlative adjective in English, you usually use the genitive case in Latin.
  92. 92. GrammarWhen you use the preposition in with a superlative adjective in English, you usually use the genitive case in Latin. Via Appia was the longest road in Italy.
  93. 93. GrammarWhen you use the preposition in with a superlative adjective in English, you usually use the genitive case in Latin. Via Appia was the longest road in Italy. Via Appia erat Italiae via longissima.
  94. 94. Grammar QuestionsHow many tenses are in the subjunctive? What tenses are missing?
  95. 95. Grammar QuestionsHow many tenses are in the subjunctive? What tenses are missing?Four tenses. The future and future perfect are missing.
  96. 96. Grammar QuestionsWhat are six helping verbs that express the subjunctive in English?
  97. 97. Grammar QuestionsWhat are six helping verbs that express the subjunctive in English?let, might, could, may, should, would
  98. 98. Grammar QuestionsWhat is the difference between indicative and subjunctive?indicative:subjunctive:
  99. 99. Grammar QuestionsWhat is the difference between indicative and subjunctive?indicative: actual events or actionssubjunctive: potential events or actions My children go to school. actual/indicative I want my children to go to school. – potential/subjunctive
  100. 100. Grammar QuestionsA __________ question is asked in doubt or indignation, uses the subjunctive, and is expressed in English by the verbal helper ______.
  101. 101. Grammar QuestionsA deliberative question is asked in doubt or indignation, uses the subjunctive, and is expressed in English by the verbal helper should.
  102. 102. Grammar QuestionsA deliberative question uses the _______ subjunctive for present time and the _________ subjunctive for past time.
  103. 103. Grammar QuestionsA deliberative question uses the present subjunctive for present time and the imperfect subjunctive for past time.
  104. 104. Grammar QuestionsThe hortatory subjunctive expresses __________, _______ _________, ______ ____, and uses the verbal helpers __ and ___.
  105. 105. Grammar QuestionsThe hortatory subjunctive expresses exhortation, indirect command, strong wish, and uses the verbal helpers let and may.
  106. 106. Grammar QuestionsThe subjunctive is used primarily in __________ clauses, but also has some uses in __________ clauses.
  107. 107. Grammar QuestionsThe subjunctive is used primarily in subordinate clauses, but also has some uses in independent clauses.
  108. 108. GrammarTo form the negative of a subjunctive verb, use ?
  109. 109. GrammarTo form the negative of a subjunctive verb, use ne.Ne cedamus. Let us not yield.
  110. 110. GrammarTo express purpose with the conjunction ut, the main clause is in the _________, and the subordinate clause is in the __________.
  111. 111. GrammarTo express purpose with the conjunction ut, the main clause is in the indicative, and the subordinate clause is in the subjunctive.
  112. 112. GrammarThe imperfect subjunctive active is built on the ________.
  113. 113. GrammarThe imperfect subjunctive active is built on the infinitive.
  114. 114. GrammarThe perfect and pluperfect subjunctives are built on the ______ stem by adding ___and ___, respectively.
  115. 115. GrammarThe perfect and pluperfect subjunctives are built on the perfect stem by adding eri and isse, respectively.
  116. 116. GrammarWhat are the four uses of the subjunctive you have learned in this unit?
  117. 117. GrammarWhat are the four uses of the subjunctive you have learned in this unit?hortatory subjunctive, deliberative questions, purpose (ut) clause, and negative (ne) purpose clause.
  118. 118. GrammarHow do you form the perfect subjunctive passive?
  119. 119. GrammarHow do you form the perfect subjunctive passive?the 4th principal part + the present subjunctive of sum
  120. 120. GrammarA negative clause of purpose replaces ut with ___.
  121. 121. GrammarA negative clause of purpose replaces ut with ne.
  122. 122. GrammarThe perfect subjunctive active is the same as the _____ _______ _____ indicative, except for the 1st person singular.
  123. 123. GrammarThe perfect subjunctive active is the same as the future perfect active indicative, except for the 1st person singular.
  124. 124. GrammarThe two common feminine nouns of the 4th declension are: ________ and ________.
  125. 125. GrammarThe two common feminine nouns of the 4th declension are: domus and manus.
  126. 126. GrammarThe two common neuter nouns of the 4th declension are: ______and _____.
  127. 127. GrammarThe two common neuter nouns of the 4th declension are: cornu and genu.
  128. 128. Grammar QuestionsThe three degrees of comparison are ________, _____________, and ___________.
  129. 129. Grammar QuestionsThe three degrees of comparison are positive, comparative, and superlative.
  130. 130. Grammar QuestionsThe _______ is descriptive only.
  131. 131. Grammar QuestionsThe positive is descriptive only.
  132. 132. Grammar QuestionsThe ___________ implies a comparison between two persons or things.
  133. 133. Grammar QuestionsThe comparative implies a comparison between two persons or things.
  134. 134. Grammar QuestionsThe ___________ implies a comparison among more than two persons or things.
  135. 135. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative implies a comparison among more than two persons or things.
  136. 136. Grammar QuestionsIn Latin, the comparative adjective is formed from the positive by adding ____and _____to the stem.
  137. 137. Grammar QuestionsIn Latin, the comparative adjective is formed from the positive by adding –ior and –ius to the stem.
  138. 138. Grammar QuestionsIn Latin, the superlative adjective is formed by adding _________________to the stem.
  139. 139. Grammar QuestionsIn Latin, the superlative adjective is formed by adding –issimus –a –um to the stem.
  140. 140. Grammar QuestionsThe comparative adjective is declined like the regular ______________ noun.
  141. 141. Grammar QuestionsThe comparative adjective is declined like the regular 3rd declension noun.
  142. 142. Grammar QuestionsThe comparative adjective _____ _____follow the i-stem pattern of the regular adjective, brevis –e.
  143. 143. Grammar QuestionsThe comparative adjective does not follow the i-stem pattern of the regular adjective, brevis –e.
  144. 144. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative adjective is declined like the regular ___________________ adjective.
  145. 145. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative adjective is declined like the regular 1st/2nd – declension adjective.
  146. 146. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative adjectives ending in er are formed by adding –_____ –_ –___ to the masculine nominative singular.
  147. 147. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative adjectives ending in er are formed by adding –rimus –a –um to the masculine nominative singular.
  148. 148. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative adjectives of facilis, difficilis, similis, and humilis are formed by adding –_____ –_ –__ to the stem.
  149. 149. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative adjectives of facilis, difficilis, similis, and humilis are formed by adding –limus –a –um to the stem.
  150. 150. Grammar QuestionsTwo nouns or pronouns compared using the adverb quam must be in the same ____.
  151. 151. Grammar QuestionsTwo nouns or pronouns compared using the adverb quam must be in the same case.
  152. 152. Grammar QuestionsAdjectives with stems ending in a vowel are usually compared using the adverbs _____ and _______.
  153. 153. Grammar QuestionsAdjectives with stems ending in a vowel are usually compared using the adverbs magis and maxime.
  154. 154. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative adjective is used more in Latin than in English and is thus _______.
  155. 155. Grammar QuestionsThe superlative adjective is used more in Latin than in English and is thus weaker.
  156. 156. Grammar QuestionsThe absolute superlative can be expressed by using ________.
  157. 157. Grammar QuestionsThe absolute superlative can be expressed by using omnium.
  158. 158. Practice♦TranslateGalli naves optimas habent.
  159. 159. Practice♦TranslateThe Gauls have very good ships.
  160. 160. Practice♦TranslateExitus est magis dubius.
  161. 161. Practice♦TranslateThe outcome is more doubtful.
  162. 162. Practice♦TranslateA militibus optimis servamur.
  163. 163. Practice♦TranslateWe are being guarded by the best soldiers.
  164. 164. Practice♦TranslateCanis minimus vocem maximam habet.
  165. 165. Practice♦TranslateThe smallest dog has the biggest voice.
  166. 166. Practice♦TranslateOne out of many.
  167. 167. Practice♦TranslateE pluribus unum
  168. 168. Practice♦Conjugate pono in perfect passive indicative, imperfect active subjunctive, and present passive subjunctive.

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