Tuesday, June 3

Latin II Need to Know List – Final Exam
Dates of Test: Part I _____________
Part II_____________
Part I: Tuesday, June 3rd
Comprehension: Read a new story and answer English questions about it.
Translation: Write English translations a sentence from the story.
Grammar: Find examples of certain parts of speech in the story and identify the cases and
usage of nouns in the story.
Part II: Friday, June 6th
Vocabulary: Based on meaning, choose the best answer to complete a sentence.
Vocabulary: Choose the word the does not belong with the other words.
Grammar: Based on grammatical structure, choose the best answer to complete a sentence.
Derivatives: Based on knowledge of their Latin root words, match English derivatives with
their definitions.
Derivatives: Write the Latin root word and its meaning for English derivatives.
Culture: choose the correct answers to questions about the culture from all stages
Culture: Using a map, identify locations of places in the army camp where a soldier would
go to complete a particular activity.
necesse est tibi scīre…
vocabulary – study the comprehensive list or your flashcards. (Stages 1-27) (21-27)
grammar – study the various charts, study sheets, notes you’ve taken
III. culture – study the reading guilds, notes, and the attached maps and diagrams
derivatives – study the derivative sheets from each stage
how to read stories – go back and reread stories / review the stage stories
Latin II Final Exam
Nōmen _______________________
Further information about the final exam is coming next week, but you need to start reviewing
now. To prepare, you must fill out this review packet by compiling information and notes about the
following grammatical term/concept/structures. You might want to include the following types of
-how to form or recognize the concept
-how to translate the concept
-how it is used in the sentence
-examples of this concept from worksheets, stories, or tests
-You may be asked to find examples of these grammatical structures in a story, and you may have answer
multiple choice questions that address these grammar topics.
Present Active Participle (stage 20 and 23)
Perfect Passive Participle (stage 21)
Perfect Active Participle (participle of a deponent verb) stage 22
Types of Genitives: (stage 22)
genitive of possession (17 and 22)
genitive of description: (22)
partitive genitive: (22)
Forming Adverbs from Adjectives: (stage 21 and 22)
1st/2nd Declension Adjectives:
3rd Declension Adjectives:
Degrees of Adverbs: (Stage 21, 22, and 23):
formation of the subjunctive:
imperfect tense subjunctive (stage 24 and 25)
pluperfect subjunctive
uses of the subjunctive:
cum clauses (stage 24)
indirect questions (stage 25)
purpose clauses (st 26)
indirect commands (st 27)
result clauses (stage 27)
Expressing obligation with oportet (stage 26)
Gerundive of obligation (stage 26)
Latin II Final Exam
Nomen _____________________
Multiple Choice Practice Questions
Diēs ________________________
Try to translate the sentence to yourself so you get a general idea of what it is asking
What yourself- what grammatical concept is this question testing?
Think- what case noun do I need? What type of verb? Tense? Number? etc
________1. Cum Modestus et Strythio ad flumen ______________, equus transīre noluit.
a. advenerant
b. advenissent
c. adveniret
d. adveniēbant
c. vina
d. vinī
________2. fer mihi plus _________!
a. vinum
b. vinō
________3. necesse est Modestō, ā Bulbō _______________, effugere.
a. deceptum
b. deceptus
c. deceptō
d. deceptīs
________4. We were quiet so that we were able to hear Magistra.
a. possēmus
b. poteramus
c. potuissēmus
d. possētis
_________5. furēs, senem ________________, eum interficere temptāverunt.
a. conspicatus
b. conspicātī
c. conspicatōs
d. conspicatum
_________6. Salvius treats his friends more cruelly than anyone else.
a. crudelissimē
b. crudelis
c. crudeliter
d. crudelius
_________7. What degree of adverb is contained in the following sentence:
Domitia ad aulam quam celerrimē revenīre volēbat
a. regular
b. superlative
c. comparative
d. positive
c. mē
d. meus
________8. ______ decet matrem patremque amāre
a. ego
b. mihi
________9. Magistra discipulō imperāvit ut librum sēcum ad classum _____________.
a. fers
b. ferret
c. tullisent
d. ferēbat
Latin II
Nōmen ________________________
Latin is a language in which endings are extremely important. The ending of a
Latin noun tells us the f______________ of the word in the sentence—how is
the noun being u__________________? These specific endings are also known as
In the boxes, list the uses/functions which we have learned for each of the cases:
Stage #28 Pensum
Nōmen ____________________________
“Belimicus Rex”
Diēs _______________________________
Directiōnēs: Using the story “Belimicus rēx,”, find one example of
the following grammatical structures in the story and write down
its line number. For some, there will be multiple examples to pick
from; for others, there will only be one. Use your notes or the final
review packet if you don’t remember how to recognize a structure.
Latin Word or Phrase
i. Ablative of means
Line Number
____________________________ _________________
ii. dative case object of special verb _______________________ _________________
iii. pluperfect subjunctive verb ___________________________ _________________
iv. gerundive of obligation
______________________________ _________________
v. possessive genitive noun
______________________________ ________________
vi. indirect command
______________________________ _________________
vii. vocative case noun
______________________________ _________________
viii. perfect passive participle ______________________________ _________________
ix. imperfect subjunctive verb _____________________________ _________________
x. result clause
xi. cum clause
______________________________ _________________
______________________________ _________________
xii. present active participle ______________________________ _________________
xiii. perfect active participle
xiv. superlative degree adverb
______________________________ _________________
______________________________ _______________
Identify the grammatical structures contained in the following sentences
________i. puellam lacrimantem vidī. Lacrimantem is what type of participle?
a. present passive
b. perfect passive
c. perfect active
d. present active
________ii. What type of subjunctive usage is contained in the following sentence?
dux tantus iratus erat ut militibus cibum dāre nollet.
a. indirect question b. result clause
c. cum clause d. purpose clause
________iii. What type of subjunctive usage is contained in the following sentence?
puella ē villa exiit ut ad portum redīret.
a. cum clause b. result clause
c. indirect command
d. purpose clause
________iv. “Fer mihi plus vinī!” clamāvit Grumio. Plus vini is an example of the…..
a. genitive of description
c. genitive of possession
b. partitive genitive
d. genitive of defenestration
_______v. What type of subjunctive usage is contained in the following sentence?
Galatea nescivit quis esset pater Helenae
a. indirect question
b. indirect command c. result clause
d. purpose clause
_______vi. What tense of subjunctive verb is contained in the following cum clause?
imperator perterritus, cum vos aulam intrāvissetis, statim effugit.
a. Present
b. Imperfect
c. Perfect
d. Pluperfect
_______vii. What degree of adverb is contained in the following sentence?
Magistra discipulōs irātē vituperāvit.
a. regular
b. superlative
c. comparative
d. positive
_______viii. What type of participle is contained in the following sentence?
militēs, hostēs conspicātī, statim eōs interfēcērunt.
a. present active
b. perfect passive
c. perfect active
d. future active
________ix. What genitive usage is contained in the following sentence?
vir summae diligentiae in urbe laborābat
a. genit. of possession
b. genit. of description c. partitive genit.
d. genitive absolute
Latin II
Culture Review Activity
Nōmen ___________________
Diēs _____________________
In small groups, you will be responsible for creating study guides for each culture section we
have learned this year. Using the share feature of Google Docs, your group will provide the
class with a study guide containing the following information:
i. Summary of the culture topic- if you had to give a lecture about this topic, what would
you talk about? what would you include? This can be in paragraph or bullet point
ii. Definitions of key terms/people/places
iii. At least 5 multiple choice questions about the topic with 4 possible answer choices that
are suitable for inclusion on the test. Do not include the answers in your study guide,
although you should be able to answer the questions. Good questions MAY be included on
the final.
-Your group will have time to work in class. You should reread/skim the selection, start
brainstorming, and dividing responsibility. Later we will go to the computer lab to type up
our study guides using Google Docs.
-This assignment will be graded. Remember that I can see who contributed what using
Google Docs
Latin II
Nōmen ________________
Translation Assignment
Diēs __________________
1. Type a translation of the story using 12 point font and double-spacing. Words in bold print are
defined at the end of the story. You can use your book, charts or notes. Be careful with noun
endings and verb tenses! This is an individual assignment- work by yourself!
2. At the end of translation, find one example of each grammatical structure – indicate the name
name of the structure, the Latin text, and the line number.
Salvius et custōdēs
Agricola, postquam dē morte Cogidubnī audīvit, Salvium statim dīmisit.
ille, ē principiīs egressus, sēcum cogitābat.
“mihi festinandum est ad aulam Cogidubnī. de testāmentō Cogidubnī
cognoscere volo.”
necesse erat Salviō equōs et custōdēs habēre ut ad aulam regis iter faceret. tamen
Salvius Agricolae patefacere nōluit quō contenderet. itaque hoc cōnsilium cēpit:
in cubiculō suō trēs horās manēbat. deinde, cum advesperāsceret, ad
centurionem Valerium clam ībat. Valerius, quī nesciēbat dē morte Cogidubnī,
Salviō crēdidit. tam cupidus adiuvandī ut eī duōs custōdēs optimōs daret:
Modestum et Strythionem!
Salvius cum duōbus custodibus per tenēbrās ad aulam Cogidubnī equitābat.
post paucās horās ad flumen altum vēnērunt. Salvius custōdēs rogāvit
ubi esset pons.
“pons quī hūc stābat erat sēmirutus,” respondit Strythio. “pondus grave
eum delēvit.” tum Modestum intentē spectāvit. “tamen, facile est nobīs
hoc flūmen transīre. prope illās arborēs sunt multa saxa in aquā.
hīs saxīs usī, ad alteram ripam pervenīre possumus.”
custodēs Salvium ad saxa duxērunt et Salvius transīre coepērunt. subitō
equus, in saxō lapsus, Salvium in aquam dēiēcit. Salvius clamāvit, “subvēnite!”
sed Modestus et Strythiō non subvēnērunt. in silvās quam celerrimē
Salvius, cum sē ex aquā madidus traxisset, ad aulam processit sōlus.
Verba Nova:
testamentum, ī n- will
advesperāscere- to grow dark
clam- secretly
cupidus adiuvandī- eager to help
tenebrae- darkness
altus, a, um- deep
semirutus- half-collapsed
pondus- weight
arbor- tree
usī- using, making use of
lapsus- having slipped
subveniō- to help
madidus- soaked through
II. At the end of your tranlsation, write down the following list of grammatical structures.
Then find one example of each in the story and indicate both the Latin text and the line
number where you found it. For some terms, there are multiple possibilities; for others,
there is only one.
cum clause
genitive of possession
gerundive of obligation
imperative (direct command)
imperfect subjunctive verb
indirect question
perfect active participle
purpose clause
result clause