Latin I.Q4.VTest#6 (Ch. 21-24) VERSION C

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Latin I.Q4.Vocabulary Test #6 (Chapters 21-24)
VERSION C
dīc mihi tuum nōmen:____________________________
Part I: Give the genitive singular, gender and English definition of each noun: XXXVI points
Genitive form (dimidium)
Gender (dimidium) English Definition (II)
E.g. ars
artis____________
fem._____
art, skill, craft
1. Britannia
__________________
_________
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2. iniūria
__________________
_________
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3. Helvetia
__________________
_________
____________________
4. fenestra
__________________
_________
____________________
5. pugna
__________________
_________
____________________
6. victōria
__________________
_________
____________________
7. Sicilia
__________________
_________
____________________
8. Graecia
__________________
_________
____________________
9. Trōia
__________________
_________
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10. mēnsa
__________________
_________
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11. cēna
__________________
_________
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12. sella
__________________
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_
Part II: Give the definition of the following vocabulary words: XXIV points
Adjectives
1. fīnitimus, -a, -um
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2. clārus, -a, -um
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3. centum (indecl.)
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4. reliquus, -a, -um
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5. mille (indecl.)
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6. paucī, -ae, -a
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7. antīquus, -a, -um
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8. vīgintī (indecl.)
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Conjunctions
9. aut
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10. sī
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11. ac
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12. quod
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CCL points + xv extra credit
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Latin I.Q4.Vocabulary Test #6 (Chapters 21-24)
VERSION C
dīc mihi tuum nōmen:____________________________
Part III: Select the derivative that matches the definition below: XL points
N.B. YOU WILL NOT EXHAUST THE WHOLE LIST NOR WILL YOU USE ANY
WORD MORE THAN ONCE. SPELLING COUNTS!
Nouns:
agenda, armiger, captor, conductor, confection, conjecture, cupidity,
decimal, excess, insurgent, missive, paucity, pugnacity, regent, relic
Adjectives: antique, cogent, constituent, incipient, injurious, invincible, victorious
Verbs:
accept, cede, contend, defenestrate, manufacture, posit, reduce, trade
1. Convincing or believable by virtue of forcible, clear, or incisive presentation; forcefully
convincing; compelling belief or assent: __________________________________________
2. A leader, guide, director, or manager: ____________________________________________
3. A list, plan, outline or the like of things to be done: __________________________________
4. Of or belonging to the past; not modern: __________________________________________
5. To make or produce by hand or machinery, especially on a large scale:
___________________________________________________________________________
6. A written message; letter: ______________________________________________________
7. Smallness of quantity; scarcity; scantiness: ________________________________________
8. A surviving memorial of something past; a surviving trace of something: ________________
9. The formation or expression of an opinion or theory without sufficient evidence for proof; a
guess; speculation: ___________________________________________________________
10. To place, put, or set; to lay down or assume as a fact or principle: ______________________
11. To yield or formally surrender to another: _________________________________________
12. To struggle in opposition; to strive in rivalry: ______________________________________
13. A person who rises in forcible opposition to lawful authority, especially a person who
engages in armed resistance to a government or to the execution of its laws; rebel
___________________________________________________________________________
14. A squire carrying the armor of a medieval knight: ___________________________________
15. Incapable of being conquered, defeated, or subdued: _________________________________
16. Serving to compose or make up a thing; forming part of a whole; component:
___________________________________________________________________________
17. To throw out of a window: _____________________________________________________
18. Eager or excessive desire, especially to possess something; greed: ______________________
19. Beginning to exist or appear; nascent; developing: __________________________________
20. A person who exercises the ruling power in a kingdom during the minority, absence, or
disability of the sovereign: _____________________________________________________
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Latin I.Q4.Vocabulary Test #6 (Chapters 21-24)
VERSION C
dīc mihi tuum nōmen:____________________________
Part IV: Give the principal parts (I) and definition (II) of the following verbs: CXXXV points
1st principal
part
1. capiō
2. accipiō
2nd principal
part
3rd principal
part
cēpī
4th principal
part
English
definition
accipere
3. incipiō
4. iaciō
5. coniciō
6. cēdō
cessī
7. discēdō
discessus, -a, -um
8. excēdō
9. agō
10. cōgō
11. faciō
factus, -a, -um
12. cōnficiō
13. interficiō
14. dūcō
dūxī
15. redūcō
16. regō
17. surgō
surrectus, -a, -um
18. cōnstituō
constitūtus, -a, -um
19. contendō
20. cupiō
21. dēfendō
22. dēligō
23. fugiō
fūgī
24. gerō
25. mittō
26. pōnō
27. relinquō
relīquī
28. trādō
29. vincō
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Latin I.Q4.Vocabulary Test #6 (Chapters 21-24)
VERSION C
dīc mihi tuum nōmen:____________________________
Part V: Write the cardinal number (spelling counts!) and Roman numerals matching each of the
ordinal numbers listed: XV points (I point each)
Roman Numeral (I each)
Ordinal Number (I each)
Cardinal Number (I each)
I
prīmus
ūnua, -a, -um
decimus, -a, -um
II
secundus, -a, -um
septimus, -a, -um
nōnus, -a, -um
sextus, -a, -um
quārtus, -a, -um
octāvus, -a, -um
quīntus, -a, -um
Extra Credit:
1.
Conjugate in the 1st singular in the ACTIVE VOICE: scībō, -ere, scrīpsī, scrīptum, to write (vi in toto; i per)
Singular Latin and English
Plural Latin and English
1st
FUTURE:
PERFECT:
2nd
PLUPERFECT:
FUTURE PERFECT:
3rd
IMPERFECT:
PRESENT:
2.
Decline ūnus in the masculine, feminine and neuter singular: (ii points)
M.
F.
N.
Nom:
Gen:
Dat:
Acc
Abl:
singular
3.
Give the singular and plural Latin imperatives for faciō, dūcō, and dīcō:
4.
What do the underlined words mean based on their context? aut dīc veritātem aut discēde ex meā vīllā!
5.
Scrībē Latīnē: imperātor magnus bellum gerere hērī cōnstituit.
6.
Scrībē Latīnē: accipte, meī, discipulī, deum in vestra corda! (cor, cordis, n., heart)
7.
Give the two nominative terminations of the cardinal number that matches the Roman numeral III:
8.
What case and construction is the underlined? ob pecūniae tuam cupiditātem, tū miserrimus es.
9.
With what event do we associate the terms mēta, carcerēs, and mappa?
CCL points + xv extra credit
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