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5. How is a condition contrary to the fact expressed in Latin? State one case in which a Relative Clause requires the Subjunctive. One case where the Subjunctive is used in Principal Clauses. What is a Gerundive? Give an example.

XXII.

1. Decline Penelope, mons, cubile, and give the gender with the rules. Mark the quantity of penults and final syllables of the above words Decline uterque. Decline acer, and compare it. Form an adverb from it, and compare it.

2. Compare senex and munificus. Give the derivation of filiolus, documentum, quercetum, audax, capesso, and the meaning of the terminations. Give all the Participles and Infinitives of vereor and ccedo, and mark the quantity of the penults. Inflect the Imperative of fero, ordior, nolo, fateor. Give the Present and Imperfect Subjunctive First Person Singular of adjuvo, eo, soleo, a,ndfugio, marking the quantity of the penults. Give the principal parts oipario, pareo, paro, reddo, redeo, surge, and of the compound of ab and fero.

3. What case or cases follow refert, irascor, circumdo? How do the constructions of names of towns differ from those of other words? How is the degree of difference expressed in Latin? How the agent by the participle in -dm t What construction is used after verbs of Saying? Verbs of Fearing? How may a Purpose be expressed? How does a Gerund resemble a noun? How does it resemble a verb? How does the Gerundive differ from it?

XXIII.

1. Decline JUius, pectus, manus, animal. Give the genders and mark the quantity of all penultimate and final syllables. Give the gender and the Ablative singular and Genitive plural of imago, mons, vis, turris, sedile. Decline capax, ceger, and the comparative of miser. Compare facilis, acer, and an adverb formed from piger. Decline uterque.

2. Give the First Person of the Future Indicative, and all tenses of the subjunctive of possum, pario, sono, vereor, eo, soleo. Mark quantities of penults. Give the Infinitives and Participles, Active and Passive, of spondeo, morior, paro, quwro, queror, adipiscor.

3. Explain the force of the derivative terminations in longitude, tenax, vehiculum, Priamides, clamito, vinolentus, filiolus.

4. What is the construction in Latin of the place in which (including names of towns) ? the price or value? the degree or measure of difference between objects compared? the agent in the Passive Voice? What case or cases follow credo, pudet, fungor, refert, aptus, avidus, dignus, in, pro, propter, doceo, condemno, circumdo?

5. How is a future condition with its conclusion expressed? How a condition contrary to fact? How an object clause after a verb of Fearing ; of Commanding; of Saying? Translate cave eas and explain the peculiarity. When can you use the Gerundive for the Gerund? Give an example of each. Give an example of the use of the Supine.

XXIV.

1. Decline the following words, and give their genders respectively: onus, collis, salus, gradus. Decline felix, quidam, senex. Compare parvus, benejicus. Form and compare an adverb from acer.

2. Give a synopsis of mordeo, scio^ in the Active Voice, and of hortor, orior, polliceor, nolo. Give the principal parts of paro, pario, pareo, ulciscor, pango, tollo.

3. What are the meanings of the derivative terminations in acritudo, clamito, vinculum, parvulus?

4. What case or cases follow moneo, prosum, Togo, in, Prater ? What is the force of man in a question? of ne? Explain the mood and tense of mansisset in, " Mansissetque utinam fortuna." Explain the mood of esset and the case of, fronde in " Nos delubra miseri, quibus ultimus esset ille dies velamus fronde." Explain the mood of polliceantur in "Ad eum legati veniunt, qui polliceantur obsides dare." With what other constructions could the same idea be expressed? What is the use of the supine in -um ? in -u? Explain construction of usui and fore in "Magno sibi usui fore arbitrabatur." Describe the feet of two syllables. Mark the quantity of the penalty and last syllables in the above extracts.

XXV.

Translate the following extract: —

Imitatus est homo Eomanus veterem ilium Socratem, qui cum omnium sapientissimus esset sanctissimeque vixisset, ita in judicio capitis pro se ipse dixit, ut non supplex aut reus sed magister aut dominus videretur esse judicum; quin etiam cum ei scriptam orationem disertissimus orator Lysias attulisset, quam si ei videretur edisceret ut ea pro se in judicio uteretur, non invitus legit et commode scriptam esse dixit.

Decline veterem, magister, judicum, ei.
Compare invitus, sanctissime.

Give the principal parts of imitatus, vixisset, attulisset, edisceret, uteretur.

Give all the Participles and Infinitives of scriptam esse.

What are the derivations of Romanus, orationem, orator, and the meaning of the derivative terminations in each?

What is the construction (i. e. where are they made and why) of omnium, se, videretur (in each of the two cases), edisceret, ea, scriptam esse, ei (first one), attulisset?

What are the principal rules for the change from Direct Discourse to Indirect?

XXVL .

Translate:—

Sin autem quis requirit, quse causa nos impulerit, ut hsec tam sero Uteris mandaremus, nihil est, quod expedire tam facile possimus. Nam, cum otio langueremus, et is esset reipublicae status, ut eam unius consilio atque cura gubernari necesse esset; primum, ipsius reipublicae causa, philosophiam nostris hominibus explicandam putavi, magni existimans interesse ad decus et ad laudem civitatis, res tam graves tamque prseclaras Latinis etiam literis contineri. Eoque me minus instituti mei pcenitet, quod facile sentio, quam multorum non modo discendi, sed etiam scribendi, studia commoverim. Complures enim, Grsecis institutionibus eruditi, ea, quse didicerant, cum civibus suis communicare non poterant, quod ilia, qua? a Graecis accepissent, Latine dici posse diffiderent. Quo in genere tantum profecisse videmur, ut a Graecis ne verborum quidem copia vinceremur.

Decline civibus, dams, status, quis, graves.

Compare minus, graves.

Give the principal parts, Active and Passive (if any), of requirit, impulerit, sentio, diffiderent, eruditi, vinceremur.

Give the synopsis of didicerant, commoverim, panitet.

Explain construction (where made and why) of possimus, esset, hominibus, magni, me, instituti, scribendi, commoverim, diffiderent.

XXVII.

Translate (omit any words you do not remember, but give their construction): —

P. Scipionem, Marce fili, eum, qui primus African us appellatus est, dicere solitum scripsit Cato, qui fuit eius fere aequalis, numquam se minus otiosum esse quam cum otiosus, nec minus solum quam cum solus esset: magnifica vero vox et magno viro ac sapiente digna; quae declarat ilium et in otio de negotiis cogitare et in solitudine secum loqui solitum, ut neque cessaret umquam et interdum conloquio alterius non egeret; ita duae res, quae languorem adferunt ceteris, ilium acuebant, otium et solitudo. Vellem nobis hoc idem vere dicere liceret.

1. (a) Give the principal parts of the verbs from which come the forms solitum, scripsit, loqui, egeret, acuebant, liceret, vellem. (b) Give the Present, Imperfect, and Perfect Subjunctive, and all the participles of the same verbs, (c) Mark the quantity of each penult in the forms you have given.

2. Decline ccqualis, solus, viro, idem.

3. Compare primus, minus, vere.

4. Account for mood and tense of dicere, solitum, esset, cessaret, vellem, liceret.

5. Account for case of eius, vox, viro, otio, conloquio, nobis, ceteris.

6. Explain derivation of cequalis, otiosus, magnifica, negotiis, solitudine, cessaret, conloquio, acuebant.

7. Mark the feet and quantities and explain the metre of the following lines :—

Cetera labuntur celeri caelestia motu

Cum caeloque simul noctesque diesque feruntur.

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