Your last quiz for the quarter is going to be on Wednesday, 5/15. You will need to show that you know how to form an adverb and how to use it. Make sure you complete Pensum A for HW as that will give you some extra practice to prepare you.
Remember to review the flashcards on Quizlet for your Capitulum XIV vocabulary quiz on Monday, January 28th. Make sure that you review the images and which words they are associated with – this is critical for learning new vocabulary for a foreign language.
Nota bene! You have a quiz on Participles on Thursday, 1/24. Make sure you study and begin looking things over now.
You will also have a quiz on the vocabulary from Capitulum XIV on 1/28, so look over the flashcards on Quizlet. This also means you will have a test on Capitulum XIV coming up on 1/31 – so once I give you your Pensum A back, make sure you look that over as well!
You will have a quiz on the 5th declension on Thursday, 3/22. Make sure you review those forms with nouns like dies and facies.
If you missed class on Friday, 2/3 (for the field trip), make sure you make up the following:
- Turn in Tintinnabula 1/23-2/3
- Quiz on 4th Declension next class
All makeup work and quizzes were due TODAY! No more work will be accepted as we wind down the semester with midterms. That said, there may still be several assignments waiting to be graded. Study for your midterm! Bonam fortunam!
For your quiz on Friday on Comparative Adjectives, look over 12.7 and 12.14 to help you review the forms. Also, look over 12.18 and 12.19 to help you review your positive adjective forms.
Remember tomorrow is our quiz on the 4th declension – so study over 12.10 and review12.17 to help you prepare.
Make sure you know how to decline nouns of the third declension – that is what our quiz will be assessing on Tuesday, 12/7. So know how to decline masculine and feminine nouns, and how to decline neuter nouns. It is hard to tell the difference in gender between 3rd declension nouns, but if you can formulate them into two camps (m/f or n) then you will have a better chance of learning those forms.