Due on Monday, 3/18, your homework tonight is to give me your opinion of what kind of intentions you think Julius Caesar had over the duration of his career. Was he out to promote himself and dominate Roman politics as a king? Or was he simply trying to reform the Republic?
Post your reaction in our Amicitia discussion group!
Remember to complete your graphic organizer for the Genitive case by Friday 3/8. Just do the same things you did for the Accusative Case for this sheet – an example of each declension. You will find it under Graphic Organizers on the navigation menu at the top of the site.
Tonight for homework, make sure to post three adjective/noun combinations in our discussion group in Amicitia by Wednesday 2/13. You should have one feminine, one masculine, and one neuter noun in your post.
Make sure you complete your review of nouns by completing the 5th Declension Review online in our group forum on Amicitia. Watch the video and post ONE noun in the 5th declension – make sure you post a different noun than anyone else to get credit.
Make sure you post your declensions of 4th declension nouns in our discussion group on Amicitia by Thursday, 2/7. Watch the video to help you review, too. By now, you should be having no problem declining nouns in any of the 5 declensions Latin uses – at least that is the hope!
For tonight’s homework, don’t forget to review the 3rd declension noun forms and post THREE different declensions of nouns in our group discussion forum on the Amicitia. Also, make sure to take a minute and watch the review video posted there to help you.
And definitely don’t neglect your 3rd Declension Flow Chart as a way to help you remember how to decline nouns of the 3rd declension!
Remember to complete your homework tonight in our discussion group on Amicitia. Here is a link – you are to watch the review video and decline TWO nouns in the 2nd declension. You cannot decline the same noun as someone else
Remember that you have your test on Wednesday for Capitulum XIV. Study over Pensum A to recall how we use Participles in Latin! They decline just like 3rd declensions…bonam fortunam!
Remember to start working on your flash cards for Capitulum XV – they are due on Friday, 2/1.
The purpose of the flash cards is to give your mind “mental anchors” to draw meaning from for these new words in Latin. You should never try to think of Latin words equating with English words, but instead think in Latin! To do this, give yourself mental images for your mind to form connections with. So, head on over to Quizlet and find our Capitulum XV set of flash cards and start crafting images for the vocabula nova that will help you retain meaning!
Make sure that you post in our discussion group on Amicitia for your homework which is due on Wednesday 1/30. It’s a review of the 1st declension – watch the video and check the back of your book for the forms of nouns of the 1st declension.