If I gave you a report of your grade in our class, you have until Monday 5/20 to get your work done. You must have that form signed by a parent and all of your work must be attached to it and turned in before class starts on 5/20 – no exceptions! It’s your last chance to get these assignments in!
Make sure you look over your notes for Stage 9. In this chapter, we learned how to form nouns into the Dative case for indirect objects. Make sure you know the various forms for singular and plural, and for each declension. Also, review your vocabulary!
Beware the Ides of March!
We will be having our final test of the 3rd quarter on this Friday – and it will test your understanding of the concepts we learned in Stage 7, namely the differences between Present, Imperfect, and Perfect tenses of verbs.
Look over your notes, work from Stage 7, and the crossword puzzle. There are 36 questions, all multiple choice. The first part will be a short paragraph in Latin, where you will have to answer questions. The second part will see if you can identify a description, written in Latin, of a character we have read about in our textbook. The third part will require you to identify whether a verb form is Present, Imperfect, of Perfect tense. Finally, part four will have you translate the underlined word.
Make sure you are looking over your work from Stage 6, reviewing the vocabulary and the difference between the Imperfect and Perfect tenses of verbs. Remember, if there is a -ba “trapped” within the verb, it is of the Imperfect tense and should be translated as “was/were -ing”.
If there is a VSUX in the verb, then you need to recognize it is of the Perfect tense and should be translated as “-ed” into English.
Start studying now!
Updated – the test is for 2/19!
Your midterm for the first semester will be on Thursday, 1/17! Make sure you are studying and preparing for success!
The format will be 45 multiple choice questions, all from Stage 5. So make sure you look over the work we did for Stage 5, in particular the vocabulary and the grammar. We learned the plural forms for verbs and also that there has to be an agreement between the subject (Nominative case) and the verb. Bonam Fortunam!
Remember to study for your test which we are having on Stage 4 this Friday, 12/14.
The test will be multiple choice and consist of 41 questions. Make sure you know how to use verbs and your personal endings (ego, tu). Remember which ending belongs on each verb; which ones end:
- in -o?
- in -s?
- in -t?
Make sure you look over your work from Stage 2 to help you study! You should look over the vocabulary as well as the difference between the Nominative and Accusative cases. Bonam fortunam!
Remember to study for our test on Monday which is going to test your knowledge of what we learned from Stage 1. The test is multiple choice, about 30 questions. Bonam Fortunam!
Remember that your final is coming up – so you need to make sure you study and prepare for your final test! Here is a copy of the study guide, just in case you lost the one I passed out in class today.
Your test for Stage 9 is being moved from Thursday 5/3 to Monday 5/7 due to “Take Your Child to Work Day” falling on this Thursday.
Those of you who won’t be in class on Thursday are expected to be ready for the test on Monday. So make sure you study!