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Latina Christiana 2 Review D (Lessons 16-20)
Fourth Conjugation Verbs aperio, aperire audio, audire, audivi, auditus
dormio, dormire, dormivi, dormitus

Fourth Conjugation ~ Imperfect tense

Singular
audiebam audiebas audiebat arbor, arboris, f. caritas, caritatis clamor, clamoris custos, custodis dux, ducis lectio, lectionis Other Words libertas, libertatis mos, moris, m. orator, oratoris panis, panis, m. passio, passionis, f. pastor, pastoris pes, pedis, m. piscator, piscatoris senator, senatoris sol, solis, m. tentatio, tentationis

Plural
audimus audiebatis audiebant

finio, finire, finivi, finitus
impedio, impedire, impedivi, impeditus

Third Declension Nouns (masculine & feminine)

munio, minire, minivi, minitus punio, punire, punivi, punitus scio, scire, scivi, scitus sentio, sentire venio, venire

cras cur heri hodie nihil quid quis quod sed ubi Fourth Conjugation ~ Present tense

timor, timoris virgo, virginis voluntas, voluntatis ars, artis, f. avis, avis, f. civis, civis, c. dens, dentis, m. finis, finis, m. mens, mentis, f.

Singular
audio audis audit

Plural
audimus auditis audiunt

More Third Declension Nouns nix, nivis, f. orbis, orbis, m. ovis, ovis, f. sedes, sedis, f.

Third Declension noun forms Case endings (masculine and feminine)
Singular
lex legis legi legem lege is i em e

Plural

Singular --

Plural es (i)um ibus es ibus

Singular
pars partis parti partem parte

Plural

Latin Sayings Ave Caesar, morituri te salutamus Romanus civis sum
Non oratorem, non senatorem, sed piscatorem

At home this week: 1. Please use your flashcards (or www.quizlet.com) to review your words and phrases...a lot! (To use www.quizlet.com, go to that website. In the “search” box, type in “Latina Christiana”. It will come up with the lesson practice pages I've entered there, as well as some other pages that other teachers/parents/students have done on their own. 2. In your student workbook, complete any unfinished pages for lessons 16-20.

3. Please make sure to say your Latin words aloud as you are working on your assignments and reviewing your vocabulary and charts. 4. Take Test IV (Lessons 16-20), pages 126-127 in the Teacher's Guide.

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