Topics: Using the final book of the Cambridge Latin series as a point of departure, our class begins in Rome. Domitian has only been emperor for two years, but already fear and suspicion dominate the political landscape. We will follow along with Glabrio and his buddies as they relax in the country, attend weddings, enjoy entertainment Roman style....BUT WATCH OUT!!!!!! You never know who your friends are and crazy Emperor Domitian is always watching...............
After the midterm, Latin 4 students will read selections from Cicero, Caesar, Ovid and Vergil.
Stage 45 -- Catullus test:
Milo and Clodius Test
Multiple choice (Tuesday)
- Reading comprehension—There will be two passages from either Asconius and/or Cicero. You will answer comprehension questions (look at the questions on the packet) and grammar questions. 25 questions
- Vocabulary from the Asconius packet 25 questions
- Questions about the historical information behind the murder and trial 25 questions
- Grammar-- gerunds and gerunds of purpose from the Asconius packet 10 questions
- Translation 15% -- may use notes on the text and dictionaries (Wednesday) -- make sure you look for the main verb etc.
Milo and Clodius-- Asconius' account
Indirect Statement 1 Practice
Indirect Statement 2
Stage 37 Resources: perfect infinitives and indirect statementYoutube tutorial for stage 37