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Latin I Test Ch.1-7 Study Guide
READING SECTION (30 Multiple Choice and 1 Latin-to-English translation)
o Derivatives
o Linguistic History
What 5 languages come from Latin?
English comes from which Proto-Indo-European Dialect?
Latin comes from which Proto-Indo-European dialect?
Why does Latin account for over 60% of the vocabulary in English?
o Map: Roma, Ostia, Pompeii, Baiae, Via Appia, Flumen Tiberis, Vesuvius Mons
History: KEY DATES: 753 B.C., 79 A.D.
o Roman names: praenomen, nomen, cognomen
(Latin-to-English translation)
One passage based on the Ch.1-7 stories in the textbook
Apply grammatical knowledge outlined below 
WRITING SECTION (3 English-to-Latin sentences and 1 short-answer culture question)
o *Recognize noun endings' declensions and cases
o Verbs:
a singular -t ending if the verb has a singular "he/she/it" subject
a plural -nt ending if the verb has a plural "they" subject
o Adjective-Noun agreement
Gender: Masculine, Feminine, Neuter
Number: Singular, Plural
Case: Nominative, Accusative
o Short-answer culture question: Describe the role of a typical Roman father and the role of a
typical Roman mother. What are each person's responsibilities in the household?
LISTENING SECTION (15 Multiple Choice)
o Numerī: I, V, X, L, C, D, M
o Identify the case (Nom. or Acc.) and number (Sing. or Pl.) of nouns
o Select the correct Latin word based on its pronunciation
You will get three individual grades for your Latin tests: a Reading grade, a Writing
grade, and a Listening grade. Each grade has no effect on the others and they
are calculated separately.
How to study for your Latin test:
Quiz yourself on vocabulary; use flashcards!
Ask yourself: Can I identify the declension and gender of each noun?
Can I identify the conjugation of each verb?
Can I identify which words are adjectives and adverbs?
Do I know the English meanings of these words?
Can I identify an infinitive?
o How do I translate it?
o What phrases/words expect an infinitive?
volo (I want), vult (he/she/it wants) TO DO something
amat (he/she/it) likes or loves TO DO something
necesse est (it is necessary) TO DO something
How do I differentiate between the subject and direct object in a Latin sentence?
How do I differentiate between the subject and direct object in an English sentence?
** Look back over homework sentences from worksheets and passages.
Do I understand how the English & Latin words function in my practice sentences?
Can I reproduce the noun declension charts and verb personal endings chart?
Do I understand how to USE those charts to help me translate?