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Latin I: Chapter 2 Review
Part 1: Vocabulary
Make sure you can give the full dictionary form for all of the words in the chapter. This includes the
nominative, genitive and gender of all nouns; and the magnus, a, um forms for adjectives. It is also important
to know what case all prepositions take.
Part 2: Grammar
Make sure you know the functions of all the cases and how they are generally translated.
Make sure you know all the first declension forms and can fill in the following chart:
Singular
Plural
Syntax
Nominative
Genitive
Dative
Accusative
Ablative
Vocative
There will be a chart with a verb to conjugate (just so you don’t forget).
Singular
Plural
1st person
2nd person
3rd person
You will have to form the infinitives and imperatives of 1st and 2nd conjugation verbs.
Infinitives:
Imperatives:
1st Conjugation- laudare, errare
Singular: Lauda
Plural: Laudate
2nd Conjugation- monere, debere
Singular: Mone
Plural: Monete
Part 3: Translation
There will be short sentences to translate based on the vocabulary in the first two chapters. These will be
similar to the ones we did in class. English to Latin will be extra credit. For additional practice see page 19.
Part 4: Extra Credit
You’ll just have to wait and see…