• MIDTERM  EXAM - TUESDAY, JANUARY 20
     
    The midterm exam will cover information presented in Chapters 1-6 in Latin Via Ovid, plus information discussed in class. 
     
     
    MAKE SURE TO KNOW THE FOLLOWING TOPICS:
     
    1st declension endings
    2nd declension endings, including neuter endings
    Nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, and ablative cases
    Vocative  (to be taught after break)
     
    Present tense
    Imperfect tense
    Imperative (commands)

     
    Noun-Adjective agreement
     
    How to identify the declension and case of a Latin noun
     
    How to identify the conjugation and tense of a Latin verb and translate into English
    How to form and translate the present and imperfect forms of "sum" 
     
    How to label the parts of a Latin sentence and translate into English
     
    Vocabulary and stories from chapters 1-6
    Days of the week
     
    3 periods of Roman government, including names of rulers from each period
    Roman numerals and Latin numbers
    Story of the legendary founding of Rome
    Story of the Trojan War
    Pronunciation of Latin
    Division of Latin words into syllables and word stress
    "The Eternal City" handout (from when I was absent)
     
    Also review the most common sententiae  from the semester.