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     FINAL EXAM - MONDAY, JUNE 8, 2015
     
    The final exam will cover information presented in Chapters 1-13) 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
    3rd declension endings, including i-stem and neuter forms 
    Nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, and ablative cases
    Vocative 
     
    Present tense
    Imperfect tense
    Future tense 
    Perfect tense
    Pluperfect tense
    Future perfect tense
    Imperative (commands) 
    negative commands 
    infinitive
     
    Noun-Adjective agreement
    Adjectives used as nouns
     
    Vocabulary and stories from chapters 1-13
     
    The irregular verbs sum, absum, and adsum in all 6 tenses, both the Latin forms and the English meanings 
     
    Dative with certain adjectives
     
    Suus, -a, -um and eius 
      
     
    3 periods of Roman government, including names of rulers from each
    Roman numerals and Latin numbers 1-20, 100, and 1000 
    Basic etymology
    Geography (map)
    Mythology, including:
      creation of the universe, Gaea + Uranus and their kids, Cronus + Rhea and their kids
      creation of man and animals
      punishment of man and Prometheus
      15 major gods and goddesses - Roman + Greek names, duties, attributes
      story about the cause of the Trojan war 
      Misc. stories, including Arachne, Latona and Niobe, Callisto, Baucis and Philemon, founding of Rome 
    review "Introduction," pages xv--xviii in the textbook 
     
    Also review sententiae from this semester 
     
    2 sections that are "written out" rather than multiple choice:
       1.  Identify the CASE and NUMBER of  Latin nouns from Chapter 12 + 13 and TRANSLATE into English.
       2.  Identify the TENSE of Latin verbs from Chapters 11, 12, + 13 (plus "sum," "adsum," and "absum") and TRANSLATE into English.