Test Answers on Latin America

Latin American Social Class System

Peninsulares Europeans who were born in Spain or Portugal (Liberian Peninsula) sent to America to control the government completely. Creoles White Spaniard or Portuguese born in the colonies. They owned most of the land, but were treated like second class citizens and were denied political rights. Metizes Mixed ancestry of american Indian and European who […]

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Adverbs – Latin I – 10th Grade – Antonian College Prep High School

What are adverbs? Adverbs are words that describe verbs or adjectives Usually in English, what suffix is added to a word to make it an adverb? – ly is usually added In Latin, what is added to the base of an adjective to make it an adverb? – ē is added English = tomorrow Latin […]

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College Board SAT Practice Test Vocab and Latin Roots

Di/Dia apart, through ex. diameter Se apart ex. segregate Pan all ex. panorama Anim life, mind, spirit ex. animated Mort death ex. mortal, morbid Vid/Vis look or see ex. envision Phil love ex. philanthropy Amb go, walk ex. amble Tract drag, pull ex. attract or tractor Sol alone ex. solitude Grat pleasing ex. gratitude or […]

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lol college latin time final exam

a/ab + abl away from alius, alia, aliud other/another annus, anni, m. year aqua, aquae, f. water ardeo, ardēre, arsi, arsurus to burn arma, armorum, n. weapons audeo, audēre, ausus sum to dare bellum, bellī, n. war bonus, bona, bonum good brevis, breve short casus, casus, m. fall/misfortune ceteri, ceterae, cetera the rest consul, consulis, […]

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T. Jones Latin College Prep Academy

brawl A rough noisy fight Casual Not planned Constant Not changing Mediocre Of low or medium quality;barely passable Monotonous Always the same; not varying boring Originate To bring or come into being Ravenous Very hungry Realistic Closely resembling real life Soothe To make calm and relaxed Stampede A sudden rush of animals or people, usually […]

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Oxford Latin Course Chapter 17 Vocab

question sum, esse, eram, fuī answer I am question superō, superāre, superāvi answer I overcome question discēdō, discēdere, discessī answer I go away, depart question legō, legere, lēgī answer I read question crēdō, crēdere, crēdidī (dat) answer I believe, trust question prōmittō, prōmittere, prōmīsī answer I promise question efficiō, efficere, effēcī answer I effect, carry […]

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Oxford Latin Course Part II: Chapter 18 Vocab

question absum,abesse, afui + abl. answer I am away from question disco, discere, didici answer I learn question fleo, flēre, flevi answer I weep question ineo, inīre, inii answer I enter, begin question transeo, transīre, transii answer I cross question studeo, studēre, studui + dat. answer I study question valere iubeo answer I bid goodbye […]

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Latin: Grammar Notes, Lexical Entry

question Lexical Entry answer dictionary format for every word in the Latin language question Lexical Entry: Nouns answer Nominative Singular, Genitive Singular, Gender, English definition question Nominative Singular Form answer standard form of a word. used as the subject of the sentence. question Genitive Singular Form answer where we get the STEM of a noun. […]

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6th Grade Latin America Map Quiz Review

question Gulf of Mexico answer question Caribbean Sea answer question Atlantic Ocean answer question Pacific Ocean answer question Colombia answer question Venezuela answer question Suriname answer question Ecuador answer question Peru answer question Brazil answer question Bolivia answer question Paraguay answer question Chile answer question Argentina answer question Uruguay answer question Central America answer question […]

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Latin-Present tense verbs

question to form or ____________the present tense answer conjugate question verbs are made up of ____ principle parts answer 4 question the first part of the verb ends in _____ and is literaly transalted as the _______ person, singular, ____________ tense. answer -ō -1st person -present tense question the first principle part is translated as […]

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Oxford Latin Chapter 26 Vocab

question I burn answer ardeo, ardere, arsi question it happens answer accidit, accidere, accidit question I strike answer ferio, ferire question I arrive answer pervenio, pervenire, perveni question surely not answer num? question enough answer satis question in front of answer pro question cause answer causa, -ae, f question sword answer gladius, -i, m question […]

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CC Challenge A Henle Latin Grammar Rules

question *1. The Alphabet* answer *The Alphabet.* The Latin Alphabet has no *w* or *y*; otherwise it is the same as the English. question *2. Pronunciation: Long/Short Vowels* answer *Pronunciation.* The Latin letters are pronounced as follows: Vowels: Long ____Vowels: Short *ā* as in father; ___*a* as in facility; *ē* as in they; ____*e* as […]

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latin test

question urbs answer urbis, f., city question regina answer reginae, f., queen question laetus answer laeta, laetum, happy question defessus, answer defessa, defessum, tired question magnus, answer magna, magnum, big/great question altus answer atla, altum, high/ deep question multus answer multa, multum, much/ many question carus answer cara, carum, dear question superbus answer superba, superbum, […]

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Stories – Latin

question Chapter 26 answer When Quintus saw the crowd of people standing in front of the theatre of Pompey, he wanted to know the reason for such a large gathering. And so he wormed his way through the crowd to the front rank, from where he could see everything. Very many senators and other distinguished […]

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Henle Latin 1 Verbs: Final Personal Signs and Tense Signs

question —– answer 1st person singular question -s answer 2nd person singular question -t answer 3rd person singular question -mus answer 1st person plural question -tis answer 2nd person plural question -nt answer 3rd person plural question -ba- answer imperfect tense (going on in the past) question -bi- answer future tense in the 1st and […]

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First Form Latin lesson XX Unit 3 Review Grammar

question conjugations, declensions answer Verb families are called _________________ and noun families are called _________________. question personal & tense, case answer Verbs have _________________ endings and nouns have _________________. question five, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th answer How many declensions are there? Name them. question declension, gender, number, case answer Give the four attributes of […]

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Cambridge Latin Stage 18 Vocab

question audeō, audēre answer to dare question caput, capitis, n. answer head question coepī answer I began question cognōscō, cognōscere, cognōvī answer to get to know, find out question cōnsistō, cōnsistere, cōnstitī answer to stand one’s ground, stand firm question dea, deae, f. answer goddess question dēmōnstrō, dēmōnstrāre, dēmōnstrāvī answer to point out, show question […]

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Stage 26 Latin Verbs

question accuso, accusare, accusavī, accusatus answer to accuse question aufero, auferre, abstuli, ablatus answer to take away, steal question colligo, colligere, collegī, collectus answer to gather, collect question doceo, docerer, docuī, doctus answer to teach question instruo, instruere, instruxi, instructus answer to draw up question occupo, occupare, occupavī, occupatus answer to seize, take over question […]

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Latin 2.11 Imperfect tense verbs

question 1st principle part Latin verbs (1st person singular present tense) answer ex: amo= I love question 2nd principle part Latin verbs (Infinitive) answer ex: amare= to love question 3rd principle part Latin verbs (1st person singular perfect tense) answer ex: amavi= I have loved question 4th principle part Latin verbs (Perfect passive participle) answer […]

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All Latin Roots

question dic, dict (Latin) answer to say ex. dictation, predict, diction question nounce, nunci (Latin) answer to announce ex. announcer, announce, pronounce, pronounciation question voc (Latin) answer to call ex. vocal, vocalist, vowel question spec, spect, spic (Latin) answer to look, to see ex. spectator, especially, suspicious, suspect question sign (Latin) answer sign, mark ex. […]

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Henle Latin Grammar Rules 1-44, CC Challenge A – for class

question *14. Nouns have… ( things, plus translation) * answer Nouns have gender, number, case, and declension. question *15. Nouns: Gender types* answer There are three genders in Latin: masculine, feminine, neuter. question *16. Nouns: masculine. All nouns meaning…* answer All nouns meaning individual male persons are masculine question *17. Nouns: feminine. All nouns meaning…* […]

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