First Form Latin lesson XX Unit 3 Review Grammar

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conjugations, declensions
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Verb families are called _________________ and noun families are called _________________.
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personal & tense, case
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Verbs have _________________ endings and nouns have _________________.
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five, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th
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How many declensions are there? Name them.
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declension, gender, number, case
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Give the four attributes of a Latin noun.
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masculine, feminine, neuter
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Give the three grammar genders.
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singular, plural
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Give the two grammar numbers.
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nominative
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The subject case is _________________.
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accusative
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The direct object case is _________________.
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genitive
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The possessive case is _________________.
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ablative
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The in/by/with/from case is _________________.
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genitive
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The ‘of’ case is _________________.
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dative
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The to/for case is _________________.
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nominative
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The predicate nominative case is _________________.
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nominative
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The predicate adjective case is _________________.
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cardinal, ordinal
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_________________ numbers are counting numbers and _________________ numbers show the order of things.
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a, an, the
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Latin does not have the English articles _________________, _________________, and _________________.
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land, a land, the land
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Give three translations for the word ‘terra’.
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stem
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The part of the word that doesn’t change is the _________________.
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stems, endings
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Latin is a language of _________________ and _________________.
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ae
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If the genitive singular ends in _________________ the noun is 1st declension.
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i
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If the genitive singular ends in _________________ the nouns is 2nd declension.
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nauta, agrĂ­cola, poeta
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The three common exceptions to the 1st declension gender rule are _________________, _________________, and _________________.
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Nominative and accusative case endings are identical. Nominative and accusative plural case ending is -a.
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Give the two parts of the neuter rule.
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person, number
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A verb agrees with its subject in _________________ and _________________.
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gender, number, case
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An adjective agrees with its noun in _________________, _________________, and _________________.
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predicate adjective
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A _________________ follows a linking verb and describes the subject.
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predicate nominative
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A _________________ follows a linking verb and renames the subject.
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gender, number, case, declension
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An adjective agrees with its noun in _________________, _________________, and _________________ but not _________________.
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penult, antepenult
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Latin words are accented on the _________________ unless the _________________ is marked.
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natural
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Nouns that name male and female persons have _________________ gender.
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grammatical
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Nouns that name non-living things have _________________ gender.
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feminine
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First declension nouns are usually _________________.
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masculine
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Second declension us nouns are usually _________________ in gender.
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neuter
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Second declension um nouns are always _________________ in gender.
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us, masculine; um, neuter
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Name the two subgroups of the 2nd declension, with their genders.
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genitive singular
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The declension a noun belongs to is determined by the _________________ _________________ case.
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drop the genitive singular ending
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How do you find the stem of a Latin noun?
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a word that modifies/describes a noun or pronoun
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Define adjective.
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quantity, size, quality
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Usually an adjective of _________________ or _________________ precedes a noun, and an adjective of _________________ follows the noun.
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adjectives
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Both cardinal and ordinal numbers are what part of speech?
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subject, predicate
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A sentence has two main parts: the _________________ and the _________________.
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i, e, ae, oe
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Always in Latin and usually in English, ‘c’ is soft before _____, _____, _____, and_____.
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a, o, u, consonants
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Always in Latin and usually in English, ‘c’ is hard before _____, _____, _____, and _______________.

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