QUESTION 1
Translate the second paragraph of the passage into English. You may be asked questions on the context of the entire passage. Notes and vocabulary are below.
TRANSLATE beginning below.
“O care iuvenis,” dicunt, “quis nostrum tua sententia bellissima est? Magnum donum tibi parabitur ab
ea dea quam eliges.” Quem Paris eliget? Quo dono animus iudicis movebitur? Iuno eum regem,
Minerva ducem facere potest. Venus autem ei Helenam, bellissimam omnium feminarum, dare potest.
Paris amore victus est et Veneri malum aureum dedit. Itaque Helena capta est et ad novum locum,
Troiam, ab Paride ducta est. Quod bellum gerebatur propter istam feminam?
QUESTION 2
How would you identify the word dea in this sentence: Magnum donum tibi parabitur ab ea dea quam eliges
ablative of means
ablative of agent
ablative of place where
ablative object of a preposition
QUESTION 3
Whom does the word ei refer in this sentence: Venus autem ei Helenam, bellissimam omnium
feminarum, dare potest.
Venus
Helen
Paris
Juno
Minerva
QUESTION 4
What is the case and function of ei in this sentence: Venus autem ei Helenam, bellissimam omnium
feminarum, dare potest.
ablative of agent
dative indirect object
dative of special verb
ablative of means
none of the above
QUESTION 5
What ultimately sways Paris?
the thought of possessing a beautiful woman
glory in war
kingship over a vast area
the most beautiful kingdom in the world
QUESTION 6 How would you answer the question posed by the passage?
Parthian War
Punic War
Civil War
Trojan War
Slave Revolts
QUESTION 7
In the sentence, “Itaque Helena capta est et ad novum locum, Troiam, ab Paride ducta est,” are the verbs active or passive?
active
passive
one of each
neither
QUESTION 8
Write in Latin two instances of the “ablative of” agent from anywhere in the story.
QUESTION 9
Write in Latin two instances of the “ablative of” means from anywhere in the story.
QUESTION 10 Change the following verb from active to passive or vice versa, retaining all other attributes of the verb:
capis.
capitis
capiris
caperis
capitur
none of the above
QUESTION 11
Change the following verb from active to passive or vice versa, retaining all other attributes of the verb:
monebamur.
monebimur
monebatur
monebantur
monebatis
none of the above
QUESTION 12
Change the following verb from active to passive or vice versa, retaining all other attributes of the verb:
laudati erunt.
laudaverunt
laudaverint
laudaverant
laudaveruntur
none of the above
QUESTION 13
Change the following verb from active to passive or vice versa, retaining all other attributes of the verb:
ageris.
agis
ages
agiris
either a or b
none of the above
QUESTION 14
Choose the best translation for the form: laudatur.
he is being praised
she is praised
it is praised
it is being praised
all of the above
QUESTION 16
Choose the best Latin form for the phrase: “we will have been praised.”
laudaverimur
laudaverimus
laudati erimus
laudatae eramus
none of the above
QUESTION 16
Compose the following into Latin: “The good man had been praised by that woman.”
QUESTION 17
Compose the following into Latin: “We used to be praised with good words (verbum, verbi n.) by these men.”
 
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