The door was open. He cannot see the Trojans but he hears them rowing. 4. Balme M. & Morwood J. 1. faciunt; paramus What are you doing, girls? 2. The article is also a type of extension. Maurice Balme and James Morwood. Translate the cartoon captions of p. 67 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). Translate the passage on p.48 (Balme & Morwood, 1996): Marcus takes Quintus to the baths. navis iam a terra abit; in illa nave navigare non potes (potestis). 1. Search. At last he dismisses the children; they happily hurry home from school. We all worked in the field for a long time. He, deeply moved, says, “I do not spurn your love, nor am I preparing to go away without a word. 4. Translate the caption to the picture on p.73 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). Translate the passage on p. 54 (Balme & Morwood, 1996): Caesar’s triumphs. Oxford Latin - Translations / Answers Translations of texts and answers to questions from the Oxford Latin Course, by Maurice Balme & James Morwood. 2. Then Quintus lay down under a tree and was soon asleep. (1) Latin does not express “his”, “her”, etc. 2. 9. You must take Quintus to Rome; Horatia and I can stay here and live frugally.” They decided to sell half the field; half Scintilla and Horatia could cultivate. Orbilius gave Quintus a book and told him to read many verses. Date of revision 2012. (1) Two past tenses (imperfect and perfect) appear in the captions. I am a Greek, a comrade of Odysseus. 6. duxit; vocavit. Scintilla praised her daughter: “You are a girl of the greatest courage, Horatia, and worthy of the highest praise.”. Number implies the singular or plural form of the noun. Romae septem annos manserunt; deinde Flaccus domum redire constituit. (4) When the ablative of the personal pronoun is used with cum it is attached to the pronoun, e.g. A. he is a worthy candidate, a protector of your farmers. 2. (1) The nominative and accusative plural of the third declen­sion are identical. 3. But when they approach Sicily, they scarcely avoid a great danger; for they see the rocks where Scylla lives, a horrible monster, and they hear the tremendous sound of the whirlpool where Charybdis spews up the waves. (perfect stems, meanings of the perfect, conjugate the verbs given on p. 117 in the perfect tense active, and translate these forms when used in a sentence, give the perfect stem of all verbs on p. 117, translate all numerals on pp. he/she departed, to be away, he/she was weeping, he/she left, he/she is entering, we studied, he/she, entered, you broke, we did, you had shut, he is leaving. On the walls of the temple are many pictures; when Aeneas looksat the pictures, he is astonished; for the pictures depict the Trojan war. 8. 5. Quintus went off alone to the changing room. From time to time one of the boys turned round and turned up his nose disdainfully. Do not fear. 1. When they arrived at the Circus, there was a huge crowd there; many thousands of citizens, men, women and children, weregathering at the gates. The boys/children sit and listen to the master; he teaches letters. The mother and father love Quintus. Roma est urbs magna ________ in Italia est. 5. Father and son are returning home from the field with the dog. For ten years the Greeks besiege Troy but cannot capture the city. 4. ecce! Scintilla says, “Get ready, children. They are hurrying to board their ships when they see a man who is running to the shore. 2. Report this file. “don’t wake the whole city with such loud shouts; come in quickly.”. (2) If the action of the dum clause goes on throughout the action of the main clause, the imperfect is used in both clauses. The praetor rose from his chair and gave the signal. But when he opened the cupboard, there was nothing in it; someone had stolen his clothes. 4. The king gives him back the arms. 9. omnia cognoverunt: they learnt everything. 1. Translate the passage on p.31 (Balme & Morwood, 1996): Market day. Quintus had not looked at everything, but his father led him out of the forum. 7.7 The sound (of a big riots) frightened the people. He calls the Trojans; he runs up to them and says “Save me, I beseech you. Dido magnam cenam dat Troianis principibusque Carthaginis. (2) Note that in the English sentence: “Scintilla tells her daughter a story”, “her daughter” looks superficially like the direct object. While Psyche is asleep, Cupid lifts her through the air. dormio, 2.5 The Romans ruled over many nations. He said, “Be quiet, boys. These may be only one word, a phrase, or a whole sentence with its own main clause components. 7. omnibus comitibus. Gaius per viam festinabat; forum transiit et ad Quintum accessit. 1. The enemy are surrounding us; we refuse to stay here; we must break out of the camp. Soon they came to a clothes shop; Flaccus bought Quintus a toga with a purple border and a white tunic; Quintus, who had never had such splendid clothes, thanked his father. The function of the words in the sentence is determined by their position in the series. The sailors turn the ship towards the shore. (5), 7.4 She fights with the brave companion. 2. She summons Cupid and says, “Dear son, you can rouse love in human hearts. The course is in three parts, each with an accompanying Teacher's Book. 4. Soon Quintus says, “Father, please (if you will) tell us a story.” He answers, “What story do you want to hear, Quintus?” Quintus says, “Tell me the story about Cincinnatus, father.” He replied, “You’ve already heard that story often, Quintus, but if you want to hear it again, I am willing to tell it.”. At once the horses flew out of the starting cages. Grammatical explanations are found in the back of the prescribed book (Balme & Morwood, 1996:108ff). 3. 2. de monte alto The next day they see Polyphemus; he is descending from a high mountain. “You, Decimus, must write the letters again.” And so Decimus sits miserably in school while the rest are playing in the road. But Dido has learnt all; she summons Aeneas and “Traitor” she says, “are you preparing to leave my land without a word (silent)? The girls see the boys. 1. Scintilla tells a story; her daughter is happy. They were walking home, when Horatia slipped and fell to the ground. Troianorum Few of the Trojans are fighting bravely. When his friends saw Quintus, they called him in a loud voice. 4. Marcus led Quintus into the hall. Translate the cartoon captions on p.31 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). 4. 10. 3. 1. iuvare The boys want to help the girls. (4) The instrumental ablative and ablative of manner can mostly be translated with “by, with or from” while the ablative of quality can best be translated with “of.” In stead of the ablative of quality latin sometimes uses the genitive, e.g. Sg. Quintus and Marcus could scarcely get in; at last they found empty places and sat down. Few escape. Scintilla cenam pueris parat; deinde fabulam eis narrat. )/Translate the following sentences into English and give the grammatical description of the underlined words (e.g. Flaccus Quintum ad ludum Orbilii duxit. 1. quid facis, Quinte? Go now, search for a beautiful girl called Psyche. “Look!” she says, “dinner is ready.” The girl is glad; she hurries to the table and eats greedily. He was a boy of the greatest industry and enjoyed his studies. 3. viator navem invitus conscendit ubi ad apertum mare advenerunt, maxime/valde timebat. 12-13 Page 7–Grammar and vocabulary, Chaps. (4) English sometimes uses adverbs where an adjective is more logically correct, e.g. On that very day (on that day itself) Dido learns this (these things). Translate the passage on pp. 2. 6. se They get up reluctantly and exercise (themselves). The sufferings of the Trojans are known to all.”, While he is looking at the temple, behold. Latin Book 1 Answers Item Preview > remove-circle Share or Embed This Item ... Latin course for schools part 1 L A Wilding (KEY) Addeddate 2014-04-05 11:03:56 Identifier ... PDF WITH TEXT download. He is busy. 5. 4. Cincinnatus leads the army against the enemy; he defeats the enemy in battle and saves both the consul himself and his legions. Elections (Bal me and Morwood, 1996 : 10-11), Grammar: Verbs: perfect cont. Scintilla calls her daughter. Register. iubeo. The Romans commemorate Cloelia’s courage by an outstanding honour; for in the Sacred Way they set up a statue of her sitting on horseback. cur tam sero venisti?”. 3. quid facis, Horatia? A few days later Marcus led Quintus from the forum to the Circus Maximus. The Trojans are sleeping. 4. for three hours = tres horas (accusative, because duration of time is expressed), In the fourth hour = quarta hora (ablative, because a point in time or “time when” is expressed). Quintus eum salutavit et “tres horas” inquit “te expectavi. 2. While Scintilla and Horatia waited anxiously at Venusia, Quintus and his father had now marched for nine days towards Rome; they had crossed mountains and rivers; the journey had been long and difficult. Aeneas is terrified. But if you want to learn, hear the last sufferings of Troy.”. A few days later Quintus was walking to the school of Orbilius with his father; he had already reached the forum when he heard someone calling him. 1. Feel free to submit. Their meaning is intended to be self-evident and you should be able to read and understand them straight away with the help of the pictures. Balme and Morwood, 1996: 134 and 135, and the vocabulary on p.81. The elections were now here. 1. (2) praetor: the praetor is the magistrate who is giving the games at his own expense. Enter, and dine.” Psyche in extremely astonished but enters the diningroom and sees dinner ready. 3. diligenter Work hard, boys; the master is watching us. 2. 61- 62 (Balme & Morwood, 1996): Polyphemus. “Son,” she said, “why have you returned so late? The father gives his son a dog. Cultural topic: The games (theatre, gladiators and races), give the perfect stem of all verbs used in chapter 22 of your prescribed book, translate the ablative case (all declensions) according to any of the meanings given in chapter 22 of your prescribed book, give the meaning of all Latin words used in chapter 22 of your prescribed book, discuss briefly the Roman theatre, gladiatorial shows and races. 5. Spring was approaching when Flaccus said to his wife, “Now we have enough money. Quintus runs home and tells his mother everything. The praetor rose from his chair and gave the signal. Then I hurried home.”, 10. But Flaccus didn’t listen to his friends. 7. He tells his wife to bring out his toga and hurries to the senate. Achilles runs up and does a terrible deed. 1. Horatia is sitting in the garden. Patroclus, a dear friend, goes to Achilles and says, “Now the Trojans are burning our ships; you must cease from your anger and help your friends. At last they were walking in the Sacred Way and had soon come to the forum. Soon the triumphal procession was approaching. In this four-volume North American edition, the order of declensions corresponds to customary U.S. usage, and the spelling has been Americanized. Ancient languages like Greek, Latin and the Semitic languages are ‘inflected’. 2. (4) It is a good idea to bracket off all subordinate clauses, and then to translate main and sub-clauses separately, e.g. 9. pueri puellas vident.The boys see the girls. And so he left Carthage and led his comrades to Puteoli. The praetor is giving magnificent games to the people.” Quintus, who had never seen the Circus games, was willing to obey Marcus, but his father was cautious; “There are lots of criminals at such games. 8. manebant; reduxit. have the same form and in the plural these cases end in -a in all declensions. give the perfect stem of all verbs used in chapter 20 of your prescribed book, decline all nouns belonging to the 4th declension and translate them when used in context, give the meaning of all Latin words used in chapter 20 of your prescribed book, explain the relations between Rome and Greece during the 1st century B.C. He (Patroclus) puts on the arms of Achilles and leads his comrades into battle. 2. in via; in casam The girls are playing in the road; Scintilla calls them into the house. 114-115. In his metamorphosed form Lucius was captured by thieves and endured many sufferings. Scintilla calls her daughter and tells a story. 2. qui Bravely resist the Greeks who are attacking the city. For example Romulus, Rome, Athens, person, dog, salt, iron, swarm, team, courage. In order to understand the language system of ancient languages the student has to know what is meant by parts of speech or word classes, the function of words in a specific sentence, syntax and the linguistic concept of inflection. Search *COVID-19 Stats & Updates* *Disclaimer: This website is not related to us. 4. narrat. Porsinna frees the rest of the women. 3. If you want to hear a story, be quiet and listen to me. : vincit = he conquers, vicit = he conquered. Mother and daughter hurry to the field with Argus. 6. agro. 3. For a long time the children sit and listen to the master; for a long time the master shouts and teaches letters. 8. Balme and Morwood, 1996:117 to 119, and the vocabulary on p.13. 4. It is also unacceptable to do somebody else’s work, to lend your work to them or to make your work available to them to copy – be careful and do not make your work available to anyone! 2. The Trojans sail to the shore of Sicily. (4) Prepositions are omitted not only with the names of towns, small islands and domus, but also with rus (= the country) and humus (= the ground). You must return to battle and defend your comrades.” But he does not listen to his friends nor does he cease from his anger. They prepare a great army and many ships. Flaccus is anxious and runs to him, but Quintus is not hurt; he gets up and returns home. 4. Balme & Morwood, 1996: 130, 131 and the vocabulary on p. 54. 4. fessam. 117 and 118 when used in a sentence, give all the possible translations of the perfect tense, discuss the Roman constitution and different classes amongst the people in the time of the Republic, in broad outlines. Covering a variety of topics–from history to food, from slavery to travel, these engaging essays present a well-rounded picture of Augustan Rome. Next Orbilius handed him a book and told him to read; Quintus took the book in his hands and read it easily. 5. At first Quintus was very miserable. (1) olivas: Latin uses the same word for both the tree and the fruit. The father tells his son to help him. 1. fortiter Fight bravely, friends, and take the city. He doesn’t care for the Roman people; he wants nothing except to increase his own glory. 4 Horatia is a Roman girl; she is dining in the house. Translate the passage on p. 88 (Balme and Morwood, 1996): Parilia. Do exercises 5.1, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5, 5.6 and 5.7 on pp115-117 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). By continuing to use Pastebin, you agree to our use of cookies as described in the. The next day while Horatia is sitting in the garden with her mother, she says this: “Mother dear, Cincinnatus was a brave man and good. As soon as (when first) they let him go, off he goes and rolls in the mud again. For nine days we walked; on the tenth we entered the city. Study section 2.1 Chapter 7: (Oxford Latin Course) 31, Study section 2.2 Chapter 8: (Oxford Latin Course) 35, Study section 2.3 Chapter 9: (Oxford Latin Course) 40, Study section 2.4 Chapter 10: (Oxford Latin Course) 44, Study section 2.5 Chapter 11: (Oxford Latin Course) 49, Study section 2.6 Chapter 12: (Oxford Latin Course) 53, form the nominative, vocative, accusative and ablative cases of all Latin nouns belonging to the 3rd declension and translate these noun forms according to their function in a sentence, form the genitive case of all nouns belonging to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd declensions, and translate these noun forms according to their function in the sentence, understand the concept of neuter nouns and translate neuter nouns of the 2nd and 3rd declension in context, form the dative case of all nouns belonging to the 1st, 2nd and 3rd declensions and translate these noun forms according to their function in a sentence, recognise adjectives of the third declension when used in a Latin sentence and translate them in context, recognise and translate neuter adjectives, conjugate the irregular verbs possum and eo in the present tense and translate the forms into English, form and translate the imperative of all regular Latin verbs and the irregular verb est, understand the concept of “compound verbs” and deduce the meaning of such verbs, recognise all verbs which are followed by the dative case, give all possible translations of the verb est when used in a sentence, translate the most frequently used Latin prepositions and know by which case they are followed, to recognise and translate the conjunction -que, deduce the meaning of adverbs formed from adjectives, and translate the other most frequently used Latin adverbs in context, give the meaning of all Latin verbs indicated in the List of contents of Study Sections 1.7 to 1.12. give a cursory survey of the aspects of classical culture and history indicated in the List of contents of Study Sections 1.7 to 1.12. Quintus, a boy of great industry, was reading a book. 2. At last we were tired; we decided to return home. So they scarcely escape from the danger unharmed. This second edition of the Oxford Latin Course combines features of both modern and traditional methods of Latin teaching, from first stages to GCSE. Completely revised and restructured in the light of a nationwide survey of Classics teachers, it seeks to provide a stimulating approach to Latin based on the reading of original texts. He said, “Look, boys! (3) fero is highly irregular and extremely common; it should be carefully learnt. 4. 2. puer sex annorum = a boy six years old; fossa quindecim pedum = a. Balme & Morwood, 1996: 128 and 129 and the vocabulary on p.48. They sail to the city (of) Troy and attack the Trojans. 3. ubi ad ludum accesserunt, magister prope ianuam stabat. 2. erant; currebant. Quintus loves his mother, father, and dog. 5. Parts of speech are arranged in series with other words to form sentences. 6. 3. Flaccus carried Quintus’ satchel in his hands and played the part of a tutor. 1. in agro mane, Scintilla, meque iuva, sed Horatiam domum remitte. Oxford Latin Course: Part II: Student's Book. 6. (2) malo: this verb is an abbreviated form of magis volo (I wish more), just as nolo is abbreviated from ne-volo. The girl greeted the dog happily but “Argus,” she said, “why did you go away from home? Marcus led Quintus home; he found his father in the study. C Translate the following expressions of time into Latin: Eg. How did he get himself those riches? Flee, unhappy men, flee. absum, abesse, afui (+abl) i am away from. He is sad; this year my sister, Tullia, her father’s darling, died. Quintus, go to the corner and learn your Greek letters.” And so Quintus sat in the corner of the schoolroom and studied Greek letters. 4. puellae fessae sunt. “I am anxious,” she said; “I have waited for my son for three hours, but he has not returned home.”. 8. emerunt; erant. 10-11 Page 6–Grammar and vocabulary, Chaps. Horatia prepares herself/gets ready for dinner. The genitive is the second form found in the vocabulary list. The Romans cannot import corn into the city; the citizens are starving but they bravely rcsist and refuse to surrender on any terms. 4. 4. Do you want to come home with me and visit my father?”. 1. miseri; laetae Why are you miserable, boys? 4. The endings look different because “urbs, urbis f.” is a noun of the 3rd declension while “magnus magna” is a 1st and 2nd declension adjective.). 3. hae fabulae Flacco ipsi placent, qui eas bene narrat. The boys are exercising the dog in the road. The Romans hand Cloelia over to Porsinna, who returns to the camp of’ the enemy. We must appoint him dictator. DOWNLOAD PDF . Horatia leads Argus out of the garden and runs back to her mother. When Scintilla sees her daughter, she comes out of the house and greets her. I’m introducing a new pupil to you; his name is Quintus Horatius Flaccus.”. 8. excitavi; habeo. But they bought nothing; for they were poor. At last Jupiter ordered him to sail to Italy. Please use this site in discretion. Translate the cartoon captions on p. 13 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). Scintilla says, “Argus is extremely dirty; you must wash him.”, 3. (Please check our language level … The other Cyclopes hear the shout and run down from the mountains to the shore. The teacher says, “Hello.” Part II Nouns 7. In front was the Capitoline Mount, where the huge temple of Jupiter stood. Flaccus eum salutavit et ‘meum filium. I will mark a source if I did not translate it. Cicero had always tried to defend the republic but had now almost given up hope. 3. It 4. manere; ludere We want to stay in the road and play. The next day Flaccus and Scintilla get up early; for it is market day. When Quintus and Horatia return from school and Flaccus from the field, they all rest. 2. Twelve chariots stood in the starting cages ready for the first race. Hurry, Horatia; we are going to the spring late. 7. patrem. 1. Quintus collected firewood and lit a fire. Flaccus calls Argus; he (Argus) does not hear him (Flaccus); for he is asleep. The mother helps her tired daughter. 5. 1. matris. 2. The boy calls Argus but Argus does not hear; for he is sleeping. 8. Psyche, quae sola sedet, tristis est. Grammar: Pronoun: demonstrative, personal and reflective pronoun, After completing this study section you should be able to, give the meaning of all Latin words in chapter 14, give in broad outlines the most important facts about Roman religion. Quintus amicos, (qui prope ludum ludunt) vocat. Oxford: Oxford University Press (Part I and Part II). The role of women in the Roman home and society (Balme & Morwood, 1996:15-17), Grammar: Verbs: 3rd person singular, all conjugations, Nouns and adjectives: nominative and accusative, translate the third person singular of Latin verbs of all conjugations in the present tense, active, translate simple Latin sentences in which second declension nouns are used, give the meaning of all Latin words used in chapter 3, give a cursory survey of the role slaves and freedmen played in Roman society. The master says: “You must work.”. 1. ludum; amicis. He takes his bow and arrows and flies to earth. 2. 7. occurrerunt; vendebant. Do Exercise 21.1, 21.2, 21.3, and 21.4 on p.126 and 127 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). 123 to 125 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). Horatia and Quintus greet their friends. The study units are divided into six study sections each corresponding with a chapter from Oxford Latin course. Then the whole sentence consists of a main clause and its clause(s), and it forms a complex sentence. Indicate the subject (S), object (O) and predicate (P) in each of the following sentences. The boy is carrying the dogs’ dinners. E 17. He returns to battle and leads his comrades against the Trojans. Translate the cartoon captions on p.17 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). Oddysseus and the Cyclops (Balme & Morwood, 1996:65-66). 5. vidit; erat. 6. ubi confecta est cena, Aeneae “narra nobis” inquit “omnes labores Troianorum.”, Dido, queen of Carthage (Balme & Morwood, 1996: 71-72), Verbs: est (other translations), imperative, give more than one translation for the Latin verb sum, translate the imperative form of the Latin verb sum, tell the story of the founding of Rome as represented by Virgil and Livy. Quintus leads his dog into the field and greets his father. One of these, a maiden called Cloelia, decides to escape from the hands of the enemy. We can spend the night in that wood.” Flaccus led Quintus into the wood. The friends are walking to school slowly. Translate the passage on p. 8 (Balme and Morwood, 1996): Comitia. (1) You have now learnt all the declensions. Psyche, who longs to see the face of her husband, prepares a lamp. I am not making for Italy of my own will.” Then indeed Dido’s anger flares up: “I don’t keep you back. In expressions of number and measurement the genitive is always used, e.g. Horatia goes into the garden; Scintilla calls her back. The only common feminine noun is manus. Orbilius had a long beard and a severe expression. Father Anchises shouts in a loud voice: “Flee; rescue the ships from danger; for in those rocks lives Scylla.”. From time to time a boy turned round and turned up his nose disdainfully. But Hector avoids the spear. Part I and part II reprinted with corrections 1989. Powered by Peter Anderson. 8. terra. He orders all the princes to assemble and says, “For ten years now we have been besieging Troy; we often conquer the Trojans in battle but we cannottake the city. 4. 127 and 128 (Balme & Morwood, 1996). At last they attack the palace of Priam; they kill Priam and his sons. (2) nolo means “I don’t wish, I am unwilling” and often has the stronger sense of “I refuse”. 4. When he sees the children, he calls them into the school. 5. audivit; dormiebat; erat He did not hear his daughter; he was sleeping under a tree; for he was tired. At length Scintilla said, “We must sell the field. 3. 1. 1. To comfort her the old woman told the story of Cupid and Psyche. Don’t you want to come with me? 3rd pers. Translate the passage on p.74: Infelix Dido, 3. And so the fathers send messengers to Cincinnatus. Soon Scintilla returns and comes into the house. Terentius said, “Don’t worry (yourself); without doubt Argus has now returned home.”. 2. haec navis optima est; non potes meliorem navem in toto portu invenire. 3. ), they). 8. Product . The Greeks make a horse, just as Odysseus orders them; so the Greeks at last capture Troy. The Romans commemorate Cloelia’s courage with an outstanding honour, for they set up a statue of her at the top of the Sacred Way sitting on horseback. who is standing near Quintus, says, “Look! At the third hour they said goodbye to Scintilla and Horatia and started on the journey. (2+2), 4.4 Hector (around the walls) currit. What should we do? They lashed their horses and made for the turning post. 3. Horatia listens to the story happily. 2. All remain silent, while the priest pours wine on the ground and prays to Pales: “Kindly Pales,” he says, “we beseech you; keep safe the flocks, look after the lambs; keep off diseases.” All sing a sacred song. The rest have fled. 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