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January 31 - February 3

TimeJan. 26, 2012

from:Abbott, Natalie

to:Latin 3-6

Tuesday, January 31:
HOMEWORK:  Allow each student to pick a sentence from C to construct. “The master” will be the subject in every sentence, the person will be the indirect object, and the “thing” will be the direct object.  Students must email their sentence to (nabbott@schillingschool.org) by WEDNESDAY night. 
MAKE SURE THE VERB IS IN THE FUTURE TENSE!!
 

Ex.  1. beata puella / antiqua pupa
The sentence would have to say, “the master will give an old doll to the happy girl.” 

ANSWER:  dominus beatae puellae antiquam pupam donabit.


Wednesday, February 1:
HOMEWORK: 
Decline (put in all cases & numbers) the noun and adjective pair for “the grateful farmer.”  FARMER IS A PAIN NOUN!

Thursday, February 2:
HOMEWORK:
  Put the nouns on p. 61 in both the accusative singular & plural.  Email the answers to nabbott@schillingschool.org by Friday, February 3. 

Friday, February 3:
HOMEWORK:
  Due in class on Tuesday – Lesson VIII crossword.