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tempus : temporibus :: lupis :
a. lupos
b. lupo
c. lupum
d. lupis
d. lupis
She is a good Latin student. What part of speech is Latin in this sentence?
a. noun
b. preposition
c. adjective
d. adverb
c. adjective
Verbs such as laborat, ridet, discedit, or dormit, which take no direct object are said to be
a. impersonal
b. intransitive
c. subjective
d. deponent
b. intransitive
Cur? wants to know...
a. When?
b. Why?
c. Who?
d. How?
b. Why?
The best meaning of the Latin word quoque is
a. each
b. and who
c. everywhere
d. also
d. also
The question Quid tu agis? asks
a. How old are you?
b. Who are you?
c. What are you doing?
d. Where are you goin?
c. What are you doing?
Which of the following words is not related in meaning to the others?
a. narrat
b. clamat
c. inquit
d. portat
d. portat
The accusative case is used for
a. direct objects
b. indirect objects
c. prossession
d. subjects
a. direct objects
The tense indicator letters -ba- canNOT mean
a. has verbed
b. was verbing
c. verbed
d. used to verb
a. has verbed
The best meaning for etc., et cetera is...
a. and so on. b. and more
c. and other
d. and all the rest
d. and all the rest
TRAHUNTNE EQUI raedam?
a. Why do the horses pull
b. Do they pull the horses
c. Are the horses pulling
d. How do the horses pull
c. Are the horses pulling
Tace, Flavia! ? servos!
a. Nolite excitare
b. Non excita
c. Noli excitare
d. Non excitate
c. Noli excitare
YOU ARE brave, boys!
a. estis
b. sumus
c. est
d. sunt
a. estis
The girls tell a very scary story about a wolf to the boys. Which word would not be declined when translated into Latin?
a. scary
b. wolf
c. boys
d. very
d. very
Marcus : Marce :: Cornelia:
a. Corneliae
b. Corneliam
c. Corneliarum
d. Cornelia
d. Cornelia
The English words a, an, and the are called
a. modifiers
b. articles
c. participles
d. adjectives
b. articles
arbor : arbores :: equus :
a. equi
b. equos
c. equorum
d. both a & b
d. both a & b
Pater meus ? videbant. (the messenger)
a. nuntii
b. nuntiorum
c. nuntios
d. nuntium
a. nuntii
OK, now tell this test "Good-bye!"
a. Salve!
b. Veni!
c. Vide!
d. Vale!
d. Vale!
Geta, noli cistas ? iacere. (out of the carriage)
a. ex raeda
b. ex raedam
c. ex raedis
d. raeda
a. ex raeda
Her mother is beautiful. Mater eius est ?.
a. pulcher
b. pulchran
c. pulchra
d. pulchrius
c. pulchra
The girls tell a very scary story about a wolf to the boys. Which word would be translated 'de' in the Latin version of this sentence?
a. the
b. about
c. a
d. to
b. about
Ager, agri belongs in what declension?
a. 1st
b. 2nd
c. 3rd
d. 4th
b. 2nd
How many conjugations of verbs does Latin have?
a. one
b. two
c. three
d. four
d. four
The girls tell a very scary story about a wolf to the boys. Which two words would be translated in the same case?
a. very, scary
b. story, wolf
c. scary, story
d. boys, wolf
c. scary, story
What can over 95% of the delegates to this convention say truthfully about their mother?
a. intrat
b. abest
c. pingit
d. stertit
b. abest
The girls tell a very scary story about a wolf to the boys. Which word would be translated in the nominative?
a. girls
b. boys
c. wolf
d. story
a. girls
You can always determine which declension a Latin noun belongs to by the:
a. nom. sing. ending
b. nom. sing. base
c. gen. sing. ending
d. acc. sing. ending
c. gen. sing. ending
Vir ad urbem venit QUOD ludos in Colosseo videre vult.
a. because
b. and
c. bult
d. or
a. because
Hoc examen none est ?.
a. difficile
b. difficilis
c. difficilium
d. difficilem
b. difficile
The grammatical term for giving an order is
a. indicative
b. imperative
c. locative
d. infinitive
b. imperative
The Latin case name "dative" gets its name from the Latin word mening "to..."
a. show
b. say
c. give
d. date
a. show
From its Latin root, you know that a video is something that you
a. listen to
b. plug in
c. buy
d. watch
d. watch
Words in the nominative case can be
a. Direct objects
b. subjects
c. predicate nouns
d. both b & c
d. both b & c
What are the case and number of villam?
a. ablative, plural
b. ablative, sing.
c. accusative, sing.
d. accusative, plural
c. accusative, sing.
Ducite, pueri, puellas ad villam.
a. Girls, lead the boys to the farmhouse.
b. The girls are being led to the farmhouse by the boys.
c. We boys are leading the girls to the farmhouse.
d. Boys, lead the girls to the farmhouse.
d. Boys, lead the girls to the farmhouse.
She is a good Latin student. What is the predicate nominative (noun) in this sentence?
a. she
b. good
c. Latin
d. student
d. student
QUID est in agris?
a. What
b. Who
c. Why
d. How
a. What
If you know the full Latin for our everyday English abbreviation a.m., "in the morning," you also know that the Latin preposition ante takes what case?
a. accusative
b. ablative
c. vocative
d. dative
a. accusative
Almost all of Latin's accusative singular endings end in
a. -s
b. a vowel
c. -m
d. -a
c. -m
Which of the following is not 3rd declension?
a. arbor
b. pater
c. puer
d. tempis
c. puer
Liber tuus in mensa est. Ubi est liber tuus?
a. in your room
b. on your dest
c. in the library
d. outdoors
b. on your desk
Your pater is your
a. father
b. brother
c. patron
d. son
a. father
Pueri agricolas per agros ducebant.
a. The boys were leading the farmers through the fields.
b. The farmers were leading the boys through the fields.
c. The boy was leading the farmers through the fields.
d. The boy was leading the farmer through the firlds.
a. The boys were leading the farmers through the fields.
You are a real Roman, suddenly awakened after 2000 years in your school's Latin classroom. How weird! You gotta get out of there! The one sign familiar and helpful to you says
a. CAMPUS
b. JULIUS CAESAR
c. EXIT
d. AGENDA
c. EXIT
Which of the following words is not related in meaning to the others?
a. femina
b. agricola
c. puella
d. filia
b. agricola
Viri in the plural would be
a. viris
b. virorum
c. viros
d. viro
b. virorum
Of the following, which is not an ending for the ablative cae?
a. o
b. is
c. ae
d a
c. ae
When a verb ends in -o, the subject must be:
a. I
b. you, sing.
c. he
d. you, pl.
a. I
Which of the following words is Not derived form the Latin words in E Pluribus Unum?
a. unity
b. unusual
c. plural
d. nonplussed
a. unusually
silva : silvas :: hortus :
a. hortos
b. horto
c. hortis
d. horti
a. hortos
The plural of est is
a. sum
b. sumus
c. estis
d. sunt
d. sunt
What are the case and number of viris?
a. genitive, plural
b. ablative, sing.
c. accusative, sing.
d. accusative, plural
c. accusative, sing.
Which of the following words is not the same part of speech as the others?
a. sum
b. sto
c. amo
d. ego
d. ego
She is a good Latin student. What part of speech is she?
a. verb
b. preposition
c. adjective
d. pronoun
d. pronoun
In Latin a self respecting action verb belongs where?
a. at the beginning
b. between the subject and the direct object
c. wherever I feel like putting it
d. at the end of its clause
d. at the end of its clause
puella : puellarum :: pater :
a. patres
b. patrum
c. patrem
d. patribus
b. patrum
ES in magna urbe.
a. You are
b. He is
c. We are
d. They are
a. You are

When a person speaks in Latin about what he himself is doing, the verb ending will probably be
a. -o
b. -s
c. -t
d. -re
a. -o
Latin's genitive case usually can be translated by the word...
a. in
b. of
c. from
d. to
b. of
What is the difference in meaning between the Latin words me and meus?
a. "me" and "my"
b. "my" and "to me"
c. "mine" and "my"
d. "me" and "to me"
a. "me" and "my"
Cornelius epistulam ? legit. (emperor's)
a. princeps
b. principum
c. principis
d. principe
c. principis
Which of the following words is most similar in meaning to teneo, tenere?
a. timeo, timere
b. terro, terrere
c. habito, habitare
d. habeo, habere
d. habeo, habere
The girls tell a very scary story about a wolf to the boys. Which word would be translated into accusative?
a. girls
b. boys
c. wolf
d. story
d. story
She is a good Latin student. What part of speech is 'is'?
a. verb
b. prep
c. adjective
d. pronoun
a. verb
To call a Roman probus, you probably mean he is
a. well-behaved
b. snoopy
c. dishonest
d. happy
a. well-behaved
Stolae puellarum sunt pulchrae.
a. The beautiful girl has a dress.
b. The girls are holding the beautiful dresses.
c. They are the dresses of the beautiful girl.
d. The dresses of the girls are beautiful.
d. The dresses of the girls are beautiful.
A graduate of a school is usually called a/an
a. campus
b. dictator
c. alumnus
d. alma mate
c. alumnus
Quis est? asks
a. Who's that?
b. What's that?
c. Who are you?
d. Where are you?
a. Whoe's that
When would you most likely say SALVE to someone?
a. greeting him
b. leaving him
c. insulting him
d. giving an ord
a. greeting him
In horto means
a. in the firlds
b. in the gardens
c. into the garden
d. in the garden
d. in the garden
The atrium is the living room. If that is where you are, you say...
a. in atrium
b. in atrio
c. in atrii
d. atrii
b. in atrio
The accusitive plural of amicus is
a. amici
b. amicum
c. amicorum
d. amicos
d. amicos
Most nouns which end in -us are...
a. masculine
b. feminine
c. neuter
d. indeclinable
a. masculine
Which two noun cases are used in prepositional phrases?
a. genitive, dative
b. accusative, nominative
c. ablative, accusative
d. dative, ablative
c. ablative, accusative
I want TO MOVE the cart form the ditch.
a. movere
b. movent
c. movet
d. movemus
a. movere
ARE YOU SLEEPING in a tree?
a. num dormis
b. dormimus
c. dormisne
d. dormitis
c. dormisne
Latin's ablative case canNOT mean...
a. by
b. in
c. to
d. from
c. to
The major exception to question #56 is the verb "I am," which in Latin is
a. est
b. sum
c. sunt
d. sumus
b. sum
Mihi nomen est is the common Latin expression for
a. My name is
b. I am bobody
c. No one is where me
d. I have nothing
a. My name is
The correct plural of femina dormit is
a. femina dormit
b. feminae dormunt
c. femina dormiunt
d. feminae dormiunt
d. feminae dormiunt
In Virgina's latin motto Six Semper Tyrannis, what case is tyrannius?
a. nominative
b. dative
c. accusative
d. ablative
d. ablative
If a Roman family had a canis, you could hear which shound?
a. meow
b. arff
c. chirp
d. baa
b. arff
If a person is in culina, where is he?
a. in his bedroom
b. in the dining room
c. in the garden
d. in the kitchen
d. in the kitchen
Which action verb best completes the sentence Iuliu pecuniam ?.
a. venit
b. numerat
c. laudat
d. sedet
b. numerat
Which preposition does not belong with the others?
a. in
b. ex
c. ab
d. ad
d. ad
When a Roman tells one person to stand, he says sta! What does he say when he tells several people to stand?
a. stant
b. stare
c. state
d. stas
c. state
Which would does NOT belong with the others?
a. magnus
b. pulcher
c. inter
d. longus
c. inter
A word which ends in short -a must be what in the singular?
a. accusative
b. nominative
c. ablative
d. neuter
b. nominative
A word which ends in -us-a-um is what part of speech?
a. adjective
b. adverb
c. noun
d. interjection
a. adjective
The dative plural ending on any noun will always be
a. an -s added to the dative singular
b. a long vowel
c. the same as the ablative plural
d. the same as the nominative plural
c. the same as the ablative plural
An iratus person will probably do which of the following?
a. sleep
b. study hard
c. sing
d. shout
d. shout
When we say that this is 1999 A.D., we mean Anno Domini, meaning
a. after death
b. in the year of our Lord
c. since the begining of time
d. Annual Dating
b. in the year of our lord
In the phrase IN ARBORE the -e on arbore is what case?
a. nominative
b. accusative
c. genitive
d. ablative
d. ablative
Ad villam currunt.
a. They run from the farmhouse.
b. We run from the farmhouse.
c. They run to the farmhouse.
d. We run to the farmhouse
c. They run to the farmhouse.
? voces in horto audimus.
a. Ego
b. Tu
c. Vos
d. Nos
d. Nos
The overseer beat Geta WITH A STICK.
a. baculum
b. baculis
c. baculo
d. baculi
c. baculo
Hodie in agris CURRIMUS.
a. we run
b. they run
c. she runs
d. you run
a. we run
What does a Latin question which begins -ne ask?
a. It's not true, is it?
b. Where?
c. Why?
d. Is it true?
d. Is it true?
Iulius Quintum salutat. What is Iulius doing to Quintus>
a. greeting him
b. hitting him
c. leavin him
d. obeying him
a. greeting him