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what would the Romans have called the room in which they slept at night?
Dormatory
What activity would have taken place in the triclinium?
Dinner, eating.
What was the impluvium?
the water pool that colleted rain water.
Where did Caecilius hang out when he was working at home?
Tablino, the study.
WHich room seems to be Metellas favorite?
Atrium.
in which room would they have had an herb and flower garden?
peristylium.
In which room did grumio prepare the peacock?
Culina, the Kitchen
who was the head of the gods?
Zues
goddess of agriculture?
Demeter
god of the sea?
poseidon
the goddess of wisdom?
athena
Goddess of love?
Aphradities
Goddess of the moon?
Selena, Artimis
Queen of the Gods?
Hera.
God of the Sun?
Helios, Apollo.
Goddess of the hearth and Home?
Hestia.
God of wine?
Dionysius.
messenger God?
Hermes.
God of the underworld?
Hades.
Blacksmith god?
Hephaestus.
God of War?
Ares.
roman numerals up to 20
l, ll, lll, lV, V, Vl, Vll, Vlll, lX, X, Xl, Xll, Xlll, XlV, XV, XVl, XVll, XVlll, XlX, XX.
roman numerals written in latin.
unus, Duo, tres, quattuor, Qumque, sex, septem, octo, novem, decim, undecim, duedecim, tredecim, quattuordecim, Quindecim, sedecim, septdecim, duodeviginti, undeviginti, viginti.
Amo-amare in present tense?
ego-amo, tu-amas, Grumio-amat, nos-amamus, vos-amatis, Grumio et Clemens-Amant.
how do you translate a present tense verb?
speaking, Running, says, is saying, does say, do say.
clamo, clamare, clamavi, clamatus.
1st
doceo, docere, docui, doctus.
2nd
pono, ponere, posui, positus.
3rd
dormo, dormire, dormivi, dormitus
4th
poeta, poetae m
1st
servus, servi m
2nd
templum, temple n
2nd
mater, matris m
3rd
pater, patris m
3rd
nomen, nominis n
3rd
Declensions-Adjectives

bonus, bona, bonum
1st/2nd
iratus, irata, iratum
1st/2nd
ferox, ferocis
3rd
tristis, triste
3rd
celer, celera, celerum
1st/2nd
nomative endings for 1st declension?
a, us, er/r, um, variables.
accusitive endings for 1st declension?
am, um, um, um, em, variable.
complete the sentence...

ego_________habeo.
coquus
coquum
coquum
Cerberus _____gustat
cena
cenam
cenam
Caecilius______intrat
villa
villam
villam
________cenam gustat
amicus
amicum
Amicus
________tabernam intrat
senex
senecem
senex
_______senecem secat
tonsor
tonsorem
tonsor\
match the endings

ego librum
-lego
-legitis
lego
tu libros
-vendis
-vendimus
vendis
Grumio librum
-cenant
-cenat
cenat
nos libros magistrate
-ostendis
-ostendimus
ostendimus
vos librum
-curant
-curatis
curatis
milites libros
-ardent
-ardemus
ardent
frater, fratris m
fraternize
clamor, clamoris m
clamor
ambulo, ambulare, ambulavi, ambulates
amble
amicus, amici m
amicable
intro, intare, intravi, intratus
entrance
iudex, iudicis m
judicial
laudo
to praise
pecunia
money
satis
enough
peto, petitus
to seek