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Turn
prenso, prensare, prensavi, prensatus
into a future active participle.
Translate.
prensaturus

ABOUT TO take hold of
Translate:
nunc ego vobis cenam splendidam daturus sum.
Now I am about to give ya'll a splendid dinner.
Why could Christians sometimes be suspected of wrongdoing?
Christians were often of the lower class
Describe Stoicism.
a man's aim in life should be virtue, right behavior, rather than pleasure
What two things would define one of the "mystery religions?"
hope of life after death and initiation ceremonies
Eryllus
*prepares dinner for Haterius and his clients
-makes sure nothing is neglected
*instead of bringing dancing girls and acrobats, he brings a philosopher: Euphrosyne
praeco
did not allow Euphrosyne in, so Haterius makes him go find her before she sets out on the Tiber River
Haterius
*patron holding dinner party
Euphrosyne
goes to Haterius's dinner party and tells a story about Stoicism-courage and dignity in the face of adversity (the poor farmer: "What's poor?")
pauper
poor farmer about whom Euphrosyne tells her story
-suffers great misfortune
Translate the following:
spectators de arcu novo loquebantur.
The spectators were speaking about the new arch.
Translate the following:
postridie Euphrosyne domum Haterii regressa est.
On the next day Euphrosyne returned to the house of Haterius.
Fill in the missing blanks.

Deponent verbs are always _______ in form but ________ in meaning.
passive in form

active in meaning