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3. Give the ending of each case, singular and plural, in the first declension. 4. What is the gender of first 69 REITERANDUM EST REITERANDUM EST declension nouns? 5. Is there any exception? 6. In what case is a predicate noun, and with what verb is it used? 7. What is a predicate adjective? 1. Name two prepositions that are used with the ablative case. 2. Give the endings of verbs that indicate the three persons, singular and plural. 3. Does sum have the same personal endings as porte in the present tense?
Will hasten mox soon, presently prope near (prep. ) NOTES ON THE STORY Z. aptat: fits, literally, a sandal to Cornelia. 2. dabit and pro pe ra'bit: these verbs are in the future tense. 3. , joyfully. Courtesy of Signora Forli From a painting by E. Forti NEW SANDALS OPUSCULUM NONUM NE SUTOR ULTRA CREPIDAM 64. A cobbler was once criticizing a painting by Apelles, in the presence of that famous Greek artist. After criticizing the sandals he began on other parts of the picture, at which Apelles said, " Cobbler, stick to your last !
4. In templ— antiquis statuae deerant. 5. Templum Vestae Romanis car— erat. 6. Circum Forum aedificia pulchr— sunt. VIEW FROM THE TIBER TO THE FORUM The Forum in ancient Rome was at first a market place where there were shops to which people came to buy and sell. Later, the little shops were replaced by beautiful temples and by buildings for law courts and government business. Here, too, stood a platform called a rostra from which public men addressed the Roman people on political and other matters.