Romae rus optas; absentem rusticus Urbem tollis ad astra levis._____Horace, Sermones, ii,vii, 28
What you should know
1. There are two types of adjectives in Latin. What are the two types?
2. In what ways must an adjective agree with the noun it modifies?
3. Do adjectives usually come before or after the noun it modifies?
4. What types of adjectives usually come before the nouns they modify?
5. In what two cases can the object of a preposition be?
6. Know what case each preposition takes.
7. Which prepositions can take both cases?
8. Know the meanings of the ablative prepositions:
ab, cum, sine, in, ex, sub, pro and de.
9. Know the meanings of the accusative prepositions:
ad, apud, in, per, prope, post and sub
10. Cultural: Life in Roman Britain
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