nōn quī parum habet, sed quī plūs cupit, pauper est.___Seneca the Younger, Epistulae morales, 2, 6
1. Know that "Deponent Verbs" have passive forms but active meanings.
2. Understand that all previously learned "perfect active participles" were
simply the perfect participles of "Deponent Verbs".
3. Know how to form and translate the "Future Active Participle".
4. Understand that the "future active participle" like the future passive
participle can be coupled with the verb "to be" to form a "periphtastic
5. Understand that the "gerundive of obligation" (future passive periphastic)
can have personal application as well as the impersonal "it".
6. Know about layering of Roman religion and its attitudes toward foreign
7. Know the tenets of "Stoic" philosophy.
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