Indirect Declaration Alternative Task
TRANSLATION – 40 points:
You could use William Whitaker's Words and phrases as a useful resource to help you with unknown vocabulary. Do NOT employ Google Convert or any various other online translator! Once translated, list the next information:
1 ) Head verb (identify tense)
2 . Subject matter of the indirect speech (identify the case on this noun) 3. Verb inside the indirect speech (identify the tense and voice in the infintive) EXAMPLE: Caesar dicit milites ad Galliam iter facere.
1 . Translate – Caesar says that the military are walking in line to Aduk. 2 . Mind verb – dicit (present)
3. Subject of IS DEFINITELY: milites (acc pl)
some. Verb in IS: facere (present energetic infintive)
Convert the following:
1 ) Eutropius scribit Caesarem ainsi que Pompeium civile bellum gessisse. a. Translate – Eutropius writes that Caesar and Pompey fought a civil war. w. Head action-word – scribit (present)
c. Subject(s) of IS – Caesarem ain Pompeium (accusative)
d. Verb(s) in IS USUALLY – gessisse (perfect active)
2 . Pompeius putavit Caesarem proelium low meriturum este.
a. Translate – Pompey thought that Caesar would not win the struggle. b. Head verb – putavit (perfect)
c. Subject(s) of IS DEFINITELY – Caesarem (accusative)
d. Verb(s) in IS – meriturum este (future active)
3. Scimus Pompeium a Caesare victum esse.
a. Translate – We know that Pompey was conquered by Caesar. b. Head verb – Scimus (present)
c. Subject(s) of CAN BE – Pompeium (accusative)
d. Verb(s) in IS – victum esse (perfect passive)
4. Eutropius scripsit Antonium Cleopatram amavisse et in matrimonium duxisse. a. Convert – Eutropius wrote that Antony cherished Cleopatra and led her into matrimony. b. Head verb – scripsit (perfect)
c. Subject(s) of IS – Antonium (accusative)
m. Verb(s) in IS – amavisse ain duxisse (perfect active)
your five. Multi Romani cognoverunt Octavianum Antonium ainsi que Cleopatram ad Actium combattere. a. Translate – Many Romans recognized that Octavian, Antony and Cleopatra were fighting at Actium. w. Head verb – cognoverunt...