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Some links before I sleep [Mar. 30th, 2004|11:01 pm]
Father Judge Latin 3rd Period

Father Judge

Mr. Dolan's Site

The Best Translator I have found

Look it is Kyle Black's Forum ( I highly reccomend signing up)

My Email( i doubt ill be of any help)

Remember ill keep this page up till the end of year periodically updating it ill pass it on to my little brother if he takes latin or another person.


Mike Imbrenda

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Vocabulary and Glosses [Mar. 30th, 2004|10:53 pm]
Father Judge Latin 3rd Period
Now I will present you with just the glosses of the words. A glosses is a possible use of the word but the true translation of the word can only be found within the context of the sentence.

iugulare-to kill
ambulare-to walk
amare-to love
docere-to teach
scribere-to write

More Updates to follow probably about weekly
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The 3rd and 4th declensions [Mar. 30th, 2004|10:41 pm]
Father Judge Latin 3rd Period

The 2nd declension can be seen when only the stem is present.

dux, -is  "leader"

Nom.  dux        duces

Gen.    ducis     ducum

Dat.    duci       ducibus

Acc.    ducem   duces

Abl.    duce       ducibus

The 3rd declension has a constant stem.

nomen, -is  "name"

Nom.   nomen     nomena

Gen.    nomenis    nomenum

Dat.    nomini       nomenibus

Acc.   nomen       nomina

Abl.   nomine      nominibus

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The First and Second delensions [Mar. 30th, 2004|10:20 pm]
Father Judge Latin 3rd Period

The first delension is made up of mostly feminine nouns the tell-tale sign of a first declension noun is ending in -a, -ae.

puella, -ae "girl"

Nom.  puella     puellae

Gen.   puellae    puellarum

Dat.   puellae    puellis

Acc.  puellam    puellas

Abl.   puella      puellis

The second declension contains mostly masculine and neuterthat's which can either be told by an -er ending noun or -us, -um.

gladius, -i "sword"                                                              oppidum, -i  "town"

Nom.  gladius   gladii                                              Nom.  oppidum    oppida

Gen.   gladii       gladiorum                                      Gen.    oppidi       oppidorum

Dat.   gladio        gladiis                                           Dat.    oppido        oppidis

Acc.    gladium     gladios                                        Acc.    oppidum     oppida

Abl.    gladio        gladiis                                          Abl.     oppido        oppidis

vir, -i "man"

Nom.  vir           viri

Gen.   viri          virorum

Dat.    viro          viris

Acc.    virum       viros

Abl.     viro         viris

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A "Case" Study [Mar. 30th, 2004|10:08 pm]
Father Judge Latin 3rd Period

Words in latin are divided into 5 grammatical cases.

Nominative:  The Subject,  a predicate noun, a predicate adjective, or a noun in apposition

Genitive:  possesion such as the sword of the solider the solider's sword, with certin adjectives, a genitive of material, or the quality of something

Dative:  mostly indirect objects, used with intransitive verbs, with certain comparative adjecttives,pssesion used with esse and the dative

Accusative:  a direct object, in apposition, objects of prepotitions like ad, display of time

Ablative:  used with cum or with, with whom, with which or accopianment, how or manner, quality, where in which

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Greetings [Mar. 17th, 2004|10:03 am]
Father Judge Latin 3rd Period
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This journal was created for the sole purpose of helping Latin students throught the perils and pitfalls of this most difficult language. Input from students is encouraged greatly. This site is mainly geared to 1st and 2nd year students. Updates will follow nearly every week day with the going on of the class and a large database of information so far will be added within the week.

-Mike Imbrenda
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