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aggememnon

does anyone have the answer key for the ch. 16 story agememnon
plz help
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Voca me (or) vocare me

Summon me !


The chapter 1 exercises seem to indicate either are imperative. . . . .

Am I wrong ? ?


Also, would "Vocamus O Domine" be "We summon (you) O God" or would you have to say "O Domine vocamus tu" ? ?

And what would "Vocamus Dei" be ? ? ?

Sorry if these questions are inane.
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Chapter 2 Question

In the example sentances for Chapter 2 the answer key has
"Salve O Patria" translated as "Hello, O Fatherland".

Why is it not "Be Well O Fatherland" ?

In my 4th edition, it does not define Salve as "hello".

Can it also mean hello ? ?
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w00t!

Last night I finally finished all of the exercises for Wheelock!

phil, if he isn't done already, is right behind. what a great feeling to be finally finished!

now I am working on review and the readings at the back.
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Wheelock Key queries

Wheelock Key: http://www.textkit.com/greek-latin-foru ... hp?p=10356

Salvete amici,

I have just completed first 5 chaps of Wheelock and have the following queries/comments about the Key you so kindly supplied.

Chap 2
sententiae 7
Could the word order of this sentence (which is taken out of context) allow it to be translated - You order the crowd to avoid me.?

Chap 4
P & R
3 Is it sailor rather than ...
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An Extracurricular Endeavor

Hey I was wondering... I cannot get enough of Latin and i love translating. I am on Chapter 17 and I have done all the Sentence Reviews, Sententia Antiqua, Translated the stories, and i have done all the work for the Wheelock's Workbook. I was wondering if some people could maybe make some more sentences for me (using the concepts and vocabulary up to 17) and post them here (then i will see if i ...
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Loci Antiqui

does anyone have the answers for the Loci Antiqui in the back of the book? I'm working on Hannibal; The Second Punic War and I have a few questionable sentances. any help? Thanks yall in advance! :D
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Amabo te idiom

Does the idiom amabo te for please in Wheelock Chapter 1 remain in the singular even when addressing more than one person.

e.g. Vocate me, amabo te

or

vocate me, amabo vos?
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38 Latin Stories ( groton & may)

Does anyone have a translation for Caesar's Camp is Attacked by Belgians, or knows where I could possibly find one?
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Ch 36 I don't cook for cooks!

This little couplet starts:
Lector et auditor nostros probat, Aule, libellos,
sed quidam exactos esse poeta negat.

Does this translate as:
The reader and the listener approve our pamphlets, Aulus
but a certain poet says they're not finished ?
If so, why is probat singular? I would have expected probant.
Cheers
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